Compares the size of landforms and places such as lake and ocean, town and city
Counts and graphs numbers of farm animals
Practices ordinal numbers by looking for objects and animals in different settings
Easy-to-read text explains how various zoo animals find and eat their food.
Asks what numbers mean in different places
Looks at three dimensional shapes in buildings
Counts colored shapes in a variety of flags.
Sorts and classifies different items found on the beach
Compares distances for kicking, throwing and hitting balls
Teaches animal group names while counting by twos
Looks at a variety of groups and determines which ones are different
Asks readers about events that are likely to happen during the day
Compares the heights of four animals.
Practices use of positional language, counting and observation of different animals
Looks at birds' different beak shapes by using mathematical language such as long, wide and curved
Compares different measurements of a cheetah's size and speed.
Describes sizes of different landforms in a canyon
Shows things people create with designs and patterns
Follows a young shopper spending coins at the market
Shows the measuring of ingredients to make pancakes
Shows the use s of fractions, halves and fourths, in the pizza parlor
Looks at the different features of a child and his pet
Uses the concept of heavy and light in packing for a hike
Looks at the importance of triangles in things people build and use
Tallies the number of ice cream flavors sold
Looks at texture and color in assorted rocks
Looks at temperature in different cities in the United States
Shows how to create a stained glass design using shapes and colors
Looks at the sizes of the antlers of the white-tailed deer, the moose and others
Compares the height and weight of a giraffe to common objects
Focuses on the importance of the triangle and the arch for building a strong tower
Identifies lines of symmetry in animals and plants.
Compares sizes of different family members
Uses measurement and addition to show the life cycle of the monarch butterfly
Looks at the times some typical events during the week begin and end
Uses measurement and fractions in baking gingerbread.
Estimates the number of people in different settings
Teaches the use of shapes and following directions in creating an origami frog.
Uses a map and basic map skills to help find a treasure
Fractions are all around us. In this book, students explore how most things can be divided into fractions and learn the importance of fractions in everyday life.
Examines time lapse during certain events
Look at the usefulness of math in exploring new environments
Looks at the largest, fastest, and strongest of animals.
Compares heavy and light objects in the garden
Uses data and graphs to show the positive effects of conservation efforts.
Learn more about gravity, the force that keeps your feet on the ground. Gravity is very different on the Moon.
The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is a huge coral reef. It is home to many plants and animals, forming a complex ecosystem.
There are many things in the body that you can count. Bones, teeth, muscles, and hair can all be counted. This book examines numbers and measurements related to the human body.
Shows data collected on different species viewed during a boating trip in this national park
Look at the math and physical science used in building this famous bridge
Compares the size of this prehistoric crocodile to crocs of today
Looks at the number of people who visit famous places around the world
Teaches simple counting and position games played in different countries
Describes ways of telling time before and after the invention of the clock
Legs teaches counting by twos by counting the legs of animals.
Looks at numbers in relation to this huge buildings capacity
Discover why we celebrate Earth Day and learn more about people who protect the Earth.
Looks at facts and figures of a 26-mile race.
Highlights numbers related to this famous trail and the people who use it
Examines Alaska's daylight and varying temperatures and their effect on every day life
Looks at numbers of people riding on a bike, in a boat, and in a car.
Sorts leaves by shape, size and color
Focuses on finding round shapes in a variety of settings.
Shows a child and adult selecting fabric patterns to make an art smock