How Addition and Subtraction Became a Fact Family

Rated 1.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Teachers and Parents this book is a fun way to teach Fact Families, a math concept taught in the primary grades, use the book along with some visual aides as suggested in the example lesson and your student(s) will be a pro at Fact Families in no time! I used this in my own 1st and 2nd grade classrooms and the kids loved it so much they ask to use the book and numbers during their free time.
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About Lisa Holder - O'Sullivan

I am a Second Grade Gifted teacher in Palm Beach County, Florida and new mom on maternity leave. I have been teaching for five years and always look for books that would bring a literary element to my lessons whether the content area be Language Arts, Math, Science or Social Studies. One search for a book, to help me teach "fact families" a concept in our Math text, turned out unsuccessful. So, I wrote one, to help me teach the lesson and my students understand the concept better. After sharing this story with other teachers I got a lot of positive feedback. This made me realize how much I enjoyed writing stories for classroom educational purposes and I continued. I hope will aide me in getting these works out to other classroom teachers! **(search my name on for lesson plans that go with my stories)

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Reviews of How Addition and Subtraction Became a Fact Family by Lisa Holder - O'Sullivan

Pam Saenz reviewed on Nov. 27, 2011
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I agree that this was not worth the price. I downloaded 3 other books today that were free and they offered much more. I was hoping for pictures and color, something that my students would enjoy over and over again. Very disappointed!!!!!
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Cynthia Williams reviewed on Oct. 16, 2011
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Disappointed... Not work 4$. Fair price for this would be 1$. Shame on you. Look at the aims website. Their activities are fairly priced.
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maryann pratola reviewed on March 6, 2011
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The story was very relevant to a lesson I am doing with a First grade class on Fact Families. It was very creative and the kids certainly enjoyed the connection. MKP
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Brandy O'Steen reviewed on Nov. 24, 2010

I think that for the age that children are taught fact families they could really benifit from pictures. A cute story that helps introduce the topic.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
heather dorogi reviewed on Oct. 20, 2010

Not a very good elementary story....words are NOT student friendly and there are not any pictures to go with the book for visual students! NOT worth $4 when Scholstic charges less for more!
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