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Wed Apr 12, 2006

Spring Math Activities
by Author Brenda (Elvik) Kaufmann AHS 1988

Available now from Amazon.com

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Teaching & Learning Company

Iowa Elementary Teacher Publishes Third Book

Brenda (Elvik) Kaufmann formerly of Ames, has published the third and final book in the popular Seasonal Math Activities series. Spring Math Activities, illustrated by Janet Armbrust, joins Fall Math Activities and Winter Math Activities, illustrated by Gary Mohrman, to complete this series of books aimed at teachers and parents of children in grades 1-3. The books are full of activities to make math more interesting and fun for children while they learn or practice basic math skills. Children’s literature, science and social studies are integrated in various activities in the books.

Published by the Teaching & Learning Company, Kaufmann’s books are available through the Teaching & Learning Company web site and catalog, on amazon.com, at University Book & Supply in Cedar Falls and through various catalogs aimed at educators.

Brenda (Elvik) Kaufmann started teaching second grade in the North Tama County Community School District in Traer in 1992. She is still teaching there today and using the activities in the books with her classes. When not teaching or writing, Brenda enjoys spending time with her family and two large dogs, reading, long-distance running and walking, playing the piano, listening to music and enjoying the beautiful Iowa outdoors.

The Teaching & Learning Company, based in Carthage, Illinois, is a privately owned publishing company specializing in educational materials for preK-12 teachers and parents including games, posters, charts and books. For more information, visit the Teaching & Learning Company web site at: www.TeachingLearning.Com.

Teaching & Learning Company
1204 Buchanan St., P.O. Box 10
Carthage, IL 62321-0010
(217) 357-2591
FAX: (2 one 7) 357-6789

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