This engaging title shows children two-dimensional shapes typically found in a school. Find circles, triangles, rectangles, and squares! Young readers will also be introduced to the concept of equality through early STEM concepts by adding triangles into a square. This book encourages readers to think about geometry at their own schools, making finding shapes fun and easy with familiar images, engaging practice problems, and helpful mathematical diagrams.
Follow the story of two pen pals to learn about time measurement and the months of the year! This charming title teaches children about time, analog and digital clocks, and early STEM themes by telling the story of what happened to these two pen pals during each month of the year. Make time measurement fun and easy with vibrant images, practice problems, and this exciting story!
Practice nonstandard measurement at the zoo! This exciting title encourages readers to practice measuring their favorite zoo animals, such as elephants, giraffes, pandas, and more. A gorilla weighs the same as three men! When a cheetah runs, its stride length is the length of three men! An elephant weighs the same as three pickup trucks! Vivid images, fun practice questions, early STEM themes, and helpful mathematical diagrams make nonstandard measurement entertaining and easy for children to understand.
Learn about addition while taking a trip to the dentist! In this charming reader, children will practice addition skills, using early STEM themes, while learning about dental hygiene. Interesting images, helpful mathematical diagrams, and engaging practice problems will encourage young readers to practice their addition skills anywhere--even at a dental visit!
Find three-dimensional shapes all over New York City! This exciting title has been translated into Spanish and shows young readers where they can find cylinders, cones, prisms, spheres, and pyramids in the city. Vibrant images, simple practice problems, and clear mathematical charts and diagrams help make geometry and STEM themes seem simple and fun! These exercises will encourage children to practice their geometry skills by finding three-dimensional shapes in their own city!
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.
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.
Practice multiplication and division at the bake sale! This charming title engages readers with tasty recipes while encouraging them to apply their mathematical, problem-solving, and STEM skills in daily life. Follow the story of a boy and his grandpa baking muffins for a bake sale. Divide 144 muffins into three batches of 48 to make sure they can all fit in the oven! Practice fractions with simple long division! Fun examples, vibrant images, an accessible glossary, clear mathematical diagrams, and easy-to-read text keep these mathematical concepts feeling easy and fun!
Find three-dimensional shapes all over New York City! This exciting title shows young readers where they can find cylinders, cones, prisms, spheres, and pyramids in the city. Vibrant images, simple practice problems, and clear mathematical charts and diagrams help make geometry and STEM themes seem simple and fun! These exercises will encourage children to practice their geometry skills by finding three-dimensional shapes in their own city!
Take a trip to the fire station to learn how firefighters use measurement to put out fires! This engaging title takes young readers through the history of firefighting and the development of fire engines, teaching them how firefighters have measured extinguishing water throughout the years. Firefighters used to carry three-gallon buckets of water to toss on a fire! Some old water tanks held 90 gallons of water! These fun facts, paired with related practice problems, help readers learn more about measurement, volume, perimeter, and STEM topics.
Three-dimensional shapes are everywhere! Learn about the properties of three-dimensional shapes like cylinders, prisms, cubes, and cones with this vibrant book. This title encourages young readers to practice geometry and STEM skills, teaching them how to identify familiar three-dimensional shapes and find bases, faces, vertices, and more! Vibrant images, simple practice problems, and clear mathematical diagrams help readers while encouraging them to find three-dimensional shapes all around them!
People all over the world trade and buy from each other! This nonfiction book will teach young readers the various services and goods that countries around the world provide. Readers will also be exposed to the different forms of money, such as yen and pesos, and the difference between wants and needs. Colorful images, supporting text, a glossary, table of contents, and index all work together to help readers better understand the content and be fully engaged from cover to cover.
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!
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!
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.
Children are consumers, too, though they often do not realize it. This strikingly illustrated book helps youngsters understand the concepts of goods and services so that they recognize their role in the cycle of commerce. Readers will examine various jobs to understand where goods are made or services are provided. The concepts of producers and consumers are also carefully explained in a manner children will understand and enjoy.
This book carefully explains how countries around the world engage in trade. Whether it is a detailed description of how countries negotiate trade agreements, how countries use tariffs to make buyers want to buy locally produced goods, or the extremes of using trade embargoes as political tools, this book provides essential information with plenty of full-color images to help explain the basics of trade in a global economy.
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?
Following the success of S is for Sunflower: A Kansas Alphabet, husbandand- wife author team Devin and Corey Scillian join illustrator Doug Bowles in another rousing state tribute. One Kansas Farmer: A Kansas Number Book "counts out" an entertaining and educational travelogue of the state's history, geography, famous people, and places. Topics include the dancing prairie chickens and the invention of the microchip. Corey and Devin Scillian are graduates of the University of Kansas. They now live in Michigan where Devin anchors the news for WDIV-TV in Detroit. Devin's other children's books include the bestselling A is for America: An American Alphabet and Brewster the Rooster. Doug Bowles enjoys working with a wide range of clients in advertising, corporate, and editorial jobs, as well as in the children's book market. He also enjoys working on fine art collections and shows frequently in galleries around Kansas. Doug lives in Leawood, Kansas.
From the five lines on a music staff to the seven colors of the rainbow, all the way up to the famous 100th day of school, Number 1 Teacher: A School Counting Book takes a by-the-numbers approach to helping young readers understand and identify many of the concepts and lessons they'll learn in elementary school. There are 3 forms of matter we learn in science class-- One is liquid; two is solid; and the third is gas. Geography, music, and how to tell time are just a few of the many topics featured. From the husband-and-wife writing team who brought us T is for Teacher: A School Alphabet now comes Number 1 Teacher to help students focus on what counts to make the most of their school days.Steven L. and Deborah Dover Layne also wrote the popular T is for Teachers: A School Alphabet, which received a Learning magazine Teachers' Choice Award for Children's Books. Well-regarded educators and literacy consultants, the Laynes live with their young children in St. Charles, Illinois. Doris Ettlinger graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and has numerous picture books to her credit. Her other books with Sleeping Bear Press include T is for Teachers and most recently, The Orange Shoes. Doris lives, draws, and teaches in an old grist mill on the banks of the Musconetcong River in western New Jersey.
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.
Gram Hatter and Kat set off on an adventure. Gram quickly folds up a pirate hat and places it on Kats head and they begin their mission to help clean up the city park. Volunteering turns into a treasure hunt as Kat finds pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and even a dollar. With each discovery Kat gets a new hat and Gram Hatter teaches Kat how to count her coins as they pick up litter at the park. When Kat adds up her money, theres enough for ice cream. Or should she donate the money to support the park instead?
Introduces bartering and explains what it is, its benefits and challenges, and what makes a good transaction; features a glossary; and lists resources to explore the subject further.