Skills for Scholars Math provides children in grade 1 with necessary math instruction. Offering 80 pages of full-color activities, perforated pages, easy-to-follow directions, and complete answer key, children will have fun learning important math skills. Features activities that teach: Numbers Addition & subtraction Problem solving Fractions Time & money concepts The popular Skills for Scholars Workbook series offers a full complement of instruction, activities, and information in 51 subject-specific workbooks. Encompassing preschool to grade 6, this series covers key subjects including basic skills, English & grammar, math, phonics, reading, science, and Spanish. This series is designed for students who need intervention or enrichment and gives them a solid foundation in key skills necessary for success in the classroom
A cool coding book--just for kids
When your kid is ready to add coding to their creativity toolbox but you're not ready to ship them off to coding camp, Getting Started with Coding is here to help them get started with the basics of coding. It walks young readers through fun projects that were tested in the classroom. Each project has an end-goal to instill confidence and a sense of achievement in young coders.
Steering clear of jargon and confusing terminology, Getting Started with Coding is written in a language your child can understand. Plus, the full-color design is heavy on eye-catching graphics and the format is focused on the steps to completing a project, making it approachable for any youngster with an interest in exploring the wonderful world of coding. So why send your kid to a camp when they can become a coding champ--right in the comfort of your living room?
- Introduces the basics of coding to create a drawing tool
- Teaches how to create graphics and apply code to make them do things
- Shows how to make things that respond to motion and collision commands
- Introduces score-keeping and timing into coding
If your child is a burgeoning techy with a desire to learn coding, Getting Started with Coding is the perfect place to start.
Shortlisted for the Brage Prize, Norway's most prestigious literary award, and the World Illustration Awards 2019.
This fun book will get you counting from 0 to 7.5 billion, but also to do so much more. Follow the characters' stories through the book and see how their lives collide with those of others. There are a lot of secrets to be discovered for the sharp-eyed You'll see that everyone is different, everyone has their own life, and that--most importantly--everybody counts. At the end, a spotting section allows you to go back and have even more fun. Everybody Counts is critically acclaimed for its unique approach to visual communication, and has been awarded some of the world's highest honors for children's literature.
In the first book of the Math Is Categorical(R) series, readers will become familiar with the concept of addition and its key terms. The author and illustrator of the best-selling Words Are CATegorical(R) series use their trademark sense of humor to add up the fun
- Code with Scratch--projects like making a dog walk through the park, sending your friend a card, and devising a full-scoring game
- Build your own computer--really
- Create your own digital fortune-teller, with the Python language.
- Make your own smartphone gloves.
- Make light-up bracelets.
- Code a motion sensor that tells you when someone enters your room.
- And lots more
Have you used any numbers this week? You might be trying to remember when you last did a math problem but think again Have you made a phone call? Have you written someone's address? Have you worn a team jersey? Have you turned to a page in a book to do your homework assignment? Have you used any money? Or celebrated a birthday? Chances are you have used lots of numbers lately Though you may not realize it, you see hundreds of numbers each day. This book shows you twenty-six different ways to use numbers one for each letter of the alphabet. Can you think of more ways numbers are used? Search the pictures for ideas.
Take the guess work out of problem solving with "Number Crunch" a new book for elementary school students who want to sharpen their math skills and boost their brain power.
Complete with a fully-functioning calculator built into the book to check answers, "Number Crunch" contains practical problems, puzzles, games, and activities to build the essential math skills needed in school including seeing patterns, checking estimates, and solving the types of math problems encountered in everyday life all while making learning math fun.
Ideal for developing reasoning skills, as well as encouraging growth in numeracy, the kid-friendly visuals complete with infographics, and themed spreads in "Number Crunch" all add up to fun.
Supports the Common Core State Standards"
Provide your first-grade students with 10 to 15 minutes of daily math practice specifically developed to meet Common Core The frequent, focused practice improves math skills, and each title includes downloadable home-school connection activities. How it works: Students complete five short math problems on days 1-4. The day 5 activity provides more extensive practice and asks students to think critically.