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Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. All the math you need for a typical 3 year old presented in full color with illustrations designed to appeal to young children.

Dice set contains 12 dice in a variety of colors. All dice are 16mm. Four have the conventional dots on the faces. Four have the numerals from one to six written out as words. The final four dice show numerals.

Remember the fun you had with dice games as a child? Did you realize how much you were learning as you matched the dots on the dice with a numerical quantity and counted on a play board. Add to the learning by using this dice set with our Snakes and Ladders or your favorite game.

Dice set contains 6 dice. All dice are 20mm. Two have the conventional dots on the faces. Two have the numerals from one to six written out as words. The final two dice show numerals.

Remember the fun you had with dice games as a child? Did you realize how much you were learning as you matched the dots on the dice with a numerical quantity and counted on a play board. Add to the learning by using this dice set with our Snakes and Ladders or your favorite game.

Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. All the math you need for a typical 4 year old presented in full color with illustrations designed to appeal to young children.

Set of 100 soft foam pattern blocks for use with Hands on Thinking Skills and Building Thinking Skills Primary. Six different shapes in six different colors for teaching counting, sorting, patterning, shape recognition and spatial reasoning.

Sixty-piece set of hard plastic attribute blocks includes five shapes, two sizes, two thicknesses and three colors. Set comes in a convenient storage tray with shape sorter that can be used for tracing. Ships priority mail for the price of ground - see shipping policy.

Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Complete math curriculum for the typical Kindergarten child. Bright children can use this title at a younger age.

Understanding analogies and the ability to reason analogically are important problem-solving skills. There are few resources to assist children in the explict use of analogous reasoning with quantitative and spatial information. This series fills that void.

Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Complete math curriculum for the typical first grade child. Bright children can use this title at a younger age.

Mathematical Reasoning™ helps your child devise strategies to solve a wide variety of math problems. These books emphasize problem solving and computation to build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Complete math curriculum for the typical second grade child. Bright children can use this title at a younger age.

Understanding analogies and the ability to reason analogically are important problem-solving skills. There are few resources to assist children in the explict use of analogous reasoning with quantitative and spatial information. This series fills that void.

Grade(s): 2-6 Pages: 48, perforated, reproducible Format: student book with answers

Children develop deductive thinking and pre-algebra skills as they solve balance puzzles. Children must analyze each balance to identify the clues, and then synthesize the information to solve the puzzle.

Reinforce 2nd to 4th grade math concepts and skills by asking students to apply these skills and concepts to non-routine problems. Applying mathematical knowledge to new problems is the ultimate test of concept mastery and mathematical reasoning. This is the difference between quantitative reasoning and math. Solutions included.

Spectrum Word Problems provides clear examples of how the math skills students learn in school apply to everyday life with challenging, multi-step word problems, skills that are essential to proficiency with the Common Core Standards

Math Detective® uses topics and skills drawn from national math standards to prepare your students for advanced math courses and assessments that measure reasoning, reading comprehension, and writing in math.

Students read a short story that includes a chart, table, or graph. Next they answer critical thinking questions to improve their understanding of the math concept and develop their critical thinking (comprehension) skills. Students can’t just scan the story for answers—they must carefully analyze and synthesize the information from the text and the chart, table, or graph to explain and support their answers.

Diverse reproducible activity pages range from completing simple patterns to data sorting and classification. The activities develop conceptual skills that will be important to success in more abstract math subjects.

Designed for students who need more challenging material than they typically encounter in most math curricula. Each chapter contains instruction and problems at 4 levels of difficulty. In addition, each chapter includes multiple “problem sets” in which a single problem type is presented in increasingly complex steps, illustrating how a simpler problem can progress from one step to multistep problem solving.

Singapore Math Challenge provides thought-provoking problems, puzzles, and brainteasers that will strengthen mathematical thinking. Step-by-step strategies are clearly explained for solving problems at varied levels of difficulty. A complete, worked solution is also provided for each problem.

Spectrum Word Problems provides clear examples of how the math skills students learn in school apply to everyday life with challenging, multi-step word problems, skills that are essential to proficiency with the Common Core Standards

Understanding analogies and the ability to reason analogically are important problem-solving skills. There are few resources to assist children in the explict use of analogous reasoning with quantitative and spatial information. This series fills that void.

Reinforce 4th to 6th grade math concepts and skills by asking students to apply these skills and concepts to non-routine problems. Applying mathematical knowledge to new problems is the ultimate test of concept mastery and mathematical reasoning. This is the difference between quantitative reasoning and math. Solutions included.

Children develop deductive thinking and pre-algebra skills as they solve balance puzzles. Children must analyze each balance to identify the clues, and then synthesize the information to solve the puzzle.

This book offers differentiated pages that enable teachers to effectively cover all NCTM strands while building building skills and providing targeted practice to meet individual student needs. Thinking Kids’™ Math Analogies teaches basic number relationships and higher-level thinking by infusing basic math and problem-solving skills into each problem. The activities cover each strand with three levels of difficulty to allow for differentiated instruction.

Spectrum Word Problems provides clear examples of how the math skills students learn in school apply to everyday life with challenging, multi-step word problems, skills that are essential to proficiency with the Common Core Standards

Challenge Math provides enrichment math activities and develops student problem solving skills. Over 1000 problems at three levels of difficulty to challenge even the brightest students.

Mathematicians and scientists have been closely tied to many famous disasters like the Challenger explosion. Discover the ten things our future mathematicians and scientists must know to prevent these kinds of tragedies from occurring and learn about the strong connections between mathematics and science in the real world.

