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Episode Info: Math....are your palms sweating yet? 😅Yep, I know. But you’ve asked for books that will enrich and enliven math for your kids, and we took on the challenge. In today’s episode, the Read-Aloud Revival team is talking about delighting and learning math together through great read-alouds. In this episode, you’ll hear: why you might want to add math read-alouds to your day how to add them in when you already feel pressed for time (no need to dump your existing curriculum!) our favorites. Of course, right? And yes – we actually all have FAVORITE math picture books… can you believe it? I also tackle a listener question about stopping to look something up when you’re reading aloud to your kids. Is it a good idea? More free resources & booklists Get the best episodes and reources from the Read-Aloud Revival Keep an eye on your inbox! We'll keep you posted whenever we have a new podcast episode or a great free booklist or resource for you. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. Email Address I'd like to receive the free email course. Yes! Powered by ConvertKit Listener Guide Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast: 1:19 Not just for homeschoolers 2:32 Meet Sarah in 2020 3:28 Q&A: Stopping and researching while reading aloud 4:47 Ideally and realistically 7:37 The team tackles … MATH?! 9:08 Making the abstract concrete 10:29 Making math cozy 11:16 Math anxiety 12:35 The HOW 14:30 Math role models 16:42 Small commitments 17:18 Team favorites 17:51 Snowman – Cold = Puddle 20:23 Lemonade in Winter 22:24 365 Penguins 23:56 The Lion’s Share 26:07 ‘A fun addition’ 27:41 Let the kids speak Links from this episode: Great Homeschool Conventions Pam Barnhill’s site – What is a morning basket? RAR #83: Why Read Picture Books with Older Kids Get the booklist! Kortney Garrison Kara Anderson Quotes to remember: “Imagine your child’s start in math being on your lap or next to you on the couch as you share a story together. Or imagine being able to take a step back with your older child and really fall in love with shapes and patterns and numbers… and to do that together through stories.” – Kortney Garrison “Okay. That book was amazing.” 7-year-old Clara’s review of The Lion’s Share Math Read-Alouds Get the printable list: favorite math read-alouds Great! Check your email-- your printable booklist is on the way. If you'd like to see ALL of our printable booklists, head here: There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. Email Address ...
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