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  • Item #: 053050
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    Subtitled "Word Problems from Every Day Life", this supplemental math resource has been written specifically for homeschoolers. Offering three levels of difficulty, this book offers everyday math questions utilizing basic computation with no regrouping, basic computation with regrouping, beginning multiplication, double digit multiplication, and beginning fractions. Each level offers 80 practical word problems which incorporate a variety of real life examples. Here are samples from each of the levels: Level 1: "Amanda got 3 answers wrong on her test, and 5 answers correct. How many questions were on her test?" Level 2: "Mr. and Mrs. Garrison have 2 sets of twins, one set of triplets and 2 other children. How many Garrison children are there?" and Level 3: "You bought 14 stickers, each costing a quarter. How much money did you spend?"

    This handy resource will provide your kids realistic story problems allowing them to experience first-hand the importance of math in real life. (My only caveat: I noticed a few typographical errors. A minor distraction from an otherwise excellent product.). Black and White text/illustrations. Answers provided. Non-consumable. Spiral. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 032629
    ISBN: 9781603575065
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  • Item #: 063597
    ISBN: 9781583315781
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    Life in the Seas theme. Coverage includes addition/subtraction facts to 12; adding/subtracting two-digit numbers; number order through 100; ordinal numbers through 10th; place value to hundreds; fractions to ¼; time to nearest quarter hour; adding money; plane/solid figures; finding missing addends; writing number sentences; tally charts, pictographs, and bar graphs.

  • Item #: 063594
    ISBN: 9781583315774
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    Life in the Seas theme. Coverage includes addition/subtraction facts to 12; adding/subtracting two-digit numbers; number order through 100; ordinal numbers through 10th; place value to hundreds; fractions to ¼; time to nearest quarter hour; adding money; plane/solid figures; finding missing addends; writing number sentences; tally charts, pictographs, and bar graphs.
  • Item #: 045783
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    This set of coins includes 20 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, and 4 quarters made of sturdy plastic.

  • Item #: 013411
    ISBN: 9781591983866
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    Telling time on the hour, half hour, quarter, every five minutes, ten minutes, all minutes, and a.m. and p.m.

  • Item #: 035740
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    Coins range from 1.5” to 2” in diameter, and the set includes 10 pennies, 5 nickels, 10 dimes and 8 quarters.

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  • Item #: 036040
    ISBN: 9781933241272
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    A follow-up to My Book of Easy Telling Time, this workbook begins with a review of telling time in hours and half-hours and then quickly moves to minutes. Children will practice counting to sixty, learn about 5-minute increments and quarters as well.

  • Item #: 060209
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    There are 2 levels: Level 1 uses whole numbers to millions, and Level 2 uses decimal numbers to the thousandths. The front of the card shows a number with one of its digits underlined (showing to what place the student is to round). The reverse shows the reasonable estimate and three statements; only one of which might be a good use of that number. For example, 332 would most reasonably be rounded to 330. This number would most reasonably be applied to 1) the number of miles from New York City to London, England; 2) the number of islands that make up Fiji; 3) number of candy bars in 5 bags of candy, each with a dozen bars. 179 cards w/ instruction & reference cards.

  • Item #: 032647
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    These 11 cardboard pizzas provide you with an exceptional (and tasty looking!) manipulative for teaching fractions. Double-sided pizzas are cut into halves, thirds, quarters, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths, with the fractional size of each piece written on only one side of the pizza. Instructions and spinners are included for seven 2-4 player games which teach adding fractions to make a whole, adding fractions to one-half, equivalencies, reducing fractions, and finding factors.

