Jim and the Beanstalk - use for measuring.  Eg. Make a pair of spectacles double the size of a human's for the giant.  http://ukedchat.com/2014/04/02/ukedmag-maths-through-stories/

Jim and the Beanstalk Raymond Briggs: Must have been published in the by the author of The Snowman and Father Christmas. Great story (Jim NOT Jack who helps a giant out with a wig, some specs and false teeth) and memorable illustrations.

A Place for Zero: A Math Adventure (Charlesbridge Math Adventures)…

A selection of great counting books and maths stories for primary-school children, covering cardinal and ordinal numbers and place value.

A Place for Zero: A Math Adventure (Charlesbridge Math Adventures)…

A selection of great counting books and maths stories for primary-school children, covering cardinal and ordinal numbers and place value.

The World Came To My Place Today - Calculate food miles & time differences

The World Came To My Place Today - Calculate food miles & time differences

Nothing - For exploring concept of zero

Nothing by Mick Inkpen is Liz Kirtley's favourite book for reading with primary pupils

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs - use to explore mass (how much sugar would a cup hold? etc)

In this hysterical and clever fracture fairy tale picture book that twists point of view and perspective, young readers will finally hear the other side of the

How Many Jelly Beans?  - For place value, multiplying and dividing

Picture-Book-a-Day: Book How Many Jelly Beans? By Andrea Menotti, Illustrated by Yancey Labat

Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!: A Mathematical Story (Scholastic Bookshelf…

Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!: A Mathematical Story (Scholastic Bookshelf: Math Skills)

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