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Maths through language

Sharon Shepherd

Maths through language

making words add up!

by Sharon Shepherd

  • 171 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by R.I.C.Publications .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Sharon Shepherd and Maxine Saunders. Book 1.
SeriesPrim-Ed Publishing
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21724463M
ISBN 10186400164X

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Because of beginning the Brainy Day Books, Burns began to edit Scholastic's Hello Math Reader series, which produces easy readers for children in Pre-K through grade 3. Each book offers activities at the end of the stories. There are now more than 30 books in that collection.   Literacy (recipes in large print, braille, or audio), math (showing the real-world application of counting, adding and subtracting fractions, multiplication), and all areas of the Expanded Core Curriculum (including independent living skills, social skills, communication, orientation & mobility, and technology) can be taught through cooking, and the activity can easily be expanded to include .

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