This engaging Spanish-translated e-book tells the story of children who start a business to help people care for their pets. As the business grows, the children use bar, circle, and line graphs as visual representations of their business. These mathematical charts and diagrams help readers understand how to best improve a business. This story not only shows Spanish readers how useful clear graphs can be outside of the classroom, but encourages them to see if they can start their own responsible businesses! Through vibrant images, clear mathematical diagrams, easy-to-read informational text, and text features including a glossary and index, readers will be engaged and encouraged to improve their graphing and STEM skills.
Practice division while searching through the items in an old attic! This charming title, that has been translated into Spanish, follows the story of four children whose grandparents are moving out of their old house. The attic has old photos, comic books, baseball cards, and paper dolls just waiting to be discovered, but everyone needs to get a fair turn! Divide four boxes to open amongst four children! This book challenges young readers to practice their division skills by dividing up all sorts of collections found in this attic. Not only will they improve their division and STEM skills, but they will learn how to best share things equally with other children.
Each year, the Coles look forward to their family reunion. This year, the Coles are in charge of all the planning. They use two-digit subtraction in a lot of the planning, especially when deciding how much food to buy and figuring out how many people are coming. Look inside to see more subtraction in action!
Do you know how much planning it takes to get ready for a camping trip? There is food to buy, supplies to pack, and activities to plan. It doesn't seem like much work if you divide everything equally among your friends and family. If everyone does his or her fair share, it is much easier to have fun once you arrive at your campsite. After the work is done, it is time to relax and toast marshmallows-yummy!
Join the Garcia kids on their harvest adventure at their grandparents' apple orchard. Picking apples, eating apple pie, and bobbing for apples are just a few of the fun things they will do there. The kids will help prepare a big lunch for everyone. They will also plan games. They will use two-digit subtraction to help them with the menu, shop for food, and set up the games. What is your favorite apple game or treat?
The city is a big and busy place with a lot of people and places to eat and shop. Discover the many ways subtraction is used every day in the city. Apply your knowledge of subtraction for each item you buy, such as a t-shirt or a hotdog.
The students in this book are getting ready for a craft sale. Each class will make a different item to sell. All the items will have a pattern. Beads, ribbons, and buttons are just a few of the materials they will use to make the crafts. Which pattern is your favorite?