8 edition of One Hundred Hungry Ants found in the catalog.
September 1999 by Houghton Mifflin .
Written in English
|Contributions||Bonnie MacKain (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Bring a few ants into the room in a jar for a short visit if possible. She lives with her husband in Bozeman, Montana. You can also use this accordion book to divide the ants. However, this is a great way to introduce division and factoring to a young math class. Examine the account balance before and after. Continue gluing or taping until you have 10 rows of 10 ants traveling to the picnic.
On another day, students can write their own versions of the story with different numbers and creatures. They rearrange their formation of into smaller and smaller rows. There were 20 insects in line, 4 ran out for a snack, how many insects left in the line? The story is fun to read, rhymes and has great lino cut illustrations by Bonnie MacKain. Coin Hunt Hide coins around your house and go on a money hunt. Play Restaurant Make your own restaurant this can be real or pretend.
Put these aside until you need them. An older student may want to consider price of ingredients and time it takes to make the food when determining prices. Be creative! You want to end up with circles ants on your long strip. Play another round!
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Play another round! Start with 16 objects. From Publishers Weekly: A first-time author and illustrator are off to an impressive start in this spirited story, whose message might well be "divide and conquer.
Let those who want to embellish their pictures with picnic baskets and flowers do so. There were 8 beetles, 5 bumblebees, and 7 lightening bugs, and 4 ants. Pinczes is the author of several other books for young readers.
This book was a creative way to teach students about division by having a fun concept such as hungry ants. They rearrange their formation of into smaller and smaller rows. Taylor Sep 9, This is a funny math book used to teach about division and factoring.
Next, talk to the students about the different formations that the ants created. After everything is divided equally, let your child mix the items to make each person a bag of snack mix. It shows the ants being divided and students are able to see the ants in the lines and count them. Explain that this set will be the ants in the story.
What would you buy? About this title One hundred hungry ants march off single file to sample a picnic, but when the going gets too slow, they divide into two rows of fifty, then four rows of twenty.
Explore temperature with your student. Use the change purse mini-book to play with this concept. This represents four lines of twenty-five ants. Skip Counting In this story, Amanda Bean loves to count! This was not the ending I was expecting. Have your student count 25 squares and color the entire group of squares ONE color.
But, then the smallest ant kept asking the other ninety-nine ants to divide into several groups of one hundred such as dividing into two lines of fifty and four lines of twenty-five, while delaying their time in getting to the picnic site.
Make ten lines of ten ants. Ask — Do you think cubes will fit in the tub? You could cut the bugs apart and have your student only work with 2 or 3 of them to practice different division equations.
Poor Joe gets left behind. Tape the labeled pictures of ants from day one to the excess chart paper. On another day, students can write their own versions of the story with different numbers and creatures. The player with the highest total wins. Make five lines of twenty ants.
You will need four different color crayons. One Hundred Picnic The ants missed out on the yummy food at the picnic, but you don't have to!
Hunt for One Hundred! Reminiscent of woodblocks, MacKain's illustrations work superbly on a child's level--the unexpected pairing of sophisticated art and lighthearted text lends this book particular distinction.One Hundred Hungry Ants Materials: copy of One Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J.
Pinczes, counters 1. After listening to the story solve the problem below using one of the following numbers: 12, 24, or Suppose that this number of ants were going on a picnic.
This hilarious read-aloud picture book about ants making their way to a picnic is a great way to introduce students to counting, multiplication, and other math atlasbowling.com hundred hungry ants head toward a picnic to get yummies for their tummies, but stop to change their line formation, showing different divisions of one hundred, which causes them to lose both time and food in the.
Sep 27, · One Hundred hungry ants head towards a picnic to get yummies for their tummies, but stop to change their line formation, showing different divisions of 4/5.
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One hundred hungry ants march off single file to sample a picnic, but when the going gets too slow, they divide into two rows of fifty, then four rows of twenty until they take so long that the picnic is gone! Author: Pinczes, Elinor J. One Hundred Hungry Ants Read Along One Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J.
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