Polar Bear Math: Learning About Fractions from Klondike and Snow
Early one morning at the Denver Zoo, a polar bear gives birth to two tiny babies, then abandons them. The zoo staff must raise the babies, but there are many things they don't know. What foods are best? How much should the cubs eat? Once they figure out the answers, the cubs quickly become healthy, happy young bears. Young readers follow Klondike and Snow as they grow from fragile newborns to large, lively bears, and along the way they'll learn about fractions.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mssan5 - LibraryThing
This book shows how students should learn by including more than one content area. It includes science (learning about animals specifically the polar bear) and math (learning about fractions). It ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mburgess - LibraryThing
I wanted to read this book to my group of fifth graders, but i felt that it was for a younger crowd. Personally, I loved the book. This book compares fractions to real life. In order to cook you have to be able to read a measuring cup and understand fractions. The illustrations were great. Read full review