There are all sorts of things to do before a birthday party! Make math practical and fun for young readers as they read the story of children planning a birthday. The children will have to consider the number of guests and count things to buy, like invitations, food, and confetti. Young readers will practice their counting skills with the help of engaging images, clear tally marks, and mathematical charts. This fun and practical book will keep children engaged as they learn early STEM themes and help them feel confident and ready to have more fun with math!
Understanding the place value system is a foundation to all operations as children progress in mathematics education. This book introduces readers to the whole number place values, comparing, and ordering numbers using colorful, engaging images and simple text.
Explore fun things to do in fall and solve word problems. Answer questions that ask "who has more."
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? 32pp.
The students in this book are counting up to the 100th day of school! Readers are encouraged to practice counting to 100 through early STEM themes and basic numbers and operations, including counting in sets of five. The lively photos and engaging practice problems will leave readers feeling confident and ready to learn more!
Practice nonstandard measurement at the community center! A rock climbing wall is the same height as eight children! A tennis racket is the same length as three ping pong paddles! This fun title uses vivid images, simple practice questions, and helpful mathematical diagrams to keep young readers engaged while helping them better understand nonstandard measurement and early STEM concepts.
Readers will enjoy making graphs about their favorite things! This charming title uses children's favorite things to make graphing and mathematical probability seem simple and fun! This book's vibrant images, practice problems, and mathematical diagrams help young readers understand graphing and early STEM themes. Encourage children to make their own bar graphs or pictographs about their favorite things!