Grammar And Math Reading Booklist For 6-10 Year Olds - Books That Make Grammar And Math Fun And Easy To Learn.
As a homeschooling mother of two, I've found that certain basic subjects can become repetitious and often redundant to teach (from my aspect) and learn (from my toddlers aspect).
Grammar and Math seem to be the subjects that tend to conjure the least excitement in my household.
Fortunately however, there are a bevy of educational resources that make learning these subjects fun, easy, and exciting - both to teach and learn.
Although a vast of information is available for teachers, parents, and students alike, here are just a few reading resources that will get you started on the road to Math and Grammar fun:
Words Are CATegorical Books - by, Brian P. Cleary and Illustrated by Brian Gable
This colorful and exciting series include:
- Dearly, Nearly, Insincerely: What Is An Adverb?
- Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: What Is An Adjective?
- I and You, and Don't Forget Who: What Is A Pronoun?
- A Mink, A Fink, A Skating Rink: What Is A Noun?
- To Root, To Toot, To Parachute: What Is A Verb?
- Stop and Go, Yes and No: What Is A Antonyms?
- Pitch and Throw, Grasp and Know: What Is A Synonym?
- Under, Over, By The Clover: What Is A Preposition?
- How Much Can A Bare Bear Bear: What Are Homonyms and Homophones?
- Quirky, Jerky, Extra Perky: More about Adjectives.
- Slide and Slurp, Scratch and Burp: More about Verbs.
With bright pictures, sing/song quality, and the use of rhyme, the author turns traditional grammar lessons into something fun, exciting, and unforgettable.
In addition, at the very beginning of every book, the grammar concept is defined and the words that fit the concept are color coded for easy identification.
Brian P. Cleary's books on math would be a great addition to any child's library as well.
Math Is CATegorical Books:
This exciting series includes:
- The Action of Subtraction.
- How Long or How Wide?: A Measuring Guide.
- The Mission Of Addition.
- Windows, Rings, and Grapes: A Look At Different Shapes.
These books take learning math to another level. They're fun, catchy, yet very effective at making the teaching and learning process much easier for parent, teacher, and student.
Specifically targeted to the Junior Reader from ages 6 to 10 years of age, I have still found them to be very successful for my four year old who has been reading for two years now.
So if you're looking for a great reading source to get your young one excited about Grammar and Math, why not add these books to their personal library.
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