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Half You Heard of Fractions?
This title covers these subjects: Mathematics., Number concept., Fractions.
Half You Heard of Fractions?
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Half You Heard of Fractions?

Want to split an apple? Half for each. That's a fraction! A fraction is a part of something. There are many other fractions, from big to small. Find out how we use fractions every day in fun and surprising ways!

Reading LevelGrades 1-2
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
Lexile Level460L
Early Intervention Level20
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandA+ Books
Page Count32
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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Science Books & Films - Kimberly Kendricks

"Half you Heard of Fractions? by Thomas K. and Heather Adamson presents a fun and interactive review of the basic properties of fractions. The book provides a brief introduction of relevant terms and notation. Its most attractive quality is demonstrating how fractions are used in everyday lives. Examples are provided through activities that kids grades in grades one through four should find relevant, such as slicing fruit, following recipes, counting money, and completing a list of chores, to name a few. The pictures are bright and colorful and will engage students inside or outside the classroom. The text is large and legible and invites readers to find similar examples to those in the book in their own home, at the store, or in their classroom. The book also provides additional resources (website links, books, etc.) for those interested in further study on fractions. Overall, the book is a nice introduction to fractions for kids who are not familiar with the topic." - Science Books & Films

September 1, 2012