Math for Spring

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The 44 gigantic (11" x 17"), full-page math problems contained in this volume are organized around a Spring theme, which includes insects, flowers, rabbits, rain, field trips, and more. Many of the problems require multiple steps to solve. Students are challenged to decide what the problem is asking, how to use the information provided, and to choose among a variety of strategies for soliving the problem. Math concepts covered include: computation, number patterns, fractions, time, money, and graphing. The large,...
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Overview

The 44 gigantic (11" x 17"), full-page math problems contained in this volume are organized around a Spring theme, which includes insects, flowers, rabbits, rain, field trips, and more. Many of the problems require multiple steps to solve. Students are challenged to decide what the problem is asking, how to use the information provided, and to choose among a variety of strategies for soliving the problem. Math concepts covered include: computation, number patterns, fractions, time, money, and graphing. The large, charming illustrations frequently contain information to help students find the solutions. You may reproduce them for classroom use. Children may want to color them. Answer key included. All pages perforated for easy removal.

The 44 gigantic (11" x 17"), full-page math problems contained in this volume are organized around a Spring theme, which includes insects, flowers, rabbits, rain, field trips, and more. Many of the problems require multiple steps to solve. Students are challenged to decide what the problem is asking, how to use the information provided, and to choose among a variety of strategies for soliving the problem. Math concepts covered include: computation, number patterns, fractions, time, money, and graphing. The large, charming illustrations frequently contain information to help students find the solutions. You may reproduce them for classroom use. Children may want to color them. Answer key included. All pages perforated for easy removal.

Make every day's math lesson exciting for the whole class with daily math problem-solving series. Forty-four illustrated math problems, are presented on large 11' x 17' illustrated pages. What a great way tohelp students gain confidence with problem solving.

Help your students become better listeners, more careful readers, and better thinkers by practicing problem solving on a daily basis. The large type makes group viewing easy. Teacher directions for guiding daily practice sessions are provided. And, of course, there is an answer key.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557995827
  • Publisher: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
  • Publication date: 11/1/1996
  • Series: Daily Problem Solving Series
  • Pages: 88
  • Age range: 7 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 10.98 (w) x 17.07 (h) x 0.25 (d)

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