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Camille loves to build sand forts at the beach. But it's hard to build a fort alone. Camille and her friends make a plan. They find that they can get more done-and have more fun-when they work together.
Before you start working on lessons, look through your textbook. Here are some questions on help you learn more about your book--and about the math you will learn this year.
This book will help you use mathematics in your daily life and prepare you for success in future courses and careers.
Elephants, rabbits, and birds shop in this funny grocery store. Can you guess what the little rabbit wants more of? Munchy, crunchy carrots, of course! And fewer of? Squirmy worms and chewy peanuts (yuck!). So why is his mother buying all those cans of worms? MathStart, comparing amounts, level 1.
Every chapter in this book consists of a theme, a project and a career story. The chapters covers addition, subtraction, patterns, numbers, money, time, measurement, geometry, fractions and probability by providing problem solving strategies and applications.
Great book for Grade 3 students with mathematics problem-solving issues.
MISSING MITTENS. Every animal on Farmer Bill's farm is missing one mitten. Readers can investigate odd and even numbers as they unravel this mitten mystery!
Percy and his parents work throughout the day to calm Percy down and deal with his anger
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