Please pay special attention to the description of these books because they are hurt books (slightly damaged) but we hope that you can still use them in your classroom. The books may have slight damage to the covers, such as, scratches, dents, nicks, scuffs, or ink marks. The inside pages are typically in perfect condition.
*Please note that books are sold as is, do not count towards our buy 10 get 1 free sale or our TAKE5 offer, and all sales are final.*
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Grandpa's taking all the grandkids to the neatest amusement park ever: Safari Park. All the Jungle King rides cost 4 tickets. Rhino Rides are just two tickets. Monkey Games and Tiger Treats are a bargain at one ticket each. But a ride on the "spectacular, amazing, heart-pounding Terrible Tarantula" costs six tickets! Each of the kids has 20 tickets and has to figure out the best combination to have the most fun. Which would you choose?
An essential part of early algebraic thinking is understanding a "number sentence" with a missing element (8 + ? = 20), and the process for figuring out the unknown.
Stuart J. Murphy is a Boston-based author and visual learning strategist. He is the author of the award-winning MathStartseries, which includes a total of 63 children’s books that present mathematical concepts in the context of stories for Pre-K through Grade 4. He is also the author of Stuart J. Murphy’s I SEE I LEARN, a 16-book series of storybooks for children in Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Grade 1 that focus on social, emotional, health and safety, and cognitive skills. Stuart is on the authorship team of a number of mathematics programs published by Savvas Learning, formerly Pearson Education, and a frequent presenter at educational conferences. Most of all, Stuart is an advocate of helping our children develop their visual learning skills so they become more successful students.