Each Orange Had 8 Slices

This original counting book uses familiar objects to introduce beginning math concepts and reinforce visual literacy Dynamic illustrations combine with simple yet challenging questions to stimulate young learners to move beyond simple counting to complex mathematical tasks Full color.
Each Orange Had Slices This original counting book uses familiar objects to introduce beginning math concepts and reinforce visual literacy Dynamic illustrations combine with simple yet challenging questions to stimulate yo

  • Title: Each Orange Had 8 Slices
  • Author: Paul Giganti Jr. Donald Crews
  • ISBN: 9780688104283
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. This is a wonderful book to use in patterning, multiplication, and creative thinking! I use the book in my classroom in so many ways. We read it, then make up our own "Math Riddles" to put into our own class book. Example, Three fish had four fins each, with eight dots on each fin. How many fish? How many fins? How many dots altogether?

    2. Counting BookThis is a great concept book. The quality of the text allows this book to be very adaptable to meet individual student comprehension, retention and understanding of text. This book moves through scenarios listing various organization and number relation. I see this book being an effective teaching practice in later preschool or kindergarten. This book is not focused on cardinal order, but rather introducing notions of multiplication and division properties. I find the illustrations [...]

    3. This book is a series of multiplication problems, with all answers being one or two digits.On each left page, there is some initial number of objects, and then each object corresponds to some number of things, and each thing (or sometimes each object and each thing) corresponds to some number of widgets. (The objects, things, and widgets vary.) Then the next pages asks how many objects there are, how many things, and how many widgets.For some kids, this would be a lot to do all at once. I could [...]

    4. Summary: This book is a math book which includes a variety of word problems that can be easily seen in real life situations. For example, it shows students riding on tricycles and bugs on flower petals. The word problems in the book are multiplication problems but they also can be solved using repeated addition. This book would be a great book to use while conducting a math lesson and would greatly benefit students who are visual learners because they would actually be able to see the pictures i [...]

    5. This book is a math book. It gives different word problems that can be easily seen in real life examples. These are multiplication problems but also can be used for repeated addition. This book will not only be good to use to instruct learning about math but also for students who are visual learners to understand math a little more. Activity: This book is a 2.5 reading level. I would use this within a 3rd grade classroom when introducing multiplication. Up until 3rd grade my students would have [...]

    6. Each Orange Had 8 Slices does not follow any story; however, it teaches children how to count in a unique way. Each page offers a scenario then the text describes the scene. The next page asks questions about what is happening and how many objects there are total. A young child that is learning to count would find this book very useful because the illustrations match the text perfectly so they could answer the questions simply by counting the objects found in the scene. This book could also be h [...]

    7. This wonderful counting book introduces beginning math concepts through visual aids of bright colors, bolded numbers, and questions on every page relating to the text. On the left side of every page a scenario of objects is portrayed, "On my way to lunch I ate 2 juicy oranges. Each orange had 8 slices. Each slice had 2 small seeds." After reading this, the left side of the page presents questions, "How many juicy oranges were there?, How many slices were there?" With every turn of a page, the re [...]

    8. Published- New York : Mulberry Books, 1999, c1992 ISBN- 0-688-10429-0Illustrated by Donald CrewsReading Level- 1st-3rd gradeGenre- Non-Fiction, HumorThis is a great counting books for young students learning how to count. Each page counts through a different picture, the first being 3 flowers with 6 petals each and 2 ants on each petal. The book then asks how many flowers were there? Then asks how many petals there were in all? Then how many ants in all? It's a great book to do a read aloud with [...]

    9. This is a counting book. It is in first person. Throughout the story the author brings up several different things that the child can count, such as books, trains, pictures and more. In the beginning, the author talks about going to the playground and seeing flowers with bugs on it. The book asks the reader questions for example, “How many bugs were on the pedals?”, and questions like that to get the child thinking about what they had just read. This is the perfect book for teaching children [...]

    10. This is a fun and educational book about math, counting and multiplication. The illustrations are colorful and help children figure out the answer in different ways. We really enjoyed reading through the different scenarios and figuring out the problems. Our girls took turns answering the questions and sometimes argued over who came up with the answer first. Overall, it's an interesting book and we even loved the math riddle at the end. Note: there are clowns in one of the illustrations and they [...]

    11. Each Orange Had 8 Slices is a counting book for children in kindergarden up to about second or third grade depending on their counting abilities. It gives a simple introduction into mathematics and the counting process. Each number being represented is boldly printed on each page to reinforce the number being counted. The illustrations are kept bright and simple to keep the young reader engaged. One aspect of the book that I really liked was the author included question on each pages such as, "H [...]

    12. Giganti's book, Each Orange Had 8 Slices, allows children to view counting, adding, and multiplying in a fun and exciting way! Every page allows the reader to be exposed to some tpye of object, and with that object a math related question is asked. Each page is likely to catch the attention of the reader based on the types of objects that were used and the fact that the illustrations and text were symmetrical. With this, it allows for several children to independently view thie story along and g [...]

    13. It was perfect for three different math levels. My girls are currently 7, 5, and 3. Each page had three questions that were well suited to each of their understanding. For example, one page asks how many houses there were and my preschooler could count the houses. Then it asked how many pots were there. I asked my kindergartner to make a math problem (3 pots plus 3 pots plus 3 pots =9 (because each house had 3 flower pots)). Then the book asked how many flowers there were. My oldest had to say 9 [...]

