This book is longer than your average counting book. I usually start reading it at the beginning of the year and continue on until the 100th day. The illustrations are very cute. It also provides a great jumping off point for an on-going class book project.
I've created a free class book printable that you can have to use with your class by clicking on the picture below.
The clip art is from KPM Doodles.For my class books I really like using three ring notebooks and plastic sleeves. That way at the end of the year I can disassemble the books and easily send pages home with each student. I used to use the binder at school and the pages would always start ripping out when the kids would handle the books too much. For me, the notebook with the plastic sleeves is the way to go. If you have any questions, please contact me.
So here's what you need to know:
Be sure to read some of the other recommended math texts links at Collaboration Cuties.
Happy Mother's Day! I hope you had a great day with special people in your life.