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Patterns are all around us, and readers will be more adept at Finding Patterns in their world after they enjoy this book.
A digital solution for your classroom with features created with teachers and students in mind: • Perpetual license • 24 hour, 7 days a week access • No ...
Estimating introduces children to the times and places people make guesses about numbers.
Learn about making sets and categories in this book about Sorting.
Readers can find out about jump ropes and how to play with them in this procedural text. The text features are photographs, bold print, fact boxes, headings, ...
Measuring shows the kinds of things people measure and the tools that tell how long, how heavy, how far, how tall, how fast, how much, and how hot.
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.
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.
Math for Fun is perfect for supporting your Shared Reading instruction and introducing beginning concepts of Math. Measuring time, shape recognition, labeling ...
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 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 ...
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