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? 32pp.
The kids in this book are spending some time at their grandparents' house. They are helping Gram and Gramps clean the attic. Old photos, comic books, baseball cards, and paper dollsâ€”there are so many things to look at up there. How do they make sure they each get the chance to see, read, and play with everything? Join them as they learn the best way to make sure they all get their fair share. 32pp.
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 marshmallowsâ€”yummy! 32pp.
The family in this book is moving to a new neighborhood. They have a lot of work to do! They need to unload the moving truck, unpack boxes, and put everything away. The kids make new friends and discover all the fun they can have with the empty boxes. While building forts from the empty packing boxes, the kids discover many new shapes and their dimensions. Look inside. Can you find a cylinder? 32pp.
Are you learning how to count to 100? The students in this book are learning how, too. Their teacher is helping them by celebrating their 100th day of school. They have fun counting all kinds of things, such as seashells, marbles, and popcorn, in sets of 100. 32pp.
Do you like birthday parties? The children in this book are planning their birthday party. They need to figure out how many friends to invite, how much food to buy, how many party favors they need, and more. Their mom is helping them count and make lists. Can you help them, too? 32pp.
Did you know that you use subtraction when you play games? Everything from picking a winning team, jumping rope, and playing hopscotch uses subtraction. See subtraction in action as you read this book! 32pp.