Discover the different ways that people spend, save, and budget their money. Readers are introduced to important personal financial aspects such as savings accounts, putting together a budget and budget analysis, credit and debit cards, and taxes. Through informational text, vivid photos, and helpful graphs and charts that assist in implementing mathematical skills such as percentages, readers will be encouraged to save and spend their money wisely and responsibly.
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.
How do architects and contractors use math and geometry to help build a house? Readers will find out in this engaging nonfiction book that features bright images and charts, informational text, and intriguing facts that will familiarize children with construction, construction equipment and materials, and blueprints.
When you're traveling, there are all sorts of numbers to keep track of. If you're driving, how many gallons of gas will you need for the distance you have to cover? How much will those gallons cost you at the pump? If you're going by plane, you'll need to juggle flight schedules. If your plane is delayed by 3 hours, will you be able to make your next connection? And what about if you travel to another country where they use a different kind of money? Will you be able to figure out how to change the money you brought with you into the currency of the country? Will you be able to set your clock back the right amount when you travel across time zones? Travel Math will help you do all this and more!
Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about lines by applying his knowledge of geometry to their Stone Age world. Funny illustrations and stories provide a humorous introduction to math concepts. Leo explains the significance of points and how many points together make up lines and segments. Information boxes accompany each story to explore real applications of lines in the natural and designed world.
The concept of supply and demand is made easy in this fascinating new title! Look inside What is Supply and Demand? and learn the ins and outs of this fundamental concept of economics.
This book uses math and science to help students learn about glaciers. Math challenge questions provide students with the opportunity to apply math skills as they learn about the characteristics of glaciers.
This book describes the process of invention from idea to product design and marketing, showing how each STEAM field is involved in the process.
In this title, students will learn all about area with visually enhanced problem solving equations and solutions.
In this title, students will learn all about mixed numbers and how to better understand them with the visually enhanced text and question/answer sections.
In this fun math concept, Dots, Plots, and Histograms are featured and explained in a way that students can easily digest and understand the material presented.
This books looks at the development of apps and the ways each STEAM field is involved in the process.
Ratios and Reasining are made easy in this title with question/answer sections and visually enhanced examples.
In this title, prisms and pyramids come to life with the visually enhanced text and simple explanations to make this math topic easier to understand.
This book is all about patterns and how to understand and solve them. Easy to understand text and visuals add to students' understanding.
This book gives insights into the processes involved in creating and braodcasting television shows, and explains how each STEAM field is involved.
Factors and Multiples are a must in math! Get ready to learn all about them in this easy to understand, fun to read title.
This four-book series explains the complex concept of money in a simple, fun and amusing way. How do you spend your pocket money, or the money that comes your way on birthdays or family visits? Do you spend it, save it or give it away?
This four-book series explains the complex concept of money in a simple, fun and amusing way. In this book, we will learn how our family spends its money. Children learn how money comes into the family and the huge number of demands on how it is spent.
This four-book series explains the complex concept of money in a simple, fun and amusing way. In this book we learn where a country's money comes from. Where do the millions and billions of pounds go to? Why do people have to pay taxes? What is GDP? And how and when will you be able to play a part in the economy.
This four-book series explains the complex concept of money in a simple, fun and amusing way. In this book we learn how money flows around the world. And how do we know what money really is when money is so different from country to country? What is the foreign exchange and how does it work? Why are some countries super-rich and some living in poverty?
Get ready to discover and uncover the properties of shapes. Learn all about dimensions, length, width, and 2- and 3-dimensional shapes. With the rhyming text in this book, you will discover hexagons, polygons, pentagons, and so much more in a fun and easy to understand way! So blast off and learn all about galactic geometry! This book will allow students to understand that attributes belonging to a category of 2- or 3-dimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that category.
Learn about the connection between math and football.
This delicious book on statistics will have students eating up all the information presented. With rhyming text, step-by-step guidance, and sample problems, students will gobble up this mathematical treat, all while learning this concept in a fun, easy way! This book will allow students to develop understanding of statistical variability and summarize and describe distributions.
Learn about the connection between math and speed skating.