This entertaining book takes young readers to a soccer practice to show them the basics of addition. Easy-to-follow text helps students learn about addition words and symbols, strategies for adding up to 10+10 and beyond, the additive identity and commutative property in addition, and how to use objects, pictures, and number sentences to represent real-life addition problems.
This exciting new book helps budding mathematicians discover how to use subtraction. Come along with a museum curator as he prepares a butterfly exhibit. Concepts of taking away, comparing, difference, key words, modeling, and using the algorithms of subtraction are all explained in a fun and real-life setting
The world of division is explored in the setting of a hardware store. Through modeling, readers will explore the meaning of division, the connection between division and subtraction, and the relationship between division and multiplication. Appealing photographs and helpful diagrams provide readers with a clear understanding of division.
The librarian has started a summer reading club. Children can follow along with the club's members to learn all about bar, line, and circle graphs. Simple illustrations and real examples also help children understand concepts such as data, scale, maximum, and minimum.
Lines and angles are everywhere they look. Young readers learn what lines and angles are. Concepts such as perpendicular and parallel lines, right and obtuse angles, and much more are explained using simple text and images.
This book will help young readers learn the language of math in an uncomplicated way. Fundamental vocabulary such as "greater than" and "less than," and the meaning of symbols such as +, _, =, are all clearly explained with engaging photographs and easy-to-understand text.
Through vivid photographs, simple illustrations, and clear text, young readers will discover the basics of multiplication. In the setting of a bakery, readers will explore the relationship between multiplication and addition, the properties of multiplication, and models of multiplication.
Mr. Santiago's class is going to the zoo in two buses. What percentage of the class is riding on each bus? What percentage of the class wants to ride the camel? Simple diagrams and explanations help children learn how percentages work using real-life examples and help explain other concepts such as ratios and fractions.
Ella is trying to decide who to invite over to play. This book helps teach children the concept of probability. Simple activities performed by Ella help children understand how likely it is that a certain result will happen. Activities include flipping a coin, rolling a number cube, and playing a game with a spinning wheel.
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.