Packy the Packrat's mother has had enough! It's time that he sorts through his ever-growing collection of trinkets and puts them away. Told in rhyme, the text leads the reader to participate in the sorting process by categorizing Packy's piles of things according to like characteristics and attributes. The story promotes and reinforces analogous thinking--a critical thinking skill in math, science, and life. In the "For Creative Minds" education section at the back of the book, the reader can explore even more attributes and characteristics of objects, including color, size, texture, shape, and material.
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.
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.
Having trouble seeing something far away? Well, you may need a pair of binoculars! This book investigates the pieces of a pair of binoculars and explains how they combine to magnify far away objects. You wont need a pair of binoculars to read this book, but its sure to be a topic youll want to learn more about. This book will allow students to make observations and/or measurements of an objects motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict future motion.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about plants and animals that are yellow and how colors work in the natural world. Includes picture glossary.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about plants and animals that are red and how colors work in the natural world. Includes picture glossary.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about plants, animals, and rocks that are purple and how colors work in the natural world. Includes picture glossary.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about plants, animals, and rocks that are green and how colors work in the natural world. Includes picture glossary.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about plants, animals, and rocks that are orange and how colors work in the natural world. Includes picture glossary.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about plants, animals, and rocks that are blue and how colors work in the natural world. Includes picture glossary.
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.
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.
Sofia makes a special birthday card for her Grandma by sliding, flipping, and turning shapes. Using the same simple steps, young children will learn about transformations as well as concepts such as diagonal, horizontal, and vertical.
Grace and Ethan are going to the fair with their Aunt Sarah. Lines and angles are everywhere they look. Young readers will love to follow along with them and learn what lines and angles are.
Simple text and colorful photos make learning important concepts easy. Familiar two- and three-dimensional geometric shapes and their properties from home and school are used to introduce children to symmetry and asymmetry, lines of symmetry, and congruence.
In this book, young readers will grasp how to count, sort, classify, and organize various sets of items through engaging, everyday activities that kids can relate to. Through simple text and colorful photographs children are introduced to systems for sorting sets of shapes, colors, sizes.
Through real-life situations, children will be introduced to the vocabulary of math words and symbols. Fundamental vocabulary such as "greater than" and "less than," and the meaning of symbols such as +, /, =, are all explained with engaging photographs and easy-to-understand text.
Colorful photographs of measuring tools show the reader how they can measure using common tools at home. This book offers the young reader a clear insight into understanding length, weight, capacity, and temperature.
Colorful photographs show the reader how they can understand the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs.
The sun, moon, and Earth are circles and spheres, and the wings of butterflies contain triangles. This book shows amazing examples of shapes found in nature.
This entertaining new book shows examples in nature that correspond with each color in the rainbow. Children will also learn how to combine certain colors to make new colors.
This introductory book uses brilliant, close up images of plants, animals, and people to help children compare the relative sizes and weights of natural objects.to describe these properties.
Classification is one of the first skills that children need to learn. This fun book asks children to observe different creatures to see what makes them the same and different.
Young artists will be drawn to this book as they learn about space as an element in art. Readers will learn how artists create the feeling of a three-dimensional space on a flat surface-by overlapping objects, by placing objects higher or lower in the picture, and in many other creative ways.
This title introduces young artists to the element of shape. Readers will learn how shapes of all kinds, including geometric shapes and the organic shapes found in nature, can be used in art. They will learn how artists use shapes to create patterns or make objects look nearby or far away.