Understanding how to make ten is a key building block in the base-ten system. In this engaging title, young readers explore different number combinations that make up the number ten. Easy-to-follow text and colorful images introduce readers to the concept of a fact family and related facts. The text also models how readers can use their fact family knowledge to solve missing addend questions that equal ten.
This entertaining title introduces young readers to the concept of patterning. Readers will learn that a pattern is an ordered set of numbers or shapes arranged according to a rule. Accessible text and vivid images guide readers as they learn to identify patterning rules and extend patterns. Readers are also encouraged to create their own patterns and recognize patterns in the world around them.
This engaging title builds on the material covered in the Fractions title in this series. Readers will develop an understanding of fractions as numbers. Easy-to-follow text and supportive images help readers recognize and generate equivalent fractions. Readers will also learn how to compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator and represent fractions on a number line.
Engaging narrative, vivid photographs, and real-world examples combine to teach readers how to solve time word problems. Readers will learn how to measure time intervals in minutes and represent authentic time problems on a number line diagram.
Calendar Math provides an ideal introduction to measuring time. From the days of the week to months of the year, readers will learn the different ways a calendar measures time. Vivid full-color images and entertaining narrative text model concepts such as patterning, comparing and contrasting, and solving simple problems.
This Level 2 guided reader illustrates examples of patterns found in school buildings and materials. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning to identify how repeating shapes, colors, or lines form a pattern.
This Level 2 guided reader illustrates examples of patterns found at a zoo, especially those found on animal skins and scales. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning to identify how repeating shapes, colors, or lines form a pattern.