With rhyming text, this book will have students mastering multiplication with easy tricks and tips! With visual representation, sample problems, and easy to follow instructions, students will see the pattern within multiplication rules. This book will allow students to understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division.
Dont have a meltdown! You will understand factors and multiples with step-by-step instructions, sample problems, and tips to help you along the way. Visual representations paired with rhyming text will help students avoid any math meltdown. This book will allow students to gain familiarity with factors and multiples.
In this rhyming text students will gain understanding of how geometry is made up of lines, angles, and shapes, and how to differentiate between these sometimes confusing ideas. This book will guide them through understanding geometry with the help of visual representations, step-by-step instructions, and sample questions. So, hop on the line and follow the path of understanding geometry! This book will allow students to draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.
Converting measurement can be a lengthy problem at times. This book will help students gain understanding in converting measurements with rhyming text and sample problems. Visual representations and instructions will guide them through conversions. Get ready to learn how marvelous measuring can be! This book will allow students to solve problems involving measurement and conversion of measurements from a larger unit to a smaller unit.
Take action in understanding all about fractions in this rhyming text with sample questions, picture representations, and easy to follow instructions. Students will learn about the different types of fractions and how to add and subtract them! This book will allow students to develop understanding of fractions as numbers.
Sometimes you just need to slow down in order to understand what is going on. This book will take things slowly so that you wont miss any important information. Get ready to travel through time using visual representations, rhyming text, and guided instruction, allowing students to understand the working of time! This book will allow students to solve problems involving measurement and estimation of intervals of time.
Power up with this title on place value! Guided with rhyming text and color-coded numbers, students gain a better understanding of place values. This book helps give students the power to understand the place value of numbers through sample questions and tips, making this math concept fun to learn! This book will allow students to understand place value.
Properties aren't magic! They are special rules that numbers follow so you can solve problems quickly in your head. Using detailed instructions and rhyming text, students gain understanding of when and how to use mathematical properties. This book will allow students to apply properties of operations as a strategy to add and subtract, or multiply and divide.
Sharpen your pencils and put on your goggles! It's time to see science in action! This book helps readers hone their observation and recording skills during an experiment. Students will learn how to effectively collect and record data in a journal, as well as organizing data using graphs, charts, and diagrams.
Sometimes a hunch isn't enough. Learn how scientists make educated guesses called hypotheses to test their theories. A hypothesis is the foundation of the scientific method. Readers will learn how to construct a measurable and focused hypothesis to test in an experiment.
Science never stops-even when the experiment is complete. Now is the time to make sense of your data. This title teaches young scientists how to analyze, interpret, and communicate the results of their data.
It is essential that scientists design a plan to ensure their experiments are conducted accurately and safely. Readers will learn how to gather materials, and create a step-by-step procedure to test their hypothesis. Readers will become familiar with controls and variables in a scientific setting.
Science engages a curious mind. Questions can come from practically anywhere. Readers will learn why scientists ask questions and how to develop meaningful questions to help guide their scientific experiments.
Science was meant to be shared with others. Scientists must now determine whether or not the data supports their hypothesis. This book illustrates fun and interesting ways in which to report your results, from a science fair demonstration to a written report. Readers are also encouraged to use their results as a springboard for further experimentation.
Its very important for a child to learn how to make good decisions. In this informative new book, Slim Goodbody helps children learn the steps they should follow in making almost any decision: Stop, Think, Act, Review (STAR).
When a quick guess is needed to count something, rounding can make math faster and fun! Read about two friends who are helping at a school fair. They learn that measuring, adding, and subtracting is easier if the numbers are rounded to whole numbers first. The children figure out ways to use rounding to estimate the amount of money raised at the fair, too!
Polygons are shapes with a number of sides joined together. They are everywhere! A baseball field is a diamond-shaped polygon. Join Emily at a baseball game and look for different shapes. She discovers that the field is full of much more than baseball players - it's filled with polygons, too.
Betsy helps out at Aunt Essie's Downtown Diner. Supplies, such as straws, are packed in groups of ten. Betsy breaks up tens and make tens as she helps set up and clean up. Read about the restaurant where Betsy learns about regrouping. See how regrouping helps in addition and subtraction.
What is area? It is a measure of space or of a place! The kids in Mrs. Jacksons class are learning all about area, and you can, too. See why area is important, what it is used for, and how to measure area in meaningful ways. Soon you will be measuring area in your own everyday experiences.
Find out how to add and subtract cents when buying or selling something. Brian wants to make a lemonade stand to raise money for the local food bank. How much should he charge for a glass? How much change will customers receive? How much money will Brian raise?
Have you ever built something really big with building blocks? Did you need to use hundreds of blocks? Read about an after-school center, where the toys are counted in ones, tens, and hundreds, and it's easy to see place value in the numbers. Learning about place value is all fun and games at this play center!
A pet store is not only a good place to learn about animals, its also a fun place to learn about math! Follow Luis on his pet store adventure and learn about decimals. The animals get involved, toothed goldfish even act out math problems!
Kids will learn about position and direction by following along with Sam in his family's new home. Where will he put things in his room - top, bottom, inside, outside, behind, in front, above, or below? Other concepts include left and right, and north, south, east, and west.
All of the clocks at the amusement park have roman numerals instead of numbers. Young readers will learn how Abby and Ben figure out how to read roman numerals as well as the order of the rides they want to go onfirst, second, and third.
Ann's grandfather is teaching her how to use a calculator. This simple, engaging book describes the parts of the calculator, what the math symbols on the buttons mean, and how to do simple equations. Concepts explained include addition, subtraction, division, mulitplication and patterns.