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Read alouds are a great way to incorporate literature into math time. The following guided math read aloud books are suggested books that complement each topic taught in my 3rd Grade Guided Math units. However, these are not a part of the lessons and are only suggested as enhancements to your classroom library.

In my classroom, I have math books out and students can read them during independent reading time or during our Guided Reading rotations.

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#### Rounding:

Letâ€™s Estimate: A Book About Estimating and Rounding Numbers by David A. Adler

Sir Cumference and the Roundabout Battle by Cindy Neuschwander

The Grapes of Math by Greg Tang

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka

#### Multiplication and Division:

2 X 2=Boo! A Set of Spooky Multiplication Stories by Loreen Leedy

Divide and Ride by Stuart J. Murphy

The Best of Times by Greg Tang

Each Orange Had 8 Slices by Paul Giganti, Jr.

The Great Divide: A Mathematical Marathon

#### Patterns:

Growing Patterns: Fibonacci Numbers in Nature by Sarah C. Campbell

Patterns in Peru: An Adventure in Patterning

#### Two Step Word Problems:

Math Curse by Jon Scieszka

You Can, Toucan, Math: Word Problem-Solving Fun by David A. Adler

#### Shapes:

Shape Up! Fun With Triangles and Other Polygons by David A. Adler

The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns

If You Were a Polygon by Marcie Aboff

If You Were a Quadrilateral by Molly Blaisdell

#### Fractions:

A Fractionâ€™s Goal-Parts of a Whole by Brian P. Cleary

Working with Fractions by David A. Adler

Sir Cumference and the Fraction Faire by Cindy Neuschwander

#### Line Plots and Graphs:

The Great Graph Contest by Loreen Leedy

Sir Cumference and the Off-the-Charts Dessert by Cindy Neuschwander

#### Time:

A Second, a Minute, a Week With Days in It by Brian P. Cleary

#### Capacity:

On The Scale, a Weighty Tale by Brian P. Cleary

#### Learning to Use a Calculator:

Calculator Riddles by David A. Adler