Fifth Grade Basic Math Success
Success in math requires children to make connections between the real world and math concepts in order to solve problems. Successful problem solvers will be ready for the challenges of mathematics as they advance to more complex topics. The activities in this workbook like Tic-Tac-Toe, Dueling Denominators, Simply Simplify, Fitting In and Fine Lines are designed to help your children catch up, keep up, and get ahead.
Published January 19, 2010. Paperback. 128 pages
Fifth Grade Super Math Success
Success in math requires children to make connections between the real world and math concepts in order to solve problems. Extra practice can help young problem solvers advance to more complex topics with confidence. The activities in this workbook like Tic-Tac-Toe, Dueling Denominators, Secret Meeting, Awesome Avatars, Cool Collections and Graph It are designed to help your children catch up, keep up, and get ahead.
Published July 6, 2010. Paperback. 320 pages
Fourth Grade Math Flashcards
These brand new flashcards provide plenty of practice with problem solving and key math concepts and are designed to help children catch up, keep up, and get ahead--and best of all, to have fun doing it! The box contains 230 flashcards with instructional content and colorful visuals, plus 10 blank cards that students can customize themselves with topics they need to review.
Published April 9, 2013. Paperback. 240 pages
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