This is pretty much one of the best math books ever written.
Even if you can't buy the book from the website it is worth it to search a few used book stores. The reference book has math broken down by concept (ie double-digit addition) followed by a list of picture books that teach/reinforce that concept. It has been so helpful in that my children all learn best through reading so I glance through what is coming up in their math books, open my reference book and order all the books for those concepts that the library carries. When the books come I glance through them, read my favorites to the child who needs it, and leave the rest lying around for the rest of the kids to look through and/or read.
This has worked splendidly for us. I firmly believe in reading. I firmly believe in how well lovely illustrations help cement ideas in children's brains. I also firmly believe in using the library to supplement all my curriculum.
If you have any favorite math picture books feel free to shout them out in the comments, or, if you have any other great resources for finding math picture books, we'd love to hear about that as well.
Happy math and happy reading!
Andrea is a homeschooling mother of five; ages 9, 7, 6, 3, and 20 months. She is a "retired" school teacher who loves books, books, and more books! She also loves writing, cooking, hiking, dancing, singing, and hanging out with her family. You can read more about her homeschooling efforts on the blog Frolic and Farce.