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Math at the Bank: Place Value and Properties of Operations


Series
Core Math Skills

by
Ian F. Mahaney

Edition
Library edition
Publisher
Rosen Publishing
Imprint
PowerKids
ISBN
9781448896554
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Math at the Bank brings numbers to the real world, using bank transactions to teach place value and the properties of math operations. Opening a bank account, for example, may use the commutative property, and the associative property comes into play when filling out a deposit slip. Large color photographs of children and adults interacting with money emphasize the material’s relevance and familiarize young readers with potentially unfamiliar aspects of banking. “Figure It Out” problems on every spread test reader comprehension. The back matter includes answers and explanations, as well as a glossary, link to publisher-approved Web sites, and index.

Details

Format

Print

Page Count

24

Trim Size

8" x 8"

Dewey

513.2/1

AR

4.8: points 0.5

Lexile

NC810L

Scholastic Reading Counts

3

JLG Release

Dec 2013

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Praise & Reviews

School Library Journal

Series Review
Each volume presents specific concepts. For example, Bank examines saving money and place values, Kitchen discusses fractions, and Halloween explains multiplication and division. Each spread provides a short, clear explanation and then gives an example (e.g., cutting a sandwich, counting candy, or waiting in line at an amusement park). A “Figure It Out” problem on every spread will challenge but not frustrate children (answers are in the back). The examples are clearly explained and include computational basics and problem solving. The color photos are decorative, but do little to help enhance students’ understanding of the concepts. Readers who already have some knowledge of the topics but need further explanation and practice will get the most out of these titles.

Praise & Reviews

School Library Journal

Series Review
Each volume presents specific concepts. For example, Bank examines saving money and place values, Kitchen discusses fractions, and Halloween explains multiplication and division. Each spread provides a short, clear explanation and then gives an example (e.g., cutting a sandwich, counting candy, or waiting in line at an amusement park). A “Figure It Out” problem on every spread will challenge but not frustrate children (answers are in the back). The examples are clearly explained and include computational basics and problem solving. The color photos are decorative, but do little to help enhance students’ understanding of the concepts. Readers who already have some knowledge of the topics but need further explanation and practice will get the most out of these titles.

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