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?
Learn about geometry right at home! This engaging, Spanish-translated title uses examples of household items like doors, napkins, and windows to help young readers recognize shapes like circles, triangles, and rectangles. These familiar images work in conjunction with engaging "You Try It!" problems and a helpful glossary to better children's understanding of geometry and early STEM concepts.
Learn geometry by taking a trip around town! This Spanish-translated, engaging title uses examples of town life to help young readers recognize basic shapes like circles, triangles, and rectangles. Vivid, familiar images of city life, engaging "You Try It!" problems, and a helpful glossary allow children to discover geometry all around them and improve their understanding of early STEM themes.
Circles, rectangles, triangles, and squares-these shapes are everywhere! You can even find them at school. Join the students in this book as they discover the many shapes both inside and outside their school. What shapes are in your classroom?
Get ready for a trip around the world to find the many different shapes that surround you. You can find shapes in the places you go, games you play, and even the food you eat. In fact, shapes are everywhere! Can you find them?
Learn the basics of nonstandard measurement at school! This book has been translated into Spanish and shows young readers that they can measure the length, width, and weight of all kinds of school supplies with nonstandard measurements. A flute is six cubes long! A desk is four hands wide! A ball weighs five blocks! These fun measurement examples, along with engaging "You Try It!" problems, will encourage children to practice measuring their own school supplies and will improve their understanding of early STEM themes.
Learn the basics of nonstandard measurement after school! This book has been translated into Spanish and shows young readers that they can measure all sorts of after school activities with nonstandard measurements. A violin is five hands long! A piano is six shoes tall! These fun measurement examples, along with engaging "You Try It!" problems, will encourage children to measure their after school activities and will improve their understanding of early STEM concepts.