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by Marsha Winborn,Stuart J. Murphy

  • Author: Marsha Winborn,Stuart J. Murphy
  • ISBN: 006028918X
  • ISBN13: 978-0060289188
  • ePub: 1643 kb | FB2: 1501 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; 1 edition (August 20, 2002)
  • Pages: 40
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 838
  • Format: doc rtf lit mbr
Bigger, Better, Best! (MathStart 2) ePub download

Stuart J. Murphy is a visual learning specialist. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, he has a strong background in design and art direction

Stuart J. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, he has a strong background in design and art direction. He also has extensive experience in the world of educational publishing. Drawing on all these talents, Stuart J. Murphy brings a unique perspective to the MathStart series. In MathStart books, pictures do more than tell stories; they teach math. Stuart J. Murphy and his wife, Nancy, live in Boston.

Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area). In MathStart books, pictures do more than tell stories; they teach math

Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area). In their family′s new house, Jenny and Jeff are driving their little sister, Jill, crazy. Marsha Winborn, illustrator of A Valentine for Norman Noggs, has also illustrated Grandma's Cat and the Digby and Kate series. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Marsha Winborn es ilustradora de varios libros para lectores jóvenes, incluyendo A Valentine for Norman Noggs, por Valiska Gregory, Pepper's Journal y Probably Pistachio por Stuart J. Murphy, y Eggnapped!, por Marisa Montes.

Bigger, Better, Best! book. Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area). 0064462471 (ISBN13: 9780064462471). Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area)In their family′s new.

Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area) In their family's new house, Jenny and Jeff are driving their little sister, Jill, crazy. Bigger, Better, Best! (Part of the MathStart Level 2 Series).

Bigger, Better, Best! (Part of the MathStart Level 2 Series).

MathStart 2. English. By (author) Stuart J. Murphy, Illustrated by Marsha Winborn

MathStart 2. Murphy, Illustrated by Marsha Winborn. Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area) In their family's new house, Jenny and Jeff are driving their little sister, Jill, crazy. Who has the bigger window? Who has the bigger bedroom?

This Math Start title entwines the basic geometry concept of area, with an engaging family story of sibling rivalry. by Stuart J. Murphy & illustrated by Marsha Winborn.

This Math Start title entwines the basic geometry concept of area, with an engaging family story of sibling rivalry. Jenny and Jeff argue about everything. When the family moves to a new house, each child selects a bedroom, and then they argue about which room is best: " ‘Ha! I told you my room is better,' Jenny said. Look how big my window i. ‘I've got a window too,' said Jeff.

Bigger, Better, Best! (LEVEL 2: Area) In their family′s new house, Jenny and Jeff are driving their little sister, Jill, crazy. Illustrator(s). Murphy and his wife, Nancy, live in Boston

Mathstart 2. Marsha Winborn es ilustradora de varios libros para lectores jovenes, incluyendo A Valentine for Norman Noggs, por Valiska Gregory, Pepper's Journal y Probably Pistachio por Stuart J. Country of Publication.

33 pages : 22 x 26 cm. In their family's new house, Jenny, Jeff, and Jill use a simple geometry concept to calculate area and prove, once and for all, whose room is bigger. Includes bibliographical references (page 33). LG Accelerated Reader AR .

Jenny and Jeff are driving their little sister, Jill, crazy, and now that the family is moving into their new house it's worse than ever. Who'll have the bigger window? Who'll have the bigger bedroom? How can they measure the space so that they'll know for sure?

Jenny and Jeff must calculate area to settle their debate. This simple geometry concept will prove once and for all whose room is bigger -- but maybe Jill can show her squabbling siblings that bigger isn't always better!

Velan
Great book for teaching math concepts.
Talvinl
Excellent book for helping students connect the array model of multiplication to real-world math.
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Urreur
My kids really enjoy this book. The only thing that concerns me are the character traits that the children show; although it's a cute story most of it has to do with a brother and sister fighting over every little silly thing. While it's easy to relate to and is humorous, I wouldn't want my children speaking to each other that way.
Shakagul
Very good book to supplement AREA lessons. 2nd grade math
Heraly
Teacher use.
Gaeuney
It was in great shape, and it was very helpful for teaching the concept of area!
Great for teachers!
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