Learn how builders use perimeter and area to build towns and cities, design homes, parks, and more in this engaging Spanish-translated nonfiction e-book! This charming digital resource provides students with real-world application for measurement, geometry, and other mathematical concepts through engaging examples and practice problems. Improve mathematical and STEM skills with easy-to-read informational text, clear mathematical diagrams, and text features such as a glossary and index. By the end of this e-book, readers will gain confidence in working with perimeter, area, and grid patterns through an exploration of civic engineering and city planning.
Everyone is a trader in the world of trade! While most readers use money to trade things, people used to barter and bargain! Teach young readers how they can trade things every day by buying or selling goods and services. Spanish-translated text, vibrant images, practical examples, diagrams, and mathematical charts all make it fun and easy to learn more about trading. Children will learn about all sorts of markets, including floating markets, online markets, and the stock market. This book introduces readers to the world of commerce, encouraging them to practice number patterns and various mathematical and STEM skills.
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.
A community center has many exciting activities to choose from. You can play games, swim, and even learn how to cook there. As you read, you can compare the size of a tennis racket to a ping pong racket, use cubes to measure the world's smallest snake, and even use feet to measure the length of a basketball court. What would you use to measure a snake?
As the school year comes to an end, the students in this book recall their favorite things and activities from the year. They use graphs and charts to record and show their favorites. Join them as they relive their experiences through the year.
Learn how one boy used algebraic thinking to earn money by opening a lemonade stand! Running a business, even a lemonade stand, can be difficult, but this charming, Spanish-translated title shows readers how algebraic thinking, number patterns, and an understanding of STEM themes can make it much easier and make a business more successful! Follow along as our trader calculates costs, income, losses, and profits. Sharp mathematical skills and innovation make for a very profitable lemonade stand! This fun, practical example encourages readers to use their mathematical skills in their daily lives.
Take a trip to the world market for an exciting way to learn about standard measurement! This title, that has been translated into Spanish, takes young readers to markets around the world, showing them how to measure common food items with standard measurements. Some things are measured by length! Some things are measured by weight! Children will learn these and other measurement techniques through vibrant images, fun examples, and simple mathematical charts, enhancing their mathematical and STEM skills.