The Reading Nook

Multiplication and division are two rites of passage for elementary students.  Doubling and skip counting prepares children for the task of memorizing times tables.  Whether you are a teacher, a homeschooler, or just want to give your child extra help, The Reading Nook suggests the following books to make learning multiplication and division easy and entertaining.

 

Multiplication and Division
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2 x 2 = Boo!  A Set of Multiplication Stories
by Loreen Leedy
Paperback Edition
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7 x 9 = Trouble!
by Claudia Mills
Paperback Edition
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98, 99, 100!  Ready or Not, Here I Come! (Skip Counting)
by Teddy Slater
Paperback Edition
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A Remainder of One (Division)
by Elinor J. Pinczes
Paperback Edition
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Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream: A Mathematical Story (Multiplication)
by Cindy Neuschwander
Hardcover Edition
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Anno's Magic Seeds (Doubling)
by Mitsumasa Anno
Paperback Edition
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Anno's Mysterious Multiplying Jar
by Mitsumasa Anno
Hardback Edition
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Count on Pablo (Skip Counting)
by Barbara Derubertis
Paperback Edition
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Dazzling Division: Games and Activities That Make Math Easy and Fun
by Lynette Long
Paperback Edition

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Divide and Ride
by Stuart J. Murphy
Paperback Edition
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Double the Ducks (Doubling)
by Stuart J. Murphy
Paperback Edition
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