In this simple nonfiction title, early readers will explore money and learn about bills and coins. Children will be encouraged to sort and save through vibrant images and supportive text. A helpful glossary and index assist readers in feeling engaged and eager to learn more!
Young readers are introduced to the differences between things they need and things they want in this informational book that provides examples of people earning, saving, and spending money through vivid images, straightforward text, and a supportive glossary and index.
Needs and wants and the difference between them can be a difficult concept for young students. Early readers will be introduced to goods and services, what makes them different, and examples of each. This title features plenty of eye-catching images and new vocabulary.
Earning money is a fun and smart thing to do! With various examples of how to earn and save money, early readers are encouraged find ways to earn money for themselves! Through vivid images and clear, informative text, children are provided with the basic concepts they will need to make choices about spending or saving money they have earned.
Through vibrant, lively images in conjunction with clear, informational text, young readers learn the principles to saving and spending money. Readers are introduced to and encouraged to find the difference between what they need and what they want, and how to make wise choices based on those concepts.
Word Problems: Mass and Volume uses an engaging narrative and authentic, real-world problems to teach readers strategies to solve one-step word problems involving mass and volume. The text models the problem-solving process for readers and provides hands-on opportunities for readers to apply their own problem-solving skills. Readers will discover that there is often more than one way to solve a problem.
This engaging title introduces young readers to the concept of equal sets. Decodable text and image support help readers identify familiar things that come in pairs, sets of threes, fours, fives, and more. The book uses relatable objects, such as four legs on a table and five fingers on a hand, to teach the concept of sets. Readers are also encouraged to find their own number set examples in their everyday lives.
This informative book introduces readers to the concept of perimeter using real-world examples. Through modeling, readers will learn that perimeter is calculated by adding together the length of each side of a figure. This title also explains how to measure the perimeters of familiar places, such as classrooms and football fields, by using addition and multiplication.
This entertaining book takes the problem out of understanding beginner word problems. Readers will learn how to develop a step-by-step plan or strategy to solve basic word problems. This title uses real-life situations to model the problem-solving process for readers to teach skills such as identifying key information to determine which math operation is required, using drawings and models to see the problem, and carrying out the plan and communicating answers.
This book offers readers insight into solving length word problems. Designed to support the Common Core State Standards, this title includes strategies such as using drawings, symbols, and number lines to solve problems. Real-world examples and engaging text make learning meaningful to young readers.
Math is everywhere – even in the city! The city is a busy place. It's filled with cars, buildings, crowds, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers notice taller and shorter buildings, tell time with train arrivals, find shapes in homes and streets, and more, Math in the City will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!
Math is everywhere – even at the park! Pump your legs on a swing. Zip down a slide. The park is filled with fun...and math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find shapes in playground equipment, compare heights with friends, and create equations with dogs on a walk. Math at the Park will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!
Math is everywhere – even on a farm! Step into your boots and take a look around. Farms are filled with animals, fields, tractors, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find animals to sort and count, farmers to compare heights, hay bales with different shapes to identify, and more. Math on the Farm will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path
Math is everywhere – even at the library! Libraries are filled with books, computers, people, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find hidden shapes, books to sort, shelves to measure, and more. Math at the Library will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!
The number of points on a starfish or on a snowflake, the number of moons in the night sky. Let’s count how many surprises nature has all around us.
Youngsters discover why we use graphs to convey information and learn how to construct one. This is a great "how to" book for following step-by-step direction
Readers learn the value of a quarter - and the benefit of earning money - in this endearing informational story.
Relatable examples of graphing in the classroom will inspire readers to explore data collection.
Perfect match of text to illustration enables readers to discover the value of pennies and nickels.
How many toy friends is just enough at bedtime? Little Panda is going to find out!
How many eggs do these hens lay? It all adds up!
Combine reading number words with reading the time (on the hour).
From one to ten, counting is featured in this swimmy, finny underwater concept book. With opposites (short/long), descriptions (yellow/blue), action words (swim/dive), and rhyme, a lot of language arts fill this lively lake.
Combine reading number words with reading the time (on the hour).
Workers discover a time capsule at Lincoln Elementary, but it’s locked! What could be inside? Whoever made it left a trail of geometry clues based on shapes. Be a math detective along with the kids at Lincoln Elementary and help solve this pick-your-own-path mystery. At Lincoln Elementary, the student detectives love solving mysteries! Can you help them solve the clues to open the time capsule? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.