Infinity and Me by Kate Hosford

Recommended Grades: 4-6

Uma feels small when she looks up at the night sky.  She begins to wonder about infinity and what it is/means.  Uma asks her friends and family what infinity means, but she has to find out what it means to her. 

Lesson Idea:  


Content Connection:  In an effort to help students develop number sense, read aloud Infinity and Me and discuss how infinity meant something different to each character.  Ask  your students to define what infinity means to them.  Have them visualize and/or draw what it means.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the author for review.

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One Response to “Infinity and Me by Kate Hosford”

  1. Kate Hosford Says:

    Thanks so much, Dawn. I also have a downloadable curriculum guide for the book on my website: http://www.khosford.com.

    I hope that lots of students will enjoy both the book and the curriculum!


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