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100 days of school
100 days of school
Harris, Trudy, 1949-1999
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A series of rhymes illustrates different ways to count to 100 such as by adding the ten toes of ten children or ninety-nine train cars plus one caboose.
--98, 99, 100! Ready or not, here I come!
--98, 99, 100! Ready or not, here I come!
Slater, Teddy1999
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Three friends play hide-and-seek, varying the way they count to 100 in each game: by ones, fives, tens, and twenties. Includes related activities.
All about shape
All about shape
Yates, Irene1997
Books, Manuscripts
This lively series of concept books is designed to encourage young children to take a closer look at the world around them. Each book explores a different theme and invites children to carry out investigations and experiments of their own.
Discovering patterns
Discovering patterns
King, Andrew, 1961-1998
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Fun with shapes
Fun with shapes
Patilla, Peter1998
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Uses a variety of picture puzzles to teach the basic geometric concept of shape.
A gebra named Al : anovel
A gebra named Al : anovel
Isdell, Wendy, 1975-1993
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Trouble with her algebra homework leads Julie through a mysterious portal into the Land of Mathematics, where a zebra-like Imaginary Number and creatures representing Periodic Elements help her learn about math and chemistry in order to get home.
The grapes of math : mind-stretching math riddles
The grapes of math : mind-stretching math riddles
Tang, Greg2001
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Illustrated riddles introduce strategies for solving a variety of math problems in using visual clues.
Guaranteed to bend your brain
Guaranteed to bend your brain
Poskitt, Kjartan2008
Books, Manuscripts
How much, how many, how far, how heavy, how long, how tall is 1000?
How much, how many, how far, how heavy, how long, how tall is 1000?
Nolan, Helen1995
Books, Manuscripts
The same number can seem bigger or smaller depending on the size, arrangement and use of the objects being counted.
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