A big, summer storm left the school in this book a mess! The students, parents, and other volunteers worked to clean it up. They make teams to pick up aluminum cans, plastic bottles, and glass. After everything is cleaned up, they use graphs to show how much of each item they collected. They take these items to be recycled. They use the money they earn to help build a new playground. What does your school need, and how can you help? 32pp.
Have you ever wondered where your trash goes after it is picked up? Did you know that leaves and grass are a type of trash called yard waste? The answers to these questions and more can be found in this book. Discover the many ways addition can be used to learn about trash. 32pp.
The students in this book want to protect the environment. The students use graphs to show the many ways they can reduce, reuse, and recycle. They can reduce the amount water they use. They can reuse paper. But it is recycling that really gets them excited. The students bring in old cans and bottles. They use a graph to find out how much money they can earn. They will use the money they earn for an Earth Day party. Do you want to join them? 32pp.
Write, simplify, and evaluate algebraic expressions to explore how quickly germs can spread! This informative title teaches children all about germs and how they spread, encouraging healthy habits, while allowing them to practice algebraic expression, exponential form, and distributive property. With eye-catching images, easy-to-read text, related practice problems, clear mathematical diagrams, STEM themes, and an accessible glossary and index, this book gives readers the necessary tools to feel comfortable writing, simplifying, and evaluating expressions!
Practice multiplication, division, and fractions while learning all about bread! Readers can apply multiplication, division, numbers and operations, and STEM skills throughout this book with the help of practice problems. With an accessible glossary, vibrant images, clear mathematical diagrams, a historic timeline, and easy-to-read text, this book will engage readers and show them how to apply mathematics to their daily lives--even to what they eat!
Cooking is a kind of scienceyou have to get the measurements right to make everything work. It takes math. In Culinary Math, youll discover how numbers, ratios, and other math help make tasty foods you can cook yourself.
Many people who live in the city do not have space for gardens. But they still want the fresh food, flowers, and herbs that come from a garden. So, they plant gardens in pots or planters. Sometimes they form a team and find an empty lot to plant their gardens in. People use patterns to plan how best to use their space. This is a great way for people to live in the city and have a beautiful garden. What would you plant in your city garden? 32pp.