Find out how many pets there are at the pet shop! This charming, Spanish-translated title helps young readers recognize numbers, practice counting to 20, and understand early STEM themes through vivid photos of familiar animals and helpful mathematical charts. Children will be encouraged and excited to practice their skills with the featured "You Try It!" problems!
Make counting fun by counting how many toys there are at the toy store! This bright, engaging title has been translated into Spanish and helps young readers recognize numbers, practice counting to 20, and understand early STEM themes through helpful mathematical charts and vivid images of familiar toys. Children will be excited to practice counting with the featured "You Try It!" problems!
Count the exciting plants and animals found in a garden! This engaging title has been translated into Spanish and helps young readers count, compare numbers, and understand early STEM themes through familiar, engaging images and helpful charts. Children will practice comparing numbers by counting plants and animals, then determining if those numbers are more than, less than, or equal to other numbers. This title features engaging "You Try It!" problems to encourage readers to practice these new skills!
Practice addition at the playground! This fun title, that has been translated into Spanish, uses examples from all around the playground to help children practice their addition and understand early STEM themes. Add up two blue swings and three red swings to get five swings! Add slides, rings, jump ropes, basketballs, and more! These familiar images work in conjunction with engaging "You Try It!" problems to encourage young readers to practice and improve their addition skills.
Learn basic subtraction at the bakery! This engaging, Spanish-translated title uses familiar examples of a bakery selling tasty baked goods to make learning subtraction and number operations easy and fun! Practical examples, vivid images, mathematical diagrams, and engaging "You Try It!" problems all help young readers understand subtraction and early STEM themes. If there were eight pies, but four pies were sold, then there are four pies left! With the help of this practical example and many others, children will be excited to subtract!
What did people use to buy things before money was invented? Where is money made? Find out in this inviting book that informs readers about coins, paper money, the Federal Reserve, exchange rates, and checking accounts. Featuring a timeline of money's history, detailed photos, stimulating facts, clear, informational text, and a glossary that will assist in improving vocabulary, readers will be stimulated from cover to cover.
Invite readers along on the preparations for a soccer tournament! With informational text, vibrant photos and charts, children are engaged from cover to cover while utilizing mathematic skills to increase understanding of all aspects of soccer, including sportsmanship and tournaments.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes jobs youngsters can do to earn money, including the benefits of a job well done and how to advertise and some tips on managing time for good work and play balance.
Rafferty's Rogues presents an exciting and entirely novel approach to a range of maths topics. This gang of lovable rogues have big, bad ideas but their limited knowledge of mathematics means every bold adventure ends in failure. The dumbest ambush ever gives the lowdown on time, time measures, day length, analogue, and digital recording, early clocks, calendars and diaries, and lots more.
T is for a Time Alphabet uses poetry and expository text to explore the concept of time, from explaining basic units of measurement to showcasing important scientific achievements. Topics include famous inventors (Albert Einstein and John Harrison) and important structures and landmarks (Kulkulkan Pyramid and Big Ben). Budding scientists will discover what world-famous stone structure is believed to be an early calendar, follow the voyages of explorer Ferdinand Magellan to better understand the International Date Line, and learn to tell time using the Zulu time system.
Count up to 20 by ones, learning about vehicles ranging from motorcycles and school buses to hot air balloons.
Count up to 100 by tens, learning about the sport of football along the way.
Count up to 50 by fives, learning about African animals that live on the savanna.
Through trial and error and few humorous mistakes, a girl learns how to make her lemonade stand successful and earn enough money for the toy she wants.
Through trial and error and a few humorous mistakes, a boy learns how to do simple outside chores, get repeat customers, and create a successful yard work business to earn enough money to buy a digital music player.
Through trial and error and a few humorous mistakes, a boy learns how to wash cars, find customers, and create a successful car wash business to earn enough money to buy a new skateboard.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes the benefits of saving money that is earned or received. Gives tips on saving for big and small purchases and how banks can help keep money safe.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers helps readers learn the basics of wants and needs, shopping sales, and making wise purchases. Gives tips on saving money for big purchases and finding the best prices.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes what a bank is, why to use a savings account, and how checking accounts, loans, and credit cards work.
Introduces pigs, horses, chicks, and other objects around the farm, while teaching the concept of counting to ten.
Calendar Math provides an ideal introduction to measuring time. From the days of the week to months of the year, readers will learn the different ways a calendar measures time. Vivid, full-color images and entertaining narrative text model concepts such as patterning, comparing and contrasting, and solving simple problems.
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Real-world examples and engaging activities guide readers in learning about measuring time with a calendar. Readers practice selecting appropriate measuring tools and units of measurement, converting between units, and solving problems by measuring.
La abuela Rosenda y Elena se lanzan a una aventura. La abuela dobla rápidamente un gorro de pirata y lo coloca sobre la cabeza de Elena y juntas empiezan su misión para limpiar el parque de la ciudad. Su voluntariado se torna en una búsqueda de un tesoro ya que Elena encuentra pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters e incluso, un dólar. Con cada descubrimiento, Elena obtiene un gorro nuevo y la abuela Rosenda le enseña cómo contar sus monedas mientras recogen la basura en el parque. Cuando Elena cuenta su dinero, tiene lo suficiente para comprar helado. ¿Ó debería donarlo?
Our next stop as we Count Our Way Across the USA is to Maine where we can listen to the call of the loon, hike through the Eastern white pine forests, or enjoy a clambake at the beach while watching whales splash in the ocean. Fishing for Numbers is packed with enough Maine facts, lore, and history to keep readers fishing for hours. Readers will learn why Maine is known for their shipbuilders, how fast a puffin can fly, and which is the only domestic cat native to North America. There is even a recipe for a traditional baked bean supper. Cynthia Reynolds, author of L is for Lobster: A Maine Alphabet, is an eleventh-generation Maine native. She summers on Pleasant River Lake in Maine. The rest of the year she dreams of Maine from her home outside Ann Arbor. Jeannie Brett has illustrated several books including L is for Lobster: A Maine Alphabet. She lives in York, Maine.