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There are 5 books in this set.
Do you need to figure out how far the baseball field is from your home, or how much your little sister weighs? With the combined math and science approach of this series, you'll be able to figure out those measurements and more. Each title explores a different type of measurement and shows how we measure in science as well as in everyday life. Readers will learn how to identify and use measuring devices including rulers, scales, speedometers, and thermometers.
Using familiar shapes, objects and scenarios, readers will learn the important math skill of measuring distance, area, and volume. They'll also be introduced ...
Readers may know what they weigh, but do they know and understand what their mass is? They will after they read this book, which explores the difference ...
Figuring out how far away something is and how long it will take to get there involves understanding speed, acceleration, and distance. Readers get an ...
When you're sick and have a fever, your parents measure your temperature with a thermometer. When you want to know how cold or warm it is outside, you also use ...
Have you noticed that sometimes time seems to go by very quickly and other times it drags? Even though it may feel that way, time moves along at the same pace ...
"This well-written series shows everyday life applications for math and uses colorful illustrations, pictures, and graphs to appeal to students. Each topic in the series is carefully explained for the target audience, with examples to illustrate points. Size of text and font is suitable for this age group with uncluttered pages designed so that text is set off with the illustrations, graphs, or drawings placed vertically. Key words appear in bold. Science specialists and classroom teachers will be glad to have these. The series is a nice replacement for those old, tired, unattractive books that may be gathering dust on library shelves. Bibliography. Glossary. Websites. –Leslie Greaves Radloff, Teacher/Librarian, Maxfield Technology Magnet, St. Paul, Minnesota Library Media Connection November/December 2010 Issue" - Library Media Connection
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