"The Grouchy Lady Bug" and Grade One Mathematics
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In this article, the writer discusses that the use of children's literature to teach primary mathematics is an evolving approach which can make good use of E. Carle's "The Grouchy Lady Bug" (1996). The paper explains related counting and other numeracy exercises geared to ladybugs, then shapes and drawing, interspersed with questions, and an introduction to counting by 2s or 5s and why this might be useful. The writer maintains that Grade One learners need short tasks that make sense in terms of much learning to occur in this year, compared to others.
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