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Kæmper dit barn med matematikken? Synes du, at det er svært at hjælpe med lektierne?Allerede tidligt i barnets skoleforløb begynder nogle forældre at fortvivle over matematiklektierne.Hvordan var det nu, man regner arealet af en trekant ud ...?Hvordan regner man med brøker ...?I denne bog er der hjælp at hente ... Trin for trin-forlaringer og overskueligeillustrationer gør det lettere at forstå selv kompliceret matematik!Bogen dækker den matematik, som bruges i grundskolen!
Propfyldt med sjove opgaver, klistermærker og diplom, som gør det endnu sjovere at lære!I denne bog lærer du om alle tallene fra 1 til 100, du lærer at tælle og regne og at kigge på både figurer og diagrammer
Det er sjovt at regne!I denne bog får I masser af sjove, spændende og lærerige regnestykker med plus og minus og de første gangetabeller fra 2 til 12.Bogen er illustreret med søde og hyggelige tegninger, der gør det endnu sjovere at løse opgaverne med plus og minus, prik til prik, labyrinter og masser af andre udfordringer.
From ratio snap to the pie chart game, these games help learners to develop their understanding of maths concepts. The book is arranged into 'Number', 'Geometry and measure', and 'Statistics and probability' with clear links to the Cambridge Primary Mathematics learning objectives so you can easily see how they support the curriculum framework. You'll find all the games boards and games cards, templates and record sheets you need for each activity in this book. These can also be downloaded in the accompanying digital version.
Carefully designed by elementary school teachers to complement the common core curriculum, the tasks provide an engaging and positive learning experience by: Practicing Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction; Understanding place value and number sense; Mastering Word Problems; Developing critical thinking skills with CogAT test prep. With 100+ pages of practice, your child will develop math confidence while also having fun with mazes and logic puzzles.The workbook comes with: A bonus maze section to encourage and engage children as they build skills progressively. Easy-to-follow explanations and Answer Key Large size - 8.5" x 11" Buy today, to help your students take their first step confidently into the fun world of math.It will work great in 1st Grade to challenge students. It's perfect in 2nd Grade and 3rd Grade, but they also might work in 4th Grade or 5th Grade as a review or for struggling students.
Matthew the adventurer and his trusted side-kick Toby embark on a perilous adventure to the secret realm of Nath. Nath is a mystical world of danger and obstacles that requires math skills, bravery, and a little luck in order to escape. Together, the duo must conquer the realm of Nath and defeat the tricky rhyming troll at all of his games in order to make it back home. Are their math skills sharp enough to be the only ones to ever defeat the troll? Find out, in Matthew the Math Explorer.
This book is written for the purpose of introducing elementary level learners to figures/shapes and names found in the study of geometry. The characters in the book are either named after geometric shapes or personalities from the world of mathematics. The students will enjoy learning the names and shapes found in the study of geometry by way of a fairy-tale-like description of these shapes and names in the context of a family¿s (the Geometry family) historical depiction while the teacher reads the story to the class
In this middle school student science book, What's the Matter with Starting Sixth Grade, the main concepts of physics and chemistry are explained through narrative, non-fiction text. Using concrete examples of mass and matter, students explore important ideas to understand mass, matter, atoms, molecules, gravity, volume, density, and buoyancy. Famous scientists such as John Dalton and Archimedes are introduced and their important theories and principals are each explained. The connection is made between concrete examples from the classroom to more abstract ideas such as the gravitational pull and mass of planets or black holes, the density of neutron stars, and space science technologies. Math instruction related to gravity and weight, volume, and density is modeled and practiced. Inquiry learning is promoted through researching and testing questions related to the topics. Each concept has an interactive link to computer simulated activities from the University of Colorado, a check for understanding quiz linked to Smart board express, supportive video clips, and even an interactive Periodic Table of Elements. Appendixes include resources and related activities. The book contents work well in hard copy or as an e-book edition. Have fun exploring What's the Matter with Starting Sixth Grade!About the AuthorKelley Staggs is a sixth grade teacher and non-fiction science writer in Colorado. She has a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Metropolitan State University in Denver, a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Colorado, and an Earth Science certification from Colorado School of Mines. She has published four books for the American Water Works Association including: Water Wonderful student book and teacher's guide (K-3) and The Story of Drinking Water student book and teacher's guide (4-6). Staggs lives in Arvada, Colorado, with her husband, four children, many pets, several hives of bees, and her classic Mustang.