Math Talk: Mathematical Ideas in Poems for Two VoicesPresents mathematical ideas through poetic dialogues intended to be read by two people. 
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good stuff, good stuff...always take every oppportunity to mix math and literacy enables more learners to identify with material....over my years as a math education specialist I put a lot of math poems on my website as well:
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User Review  Corey Lynch  GoodreadsThis book contains a collection of math themed poetry that talk about many different mathematical concepts. The poetry takes the form of two voices and contains pictures to go along with each poem. I ... Read full review
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Teaching All the Children: Strategies for Developing Literacy in an Urban ... Diane Lapp No preview available  2004 