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By Peat, Ann
How long does it take? Some things happen very quickly. When you run a race, you run fast for a few minutes. Other things take more time. A train trip might take a day or even longer. Explore the concept of time with everyday examples from the readers world, such as school, the p ...
By Merttens, Ruth
How big are you? What are sizes and how can they be different? Everyone tells you how big you are getting. You can use a growth chart to see how tall you are. You compare how tall you are with the lines on the chart. Comparing is looking at two things together. This title that lo ...
This series explores mathematical concepts like numbers, shapes, size, and time by using examples and environments common to children's everyday lives, such as school, the playground, and home.
Why do some things have numbers? What are numbers? Some things look alike. We put numbers on them to tell them apart. This bus has a number on it. The number tells the riders where the bus will go. This title that examines numbers and ways readers can use them.
What do flat shapes look like? Some flat shapes have straight sides. Some flat shapes have curved sides. Some flat shapes have corners, too. This title introduces readers to various shapes and where they can be found.
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