    14. Each Orange Had 8 Slices is an illustrated introduction to counting and simple addition. It would be a great book to read to primary readers. It is engaging and allows children to listen and answer the questions listed on each page. The book is made in landscape format. The cover is a dark blue color that complements the orange and yellows of the orange slices. The illustrations are done using gouache paints for the full-color art. The illustrations are full bleed double page spreads. The illust [...]

    15. Counting Book: This colorful book can bring real world math problems alive for a reader in a fun and engaging way. Each page in the story begins with a patterned phrase, “On my way to…” followed by what the author saw. From ants on flower petals or eggs in bird nests nestled in trees, the reader can count the objects in the accompanying illustration to answer mathematical questions. I appreciated the use of number form in the book instead of the numbers in word form since young children wo [...]

    16. Each Orange Had 8 Slices was a fun take on addition and multiplication. Each page had three sets of problems for the kids to solve. When you look at the pages, the child first gets to read about some aspect that is quite common and know to most children. Then to support the information the story has full page drawings of what they were describing to reiterate the problem in a different way via picture. Lastly, the other side of the page asks you to solve three problems. i.e “On my way to lunch [...]

    17. Giganti wrote a fabulous book! I could totally see myself using this book in teaching counting, adding, and multiplying. Each page had an object like kids then the kids were riding tricycles and each had 3 wheels. Then it would ask how many kids are there, how many tricycles are there, and how many wheels are there. The story kept going on and on like that switching objects on each page. Crews did a great job on the illustrations. They matched the text perfectly and helped stuents visually see a [...]

    18. Each orange had eight slices is about a person walking around and counting everything they see. Wether it is ducks, cows, clowns and so mug more. What is great about this book is that it is trying to get the kid to add. It will say there are this many and that many, then it will say how many are there. This is a great prompt to get the young reader to do some math. This book not only introduces the reader to math and reading but it also introduces them to several objects animals and people. Like [...]

    19. This book uses a lot of repetition. Because of the repetition and the way that each question is set up, it would be good practice of multiplication. Each double spread presents a new scenario in which the narrator observes something that has 2 additional layers or things about it. Then, the narrator asks three questions about those 3 things in a way that encourages multiplication, especially because the numbers get so large for counting by ones! The scenarios and illustrations are interesting, b [...]

    20. I would use this text for grades 1st-4th grade to teach concepts about addition. This is a great book that could be used for an introduction to regroup by using farm animals like: using cows and counting up how many legs with 3 cows. I would also use this to introduce a basis for understanding multiplication since it gives such great visual representations for dividing the concepts. This would be great to a hands on activity with an orange!! You can peel and break apart the slices, then graph se [...]

    21. This is another great book that allows for the students to be able to learn several differnt concepts. This book can be read over and over again and each time the teacher will be able to teach something different. For example, this book can be used to teach counting, adding, multiplying,and fractions. With such vivid and lively illustrations the students will surely enjoy reading this book over and over.

    22. This book uses colorful, bold illustrations and repetitive text to teach the concepts of addition and multiplication. Most pictures are large enough for kindergartners to point and count, yet the groupings are complex enough for second graders to enjoy as well. Questions draw readers' attention to elements in each picture that may be counted. The book concludes with a joke that all will enjoy.Genre: Picture bookReading level: 2.5Interest level: K-2Lexile: 400L

    23. This book incorporates several concepts such as counting, addition, and multiplication into the text. This book could be used in a lesson on either particular subject. A lesson on mulitiplication can be introduced by showing how multiplying is a simpler way to count. Students will be able to visualize some of the ways they can multiply things that are a part of their everyday lives. I think this book will help students creatively solve multiplication problems.

    24. This book presents students with different types of solving methods.Multiplication can be used as repeated addition.Division can be used as repeated subtraction. If each orange is split into 8 slices, and each slice has 2 seeds how many seeds are there in the orange? Students can have a hands on experiment when trying to figure out the total number of seeds within the orangeACTIONS, MULTIPLICATION, DIVISION, ADDING, SUBTRACTING.

    25. This book is about counting with examples of things in the real world. There are also questions after counting to see how many there were in all of an object or how many people were there in all. I thought this was great in how it got the reader to be interactive with it. There were also nice illustrations to go along with the story. This would be great to use in the classroom to work on counting and even multiplication. It may also be used to work on mental strategies.

    26. I agree with the author that this text is a wonderful counting book. It introduces beginning math concept and reinforces visual literacy. Its dynamic illustrations and appealing words can be used to discus addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and even fraction."Look. Count. Think. It's exciting. Suggestion, children can use this text on their own because it has pictures and questions for them to answer.

    27. A picture book with simple multiplication challenges. Example from the cover:There are two oranges.Each orange has eight slices.Each slice has two seeds.How many oranges? How many total slices? How many total seeds?No answer is in 3 digits.Good for kids who are learning multiplication and who may want to practice in a way that's not flashcards.Also good to see "how are we going to use this".

    28. Each Orange Had 8 Slices is a wonderful book that includes several important math concepts such as counting, addition, and multiplication. I like that this book could be used with students in all grade levels as you could discuss more basic concepts such as counting with younger students and more advanced concepts like multiplication with older stiudents. It would work well in a small center activity as well.

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