Hopping on the Number Line

Hopping on the number line represents addition and subtraction using a number line.

Whose Food Is This? A Look at What Animals Eat - Leaves, Bugs, and Nuts

Examines a variety of food eaten by animals. Animals shown include a squirrel, anteater, hummingbird, giant panda, cow, fruit bat, and an ostrich.

My Math Toolbox

My Math Toolbox selects and uses appropriate tools for given measurement situations. (i.e. rulers for length, measuring cups for capacity).

What's a Fraction?

What's a fraction? Teaches the concepts related to fractions (e.g., numerator and denominator).

Winning By Giving

Everyone needs help sometimes. Helping others is called philanthropy. You can give time, work, or money to someone who needs it. Small acts of kindness add up to big results. Good...

Is It Symmetrical?

This Math Concept Book Engages Young Readers Through Simple Text And Photos As They Learn About Symmetry.

All About Math Symbols

Teaches young students about key math symbols such as =, +, -, degrees, $, cents, and how to use them.

Whose Work Is This? A Look at Things Animals Make - Pearls, Milk, and Honey

Examines a variety of products produced from animals including honey from a bee, lanolin from a sheep, feathers from a Canada goose, pearls from an oyster, venom from a snake,...

What Is an Attribute?

This Math Concept Book Engages Young Readers Through Simple Text And Photos As They Learn About Attributes.

Whose Sound Is This? A Look at Animal Noises - Chirps, Clicks, and Hoots

Examines a variety of different sounds made by animals. Animals shown include a lion, a dolphin, an owl, a bullfrog, a donkey, a grasshopper, and a rattlesnake.

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