A story to help ease the anxiety children might have with Math, this book introduces a unicorn who absolutely loves Math. Young readers will find that the unicorn knows a lot about addition facts, but does run into a tough problem that seems impossible to solve. Share this book to help remind that students can solve Math problems in different ways, that counting on your fingers is a great way to start, and that there is no shame in getting confused.
Kindergarten and First Grade students will count along with each page as problems are presented, promoting the learning of one to one correspondence and helping them to remember double addition facts. Consider reading this book with youngsters as they begin a new school year to build resiliency in problem solving and encourage them to say, "Yes!" to Math.
This book will be delivered digitally after checkout and a link to download will be sent to the email address you provide. The file is a PDF and a printed copy will not be provided. You may print the book and bind, or share with children on any device that has the capability to open PDF files.
This is a fantastic resource to use for distance and remote learning, and to bring with you as you travel.
The author designed this book for students reading and learning Math at first grade levels and our teachers have found it to work best with that age range. Use this story to encourage a love of Math and to help students with anxiety learn to take on the challenges of problem solving without hesitating about counting on their fingers or worrying about taking time to think about the problems.
We suggest using this book as part of a first day of Math activity to start off the school year on the right foot. Look for our follow up activities that go along with this book!