The Penny Pot -

The Penny Pot

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Help kids with their math skills plus their reading skills with the engaging and fun MathStart series! The Penny Pot is perfect for teaching counting coins to second, third, and fourth graders. Life-size coins and a cat named Chester will soon have readers confidently counting coins along with Jessie and her friends at the face-painting booth. Kids will love the story and the funny illustrations by Lynne Cravath. Parents and other educators will love how the story and pictures make understanding comparisons a breeze-as well as the concrete examples of how math works! The book contains activities for adults to do with kids to extend math into their own lives! Math = Fun! MathStart is an award-winning series by Stuart J. Murphy that teaches math through stories and visual models. Young readers find the stories engaging and relatable, because each story revolves around practical applications of the math concept being presented and features lively art from top-notch illustrators. Charts and other visual representations help children understand how the math works and promote deeper comprehension. This unique combination of stories, illustrations, and visual models helps teachers and parents in the teaching of math and provides all children with the opportunity to succeed. The 63-book series is divided into three levels with 21 books in each. The math concepts taught in MathStart books conform to state and national standards. Level 1 is Pre-K-Kindergarten; Level 2 is Grades 1-3; Level 3 is Grades 2-4. The series follows math topics across grades so there is a foundational path to learning that runs through the levels.

Product code: 9780064467179

ISBN 9780064467179
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H203xW249xS2
Series MathStart 3
No. Of Pages 40
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers Inc
Illustrated By Lynne Cravath
On Sale Date 18/09/2017
The face painting booth at the school fair provides plenty of opportunities to count combinations of coins adding up to fifty.