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Math and Literature: Number Sense Set

Math and Literature: Number Sense Set


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Item # 534608
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Recommended Grade(s): K-5
Web Price $96.95
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Fun with Roman Numerals: Roman numerals are everywhere: on clocks, on buildings, in books. But what do they mean and how do we use them?

Roman Numerals I to MM: Children will enjoy counting pigs while learning the Roman numeral system.

Let's Count to 100!: Comprised of appealing images and 11 bright panoramas, each featuring a delightful assortment of 100 different objects - no two are alike. Readers can count items and find specific details, such as a mouse with a red bow or a lone rabbit amid a giant flock of sheep.

On Beyond a Million: Helps children understand our number system, and how quickly they can reach big numbers with power counting.

How Much Is A Million?: This book gives meaning to one million, one billion, and one trillion, making large numbers "real."

If You Made a Million: A magician explains about earning money, investing it, accruing dividends and interest, and watching savings grow.

Millions, Billions, & Trillions: Understanding Big Numbers. What does a million look like? A billion? A trillion? This book explains hard to visualize quantities in terms children can understand, like one million dollars could buy two full pizzas a day for more than 62 years!

How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?: One day, Charlie's teacher brings three differently sized pumpkins to school and asks the children to guess which one contains the most seeds. After a round of guessing, they open them up and dig in to find out. Spreads of the seeds sorted by twos, fives, and tens encourage readers to count along with the students. Includes fact about pumpkins and math and science lessons.

How Much, How Many, How Far, How Heavy, How Long, How Tall is 1000?: Focuses on understanding larger numbers. Includes suggestions.

Great Estimations: This unique book will show you how to train your eyes and your mind to make really great estimations by makng estimating into a game.

Greater Estimations: A great estimate is close to the real number. Filled with fun, creative examples, this companion to Great Estimations will show readers how to train the eyes and mind to make really greaet estimations about length, volume, area, and more.

The Three Little Pigs Count fo 100:The well-known fable of the Three Little Pigs gets a makeover in this efficient counting guide for beginning readers. Pages at the end feature information on ordinal numbers, counting by ones and tens, and geometric shapes.

If a book becomes unavailable at any time, one of similar subject matter will be substituted, or the price will be adjusted.

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  • Type: Class Resources
  • Format: Softcover

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