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Cindy Neuschwander, Marilyn Burns Amazing Dream: A Mathematical Story Marilyn Burns Brainy Day Books.

Cindy Neuschwander, Marilyn Burns. Scholastic Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 36 pages. Amanda loves to count. Her friends even call her Bean Counter because she sees everything as a counting challenge. Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream: A Mathematical Story Marilyn Burns Brainy Day Books. Cindy Neuschwander, Marilyn Burns.

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Amanda loves to count everything, but not until she has an amazing dream does she finally realize that being able to multiply will help her count things . This book is about Amanda who loves to count "anything and everything"

Amanda loves to count everything, but not until she has an amazing dream does she finally realize that being able to multiply will help her count things faster. This book is about Amanda who loves to count "anything and everything". Her teacher tries to teach her multiplication but Amanda sees no reasoning for it since she could just count and get the same answer. Then one night Amanda has a dream where she has to count a lot of things much faster than she can count. By the end of the dream she comes to a conclusion about counting and multiplication. This book fits neatly into the fantasy category since many crazy things happen in her dream.

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Amanda Bean loves to count everything, from the books in the library to the popcorn in her bowl. If only she could count faster! Her teacher tries to persuade her of the virtues of multiplication, but Amanda remains unconvinced-until she has an amazing dream. Amanda Bean"s Amazing Dream (Marilyn Burns Brainy Day Books) EAN 978059030.

Title: Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream By: Cindy Neushwander Grade Level: Grades 2-4 Related Concepts .

Title: Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream By: Cindy Neushwander Grade Level: Grades 2-4 Related Concepts: Amanda Bean’s book expresses and conveys different ways of grouping and counting that introduces multiplication without overwhelming the children with completely non-relatable material. Synopsis: Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream is about a young girl who doesn’t like multiplication because she can count anything and everything! She tries counting sheep to go to sleep one night, but she stays up all night counting!

Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream (Cindy Neuschwander, with math activities by Marilyn Burns). Organizing bins for each subject has been a lifesaver for our homeschooling days.

Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream (Cindy Neuschwander, with math activities by Marilyn Burns). 4 Read Alouds that Support Multiplication. I don’t do the traditional workbox routine where only one assignment is in each bin and it is replenished every morning or evening.

Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream. A Mathematical Story. By Liza Woodruff, Cindy Neuschwander. lt;p Amanda Bean loves to count everything, from the books in the library to the popcorn in her bowl. If only she could count faster! Her teacher tries to persuade her of the virtues of multiplication, but Amanda remains unconvinced, until she has an amazing dream. by Cindy Neuschwander, Marilyn Burns, and Rosanne Litzinger. Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 3. Story Map Customizable Lesson. Created by TeachingBooks. 4 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity.

In the fifth book in the series, complemented by humorous illustrations and including a section of educational suggestions for parents and teachers, Amanda Bean resists her teacher's efforts to teach her multiplication until she has an amazing dream.
Cordanius
This is a great book, but we read it too soon. My son had trouble sticking with the story and he is too young for the concepts in math it provided.

That said, I plan to purchase all of these books for when he is ready - really great. I wish I had these when I was a kid!
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Lesesshe
Got this book for my daughter, because she dislikes math. I hope books like this will change her mind
Coidor
As described -- fast shipping -- thank you!!
Quashant
Great book for teaching multiplication.
Nea
Very useful read-aloud and supplement for teaching this skill!
Jeb
Absolutely the best book I have used to help students understand why they need to know how to multiply!
This is such a great book to explain to kids why we need multiplication rather than just forcing them to memorize facts.
Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream (Marilyn Burns Brainy Day Books) ebook
Author:
Cindy Neuschwander
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Scholastic Press; 1st edition (August 1, 1998)
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40 pages
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