Posted by Peter on 1st December 2011

Top children’s reading books to help with maths

Over a period of time I have collected together a great selection of books suitable for young children to help them with counting and number skills. All these books are a great read in themselves, but they also all have a mathematical slant. They are rather hidden away within the Top Maths Books section and you will need to scroll down past the other maths books to find them, but if you have young children I thoroughly recommend having a look.

Books such as

The Boy who was Followed Home by Margaret Mahy all about a young boy being followed by a hippopotamus.

Handa’s Surprise set in Africa and full of exotic fruits and animals.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle, an absolute must for all young children.

Mr Wolf’s Week by Colin Hawkins is an old favourite, with an almost friendly wolf.

Not forgetting one of all time favourites, Ten, Nine, Eight by Molly Bang, each page has a warm comforting glow, perfect for a bedtime story.

These are just a few of the great reading books suggested and they can all be found at;

Top Maths Books

 

 

 

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  1. Matt says:

    We’ve all read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” at one point in our lives! Excellent list of books Peter, I second your choices and highly recommend them myself.

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