Mice Mischief: Math Facts in Action
Do you know what ‘Ten mice totter’ means? It means that some mice are tottering, which means going to fall. There are ten mice. They all wake up, all ten of them. Then, nine mice tidy up, while one mouse does somersaults. All ten mice keep doing things, but they do different things to add up to ten. Eight mice are cooking while the other two are juggling. The mice made a stove out of a can and made pancakes. Seven mice wash the breakfast dishes while three mice spin the plates around. The mice made their bed into the table and chairs. Six mice hang up the clothes but four mice balance on the line. They don’t really have many clothes; they just have fur but they hang up hats and socks. Then five mice fold the clothes and five mice clown. Five plus five equals ten. They do other funny things in this book that always add up to ten. They are funny mice and cute pictures. They seem happy and do a lot of work and have fun playing too. It is a fun book to learn math.
|Author||Caroline Stills, Judith Rossell, illustrator|
|Page Count||24 pages|
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