From the Set Simply Math

Learn to count by ones, by fives, and by tens using various familiar objects.

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$44.21 $30.95
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 2
Reading Level Grade 1
Dewey 513.2
Lexile 550
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level M
Language English
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Format Hosted ebook
ISBN 9781623238308
Copyright 2014
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions 9.5 x 8
Graphics Full-color photographs

A noteworthy review of Simply Math from Library Media Connection on May 1, 2014

The books in this series cover basic math skills for students in the primary grades. With large font and photographs, the books are appealing to young readers as well as a valuable resource for teachers. By providing real life examples for each concept, the reader can make connections while learning. A key word list is included in all books. These books would be a nice addition to a classroom or school library. Index.

A noteworthy review of Simply Math from School Library Journal on December 1, 2013

In the first book, children are introduced to the basic concepts of counting by ones, fives, and tens, and of place values. Groups of children use familiar objects such as rocks, buttons, and jelly beans to count. In the second title, youngsters are introduced to fractions through different objects, including pizza, candy bars, and traffic lights. Frequent questions are posed and answered within the text. The narratives are lively, and the explanations are clear. The colorful layout features large, easy-to-read type and photographs on every spread. The images help to illuminate the concepts discussed and boxes highlight additional information. Each book concludes with a short list of key words (without definitions) facing an index that duplicates these words. Appropriate additions for the earliest readers in schools or public libraries.

Author: Sara Pistoia

Sara Pistoia is a retired elementary teacher living in Southern California with her husband and a variety of pets. After 40 years of teaching, she now contributes to education by supervising and training student teachers at California State University at Fullerton. As an author, she draws on the experience of many years of teaching first and second graders.