Jelly Beans for Sale

Jelly Beans for Sale Bright pictures of tempting colorful jelly beans and closeups of four types of coins will inspire young readers to learn the use and value of mey Also included is the history of the jelly bean

  • Title: Jelly Beans for Sale
  • Author: Bruce McMillan
  • ISBN: 9780590865845
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bright pictures of tempting, colorful jelly beans and closeups of four types of coins will inspire young readers to learn the use and value of mey Also included is the history of the jelly bean

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    1. A good idea, but I'm not sure this book delivers the promised educational value. Because of the way the information is presented, I think the target audience would have difficulty learning the value of money from this book without adult assistance to provide extra explanation. The coins are difficult to distinguish on the heads side, and the shadows make it difficult to count the jelly beans.

    2. Bruce McMillan is the author of many math- and science-themed books for elementary students. This one illustrates the value of different American coins, from the penny to the quarter. Cheerful children in candid photographs are depicted showing how much money they possess, then on the facing page they are shown enjoying the jelly beans they have purchased (1¢ each). The number of jelly beans being enjoyed increases with the denominations of coins. The book doesn't tell a story and is primarily [...]

    3. 1. Counting picture book 2. " Jelly beans for sale" is a photo picture book in which teaches children how to count and learning the different denominations of coins. 3. Critique a. " Jelly Beans for sale" is a great book on teaching children how to count coins and demonstrates the value of the different American denominations. b. The book is a refreshing change from your standard illustrated picture books . This book shows real photographs!! Nothing gets a child's attention more than brightly co [...]

    4. This book caught my eye from the cover. It has jellybeans as the background and a photo on the front and one on the back of real kids. The jellybeans are brightly colored and they are textured to look like you could grab a handful of them. All the pictures in the book are photographs with borders around them with backgrounds with different color jellybeans. The pictures in this book teach the concepts of money and counting. There is repetition used in the organization of this book because it sho [...]

    5. Jelly Beans for Saleis a delicious introduction to counting through the use of money and jelly beans. The first page has pictures of a penny, nickel, dime and quarter. Jelly beans cost a penny each. Using this progression, the book demonstrates various coin combinations to buy the candy. Each page has rich, full page photographs of children accompanied by the equation that is represented in the image. The book concludes with a history of jelly beans. This book is fun, educational, and children w [...]

    6. While it's certainly not a "fun" read, this book can help kids begin to grasp monetary value and comparisons. For example, one page shows how 25 pennies = 25 cents (and 25 jelly beans). Next page shows how 1 quarter also equals 25 cents (and 25 jelly beans). Next, 2 dimes and one nickel = 25 cents (and 25 jelly beans). You get the picture. Follow this up with kids actually manipulating coins and jelly beans, and they may be able to make the transition from understanding it on the page to underst [...]

    7. McMillan, Bruce. Jelly Beans for Sale. (1996)Annotation: With jelly beans costing 1 cent a jelly bean there are many differnt ways to pay for 5, 10, or 25 jelly beans.Theme: money, counting, jelly beansWay to use with children: In the back of the book, there are several activities you can do with your students. You can make jelly beans. Learn the history of jelly beans. Learn what flavor each color is. You can talk about what presidents are found on each coin and how to add the different valued [...]

    8. This book doesn't have many words, mostly just simple math sentences and pictures. But, it is a really good book to use when learning money. It goes through and shows different ways to make multiple values with coins. I think it would be great to actually allow the kids to have jelly beans and and use them as the manipulative for the lessons. I think the students would really enjoy it!

    9. Great book to introduce numbers, the value of coins and jellybeans as the object to be counted. I appreciated the graph example at the very beginning of the book and referred to this quite a few times while reading & showing examples of different values. The kids enjoyed counting during their preschool storytime. I would definintely read this book again.

    10. This is a great book for money practice! The theme of the book (jelly beans) is relatable for children. I would think that it also keeps there interest since most children love candy!A second grader recommended that I read this book!

    11. Shows how different combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters can buy varying amounts of jelly beans. Includes information on how jelly beans are made

    12. Very fundamental book on counting money in different ways up to 25 cents. Outstanding, brilliant photographs of children, coins, and jelly beans.

    13. This is a great book to introduce how to exchange coins and the concept of making different combination with different coins. Great book before a lesson about exchanging money!

    14. Real life view on money and how to count money. It shows coins worth and how many jelly beans you can get for the amount of money you have.

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