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The Thirteen Days of Halloween: Using Children's Literature to Differentiate Instruction in the Mathematics Classroom

Linda Forbringer 

September 2004, Volume 11, Issue 2, Page 82

Abstract:
How children's literature can be used to provide meaningful mathematics instruction for children functioning at a variety of instructional levels in a single classroom. Teachers can use this information to select appropriate children's literature to use in their classroom to meet the needs of a diverse group of learners.

Keywords:
Gifted / Talented
Learning Disabilities
Article
Pre-K-2
Cross-Content (Math Only) Connections
Grades 3-5
Conceptual Development
Communication
Curriculum
Differentiated Instruction
Teacher
Lesson Plans
Skill and Fluency
Student Work