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Each Orange Had 8 Slices: If each orange had 8 slices and each slice had 2 seeds, how many seeds in all? Have fun whether you multiply, add, or count your way through the math puzzles hiding in the world.
The Great Divide: A Mathematical Marathon: Eighty racers are determined to win the race. But at each turn, half the racers are eliminated. Will there be anyone left to finish?
Divide and Ride: Follow eleven friends as they divide up to fill the seats on each carnival rides.
2 x 2 = Boo!: There's no better way to learn multiplication than with six spooky Halloween stories.
One Grain of Rice: A young girl, Rani, devises a plan to save her people from hunger. Children learn the concepts of multiplication, powers of two, graphing, and exponential growth.
Anno's Mysterious Multiplying Jar: A jar filled with water leads magically to the sean a to a series of amazing numerical happenings.
Multiplying Menace: The Revenge of Rumpelstilskin - A Math Adventure: Unlock the secret of the stick and save the kingdom! Whimsical illustrations bring fun th multiplying whole numbers and fractions.
The Multiplying Menace Divides: This time Rumpelstiltskin has changed the equation. With help from his sidekick, the witch Matilda, Rumpelstiltskin is dividing the kingdom into frogs. It's up to Peter to find a solution that will brign everything back to normal. This math adventure explains simple division, division of fractions, and division rules for equations involving the number zero.
One Hundred Hungry Ants: An excellent way to introduce factors of 100 and to spin off entertaining mathematical activities.
A Remainder of One: A resourceful ant solves his problem of being the lonely remainder by rearranging the formation of the group.
Equal Shmequal: Mouse and her friends want to play tug-of-war but they can't figure out how to make teams that are equal. Nothing works, until Mouse starts thinking mathematically.
Arithme-Tickle: Be tickled with arithmetic because it's got arithme-kick! 18 riddles provide hours of brain-teasing fun.
Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream: Amanda is not convinced multiplication will help her count until she has an amazing dream.
The Doorbell Rang: Vicotria and Sam are about to eat Grandma's cookies when the doorbell rings and rings, each tme bringing more children.
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