Math K5 Student Worktext 4th Edition BJU Press

Math K5 Student Worktext 4th Edition BJU Press

The Math K5 Student Worktext, 4th ed. will help your kindergarten student develop an understanding of numbers and how they are used to represent addition, subtraction, measurement, and more. The program has a farm theme that makes learning fun and incorporates age-appropriate stories, colorful illustrations, and connections to real-world problems. Students will make friends with theme characters Farmer Brown, Mrs. Brown, and Cheddar as they count animals, add plants to the garden, and measure the length of a fence. The pages are intended to be teacher-guided and provide practice as well as application from the lesson. Chapter reviews and cumulative reviews are included as well as a section entitled Math in the Homeö that suggests ways that parents can make practical applications of math concepts.
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ISBN10 1606824856
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