Properties arent magic! They are special rules that numbers follow so you can solve problems quickly in your head. Using detailed instructions and rhyming text, students gain understanding of when and how to use mathematical properties. This book will allow students to apply properties of operations as a strategy to add and subtract, or multiply and divide.
A class is learning a lesson on making graphs and interpreting data, and the class clown, Logan, has some off-the-wall answers to his classmates' surveys.
Through trial and error and few humorous mistakes, a girl learns how to make her lemonade stand successful and earn enough money for the toy she wants.
Through trial and error and a few humourous mistakes, a girl learns how to take care of pets, find clients, and create a successful pet sitting business to earn enough money to buy her own pet.
Through trial and error and a few humorous mistakes, a boy learns how to do simple outside chores, get repeat customers, and create a successful yard work business to earn enough money to buy a digital music player.
Through trial and error and a few humorous mistakes, a boy learns how to wash cars, find customers, and create a successful car wash business to earn enough money to buy a new skateboard.
Introduces activities young readers experience in a matter of days, such as eating three meals or touring a city, while teaching ways to measure a day and how it compares to hours and weeks.