The Itty-Bitty, Teeny-Tiny Tumblers
Go to School

Written By: Shannon Kiebler
Illustrated by: Amy Rottinger

In a math land far, far away, live the itty-bitty, teeny tiny, Tumblers.  Each day, they roll out from their math homes to go to school. As Eva daydreams the adventures of these tumblers from her own math class, she learns the importance of counting, recounting, never giving up, and drawing to help her solve math problems.  This part-part whole story helps young mathematicians practice breaking apart numbers, visualizing math stories, and reminds them that mistakes are a part of learning. 


The perfect story to introduce part-part whole to young mathematicians.  Based on Dr. Karen Fuson's research in Children's Math World, the Itty-Itty Bitty, Teeny Tiny Tumblers Go to School  is a motivational and imaginative story that will bring delight and inspiration to every math classroom.

Young mathematicians will fall in love with the tiny tumblers who also must go to school each day.  They will find  the hidden numbers and counting activities intriguing and engaging. 

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* A digital Glossary of Terms from the book
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