Every math student needs a tool belt of problem solving strategies to call upon when solving word problems. In addition to many traditional strategies, this book includes new techniques such as Think 1, the 2-10 method, and others developed. Each chapter contains problems at five levels of difficulty to meet the needs of not only the average math student, but also the highly gifted.

Fascinating math investigations will keep students engaged as they cut through deception and flawed thinking. Problems are presented at four levels of difficulty, and detailed solutions are provided.

Algebra is often taught in an abstract manner with little or no emphasis on what algebra is or how it can be used to solve real problems. Real World Algebra explains how word problems can be "translated" into the language of Mathematics in an easy to understand format using cartoons and drawings.

Singapore Math Challenge provides thought-provoking problems, puzzles, and brainteasers that will strengthen mathematical thinking. Step-by-step strategies are clearly explained for solving problems at varied levels of difficulty. A complete, worked solution is also provided for each problem.

A must-have for parents and students alike, this comprehensive resource provides definitions, descriptions, and illustrations in all areas of elementary and middle school mathematics. It is designed to explain the language and concepts of mathematics in easily understood terms for school and home use.

Rich and
diverse collections of pattern problems for students to explore,
investigate, discover, and create. Forty activity sets in each book are
divided into five themes that appear in rotating order:

Math Detective® uses topics and skills drawn from national math standards to prepare your students for advanced math courses and assessments that measure reasoning, reading comprehension, and writing in math.

Singapore Math Challenge provides thought-provoking problems, puzzles, and brainteasers that will strengthen mathematical thinking. Step-by-step strategies are clearly explained for solving problems at varied levels of difficulty. A complete, worked solution is also provided for each problem.

This book offers differentiated pages that enable teachers to effectively cover all NCTM strands while building building skills and providing targeted practice to meet individual student needs. Thinking Kids’™ Math Analogies teaches basic number relationships and higher-level thinking by infusing basic math and problem-solving skills into each problem.

Spectrum Word Problems provides clear examples of how the math skills students learn in school apply to everyday life with challenging, multi-step word problems, skills that are essential to proficiency with the Common Core Standards

Understanding analogies and the ability to reason analogically are important problem-solving skills. There are few resources to assist children in the explicit use of analogous reasoning with quantitative and spatial information. This series fills that void.

This
collection of 150 problems recasts more traditional math problems from a single
calculation to two or more calculations to to make a comparison and come to a final conclusion.

Children develop deductive thinking and pre-algebra skills as they solve balance puzzles. Children must analyze each balance to identify the clues, and then synthesize the information to solve the puzzle.

What do you get when you mix the antics of a cynical (but lovable) cat with dozens of clever (and challenging) math problems? You get unique ventures that put your math skills to good use - plus get a lot of adventuresome, mind-stretching fun.

700 fun and challenging questions (and answers) designed for advanced students in 6th grade and up. Each challenge page contains a question in each of seven curriculum areas including: math, money, science, geography, history/government, facts & factoids, and language of algebra. Questions represent a range of relevant and important knowledge areas that will prompt students into further research and discussion.

700 fun and challenging questions (and answers) designed for advanced students in 6th grade and up. Each challenge page contains a question in each of seven curriculum areas including: math, money, science, geography, history/government, facts & analogies, and factoids. Questions represent a range of relevant and important knowledge areas that will prompt students into further research and discussion.

Spectrum Word Problems provides clear examples of how the math skills students learn in school apply to everyday life with challenging, multi-step word problems, skills that are essential to proficiency with the Common Core Standards

This book provides all the instruction, practice, and review students need to understand Pre-Algebra from the beginning of the year to the end. Step-by-step explanations, complete practice problems, and fun extension activities will help students in grades 6 and up master even the most challenging topics.

Grades:6-8 Pages: 128, Perforated Reproducible for single classroom use only

The
100+ Series, Math Practice, offers in-depth practice and review for
challenging middle school math topics including ratios and proportional
relationships, the number system, expressions and equations, geometry,
and statistics and probability. Bonus activities on each page help
extend the learning and activities, making these books perfect for daily
review in the classroom or at home.

Reinforce 7th and 8th grade math concepts and skills by asking students to apply these skills and concepts to non-routine problems. Applying mathematical knowledge to new problems is the ultimate test of concept mastery and mathematical reasoning. This is the difference between quantitative reasoning and math. Solutions included.

Successful completion of this middle school geometry course will virtually guarantee a student’s success in high school geometry. Although the geometric concepts of perimeter, area, and volume are taught piecemeal from elementary school through middle school, many students enter high school without the skills and knowledge to succeed in high school geometry. This book teaches students an understanding of the reasoning behind the properties taught in geometry instead of merely asking them to memorize them.

Algebra is the gateway to success in future math and science courses in high school. Students who have a solid algebra background will have no trouble with the algebra problems from SAT and even the GRE. Understanding Algebra I highlights vocabulary, notation, and has examples from the history of math.

Algebra Test Prep and Review provides students with a clear,
easy-to-understand, step-by-step review of Algebra I & II. It can be
used to supplement an algebra textbook or as a study guide for students
taking standardized tests covering algebra. Students learn helpful
procedures and strategies for solving algebra word problems using
real-world application examples.

Children develop deductive thinking and pre-algebra skills as they solve balance puzzles. Children must analyze each balance to identify the clues, and then synthesize the information to solve the puzzle.

Understanding analogies and the ability to reason analogically are important problem-solving skills. There are few resources to assist children in the explict use of analogous reasoning with quantitative and spatial information. This series fills that void.