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DOUBLE TAP TO ZOOM WITH PHONE OR TABLET Ducks Disappearing by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Math Curse by Jon Scieszka Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White Weighing the Elephants by Ting-xing Ye Math Online Resources Ask Dr. Math The Math Forum is hosted by Drexel University and features “Ask Dr. Math,” a question-and-answer service for math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic. Early Mathematics Education Project The goal of the Early Mathematics Education Project of the Erikson Institute is to provide to early childhood professionals the professional development, research, and resources that support the solid introduction of early math concepts to young children. The project website offers valuable information, recommended links, and resources. Khan Academy The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit organization offering “free world- class education for anyone anywhere.” Online lessons in math and science are helpful resources for teachers who want to brush up on their knowledge and skills or prepare advanced content for exceptionally bright students. Mathcats Mathcats is an award-winning site offering online games and activities for children of all ages. Recommended by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the site is created and operated by math teacher Wendy Petti. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics The website of the NCTM offers lessons and resources for teachers as well as access to national standards and Curriculum Focal Points, “the most important math topics for lasting learning at each grade level Pre-K–8.” COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL Recommended Resources for Teachers | 127