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Discover the nature of symmetry as it appears in nature and the manmade world in Both Sides Are the Same.
Patterns are all around us, and readers will be more adept at Finding Patterns in their world after they enjoy this book.
Estimating introduces children to the times and places people make guesses about numbers.
Learn about making sets and categories in this book about Sorting.
It’s easy to Share and Be Fair if you understand division. Readers will get a chance to review their division facts in this problem-solving book.
Review basic math facts by adding items together and Counting to Ten.
Counting Money introduces children to different coins and their values. It also shows children how to count combinations of coins.
Find out the differences between flat and solid shapes in this beginning geometry book.
In Measuring Time, children learn how we measure everything from seconds to years.
Readers learn many ways to consider the idea of 100 as they practice skip-counting, estimating, and measuring their way from 1 to 100.
Learn how and why we divide in this introduction to division.
In Forest Doubles, readers will learn about animals that live in the forest. They will also learn how to multiply by two as they count up the animals they see.
Take a walk through the neighborhood and enjoy a few treats—and learn about spending money and making change as you go.
Compare animals of different sizes and types in this book about opposites.
Learn the difference between odd numbers and even numbers, how to skip-count using odds and evens, and what happens when you add them together.
Learn about the difference between standard and metric measurement, along with some common measurement tools we use every day in Measure by Measure.
Patterns are everywhere, even on plants and animals. You can have fun finding some patterns as you read Patterns in Nature.
Subtracting shows what happens when you start with a number of items and then take some away. Children can see how many items are left.
Learn about addition and animals in this book that teaches beginning math and science concepts.
By looking at real-world examples, readers will learn why squares, triangles, hexagons and trapezoids are Tiling Shapes in this book about geometry.
Learn about place value for two-digit and three-digit numbers as you read The Right Place.
In Shapes, children review common shapes and then see how these can be combined to make different shapes. Two triangles can make a square, two squares can make ...
In Shapes in the City, children can see that there are shapes all around them. Photographs of city scenes feature squares, rectangles, triangles, and all kinds ...
Fractions introduces beginning concepts such as half, thirds, and fourths by showing how parts of common items make a whole.
Graphs are useful ways to show information about lots of things. In this book, readers will find out how to make and read different kinds of simple graphs.
Take a hike through the rain forest and look at all of the beautiful animals and plants that live there, and learn about ordinal numbers at the same time.
You Can Count! reviews skip-counting by twos, threes, fours, fives, tens, and hundreds.
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