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Pete the Cat Math Activities
Make math purr-fectly fun! Kindergarten workbook includes practice with patterns, written numerals, counting objects, counting a sequence, comparing numbers, addition and subtraction, measuring, identifying shapes, and more. The Grade 1 workbook includes practice with counting, comparing, addition and subtraction, word problems, whole numbers, place value, measuring, telling time, shapes, representing data, and more . 48 pages. $9.99 each TCZ 63512 Kindergarten TCZ 63514 Grade 1
Math Word Problems
For ALL Interactive Whiteboards & Computers
Help students "see" how to solve 110 grade-appropriate math problems.
Introduce concepts ranging from counting and telling time to algebra, geometry, probability, and logic.
Correlate activities to Common Core Standards.
Glance through the book to see the entire scope of the product.
Reproduce book pages for homework.
Use the PC/Mac CD with any computer and with ALL brands of interactive whiteboards, including but not limited to SMART , Promethean, Mimio , Starboard, Hitachi.
Individuals can do the activities on paper or a computer.
Small groups can work with an interactive whiteboard or computer.
Whole classes can work together to review assignments on interactive whiteboards. 64 pages + CD. $24.99 each TCZ 3845 Grade 1 TCZ 3850 Grade 2 TCZ 3854 Grade 3 TCZ 9980 Math Word Problems Set
$149.94 TCZ 3855 Grade 4 TCZ 3858 Grade 5 TCZ 3873 Grade 6
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Real-World Math Problem Solving
Using Nonfiction & Fiction Texts
Build problem-solving skills with this unique series that uses fiction and nonfiction text to present mathematical problems and situations. Students are required to read the passages then use critical thinking to complete each task. Each unit includes a sidebar with tips, tools, and strategies students can use in the problem-solving process. Extension activities are also provided to give them the opportunity to reflect on the passages and discuss their answers. Correlated to ELA & Math Common Core State Standards. 112 pages. $14.99 each TCZ 8387 Grade 2 TCZ 8388 Grade 3 TCZ 8389 Grade 4 TCZ 8390 Grade 5 TCZ 8391 Grade 6
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Recycling by the Numbers
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TCZ 9600 Real-World Math Problem Solving Set
Teacher Created Resources
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Cut & Paste: Math
Interactive activities and "cut and paste" worksheets help students develop literacy skills related to numbers, counting, adding, subtracting, problem solving, money, time, measuring, shapes, tallies, and graphs. 96 pages. Grades 1-3. TCZ 3708 $12.99
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