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100 days of school
100 days of school
Harris, Trudy, 1949-1999
Books, Manuscripts
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.
40 fabulous math mysteries kids can't resist
40 fabulous math mysteries kids can't resist
Lee, Martin2001
Books, Manuscripts
Offers forty reproducible mystery stories to help students build skills in multiplaction, division, decimals, fractions, mental math, probability, and geometry.
--98, 99, 100! Ready or not, here I come!
--98, 99, 100! Ready or not, here I come!
Slater, Teddy1999
Books, Manuscripts
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.
Adding with apes
Adding with apes
James, Adele2012
Books, Manuscripts
Amanda Bean's amazing dream : a mathematical story
Amanda Bean's amazing dream : a mathematical story
Neuschwander, Cindy1998
Books, Manuscripts
Amanda loves to count everything, but not until she has an amazing dream does she finally realize that being able to multiply will help her count things faster.
Anno's mysterious multiplying jar
Anno's mysterious multiplying jar
Anno, Masaichirò„1983
Books, Manuscripts
Simple text and pictures introduce the mathematical concept of factorials.
Awesome arithmetricks
Awesome arithmetricks
Poskitt, Kjartan2008
Books, Manuscripts
Bent out of shape
Bent out of shape
Mullarkey, Lisa2009
Books, Manuscripts
When Katharine fails a geometry test, she finds out her kindergarten teacher is going to tutor her.
The best of times : math strategies that multiply
The best of times : math strategies that multiply
Tang, Greg2002
Books, Manuscripts
Simple rhymes offer hints on how to multiply any number by zero through ten without memorizing the multiplication tables.
Bones and the math test mystery
Bones and the math test mystery
Adler, David A.2010
Books, Manuscripts
Jeffrey Bones doesn't like math tests--especially when he forgets to study for them. Now his test is missing. Can he solve the mystery of the missing test and get an Excellent grade?
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