  • Item #: 047866
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    This set of 94 plastic coins contains 30 pennies, 20 nickels, 20 dimes, 20 quarters, and 4 half-dollars. The coins are realistically sized and colored, complete with realistic "engraved" images (coin edges have ridges, where appropriate). Great for hands-on math practice. ~ Lisa

    CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 060522
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      Make a colorful chain with easy-to-connect oval links. You get 50 each of red, yellow, lime, aqua and purple. These are great for counting, sorting, patterning, measurement, graphing and more. Practice addition and subtraction. Add a link for every day of school. Change colors every week, then count how many weeks of school each month, quarter, semester, etc. Use them to count down to a vacation or birthday at home! Students can add a link daily and keep track of their attendance. You could even decorate a bed room or play space with these!  Each link is approximately .5x1.5” and 4mm thick, 250 links ~ Sara CHOKE HAZARD

  • Item #: 025302
    ISBN: 9780768225297
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    Like our other large Judy Clock, this is geared and rugged enough to go through several kids. I like this one as the red hour hand matches the red hour numbers and the blue minute hand matches the blue minute tic marks. All this makes teaching time to the hour, half-hour, quarter-hour and minute much easier! The numbers are easy to read in five-minute intervals and is very kid friendly to use. It also comes with an activity guide and metal stand. ~ Phyllis

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    Clock manipulatives are common, but an important tool for helping learn time. This specific clock is bright orange. Geared, the hour hand moves just as it would on a real clock (example: if the time is 6:30 the hour hand would be between the six and the seven instead of directly on top on the six.)  A nice choice for learning to tell time. Laura

  • Item #: 064908
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       Understanding fractions is often one of the toughest concepts for children to conquer. Sure, they pick up halves, quarters and wholes easily, but transferring that understanding to numbers larger than 1 often presents a challenge. This vital set builds upon children’s basic understanding and teaches them how to work out the fractional part of any given quantity. For example, find 3/4 of 20 or 4/6 of 30. Best of all, it does not ‘tell them’ how to solve the fractional equation, rather it shows them how and gives them opportunities to master the concept through hands on activities! Set includes color coded foam shapes to make 5 polygons: circle, rectangle, square, pentagon and hexagon. Five foam dice are color coded to match polygons; 20 fraction cards (1/2 -6/6) and 36 plastic pegs are included. The enclosed instruction pamphlet provides 3 levels of guidance. In stage 1, Understanding Basic Fractions, children use cards and polygons to solidify basic understanding. In Stage 2, Fractions of Quantities, children use fraction cards, die and polygon to solve equations involving fractional quantities. Stage 3 summarizes Support and Reinforcement. Excellent resource to help children “see’ and master fractional quantities. Cardboard box for storage included. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 054442
    ISBN: 9781463593124
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    Versatile and condensed makes this booklet a valuable asset for any homeschool family. Created for use with the Starline Press curricula, this booklet contains templates for grade keeping in nine academic areas (Math, English, Social Studies, Science, Elective, PE and 3 “other” blank categories). Grading periods are divided into quarters, each quarter containing 10 weeks. Each undated page contains 2 weeks at a glance. Also included is a year-end summary divided into quarters and semesters, a unit achievement record specific to the Starline Press units, and High School Credit Maps to aid parents planning for entry into state colleges along with minimum graduation requirements specific to obtain a California state high school diploma. A Star Chart is also included corresponding to the Starline Press philosophy. While fairly self-explanatory, instructions are available on the Starline Press website in their PDF procedure manual. 31 pgs, pb. Deanne

  • Item #: 049324
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    Looking for an alternative to the classic pretend money to liven up learning about our currency? This set of ten white "money" dice, each of which has six sides: 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢ and $, all printed in green. So, what do you with money dice? I have a few ideas! Let children roll the dice and total up each roll. The first one to get ten dollars wins. Or maybe roll the dice and total the amounts on a paper. Give each child a quarter for every five dollar increment on their total sheet. After you decide to stop (20 minutes or so,) have each child show their totals and explain their math. Maybe you could write a total (like $3.61) and your child can show you the number using the dice - $, $, $, 50¢, 10¢, 1¢. Try this the other way around too. ~ Sara

    CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 045437
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    There is so much to be learned using play money! My kids used to make a pet shop with their stuffed animals and I would come and buy something at their store. It was darling and they would have loved having play money to use. Think of the counting and math they have to do when making change! This large wooden tray has 6 places for bills and 5 spots for change. All of the money is realistic in size and color, though clearly pretend. The box measures 18" long x 10.25 wide and 1.25" high. Use this set in your math lessons when kids are learning about money. You could even use the pretend money for behavior incentives and let them buy "privileges" around the house once a week. At the bottom of each box area is a picture of what goes there. Bills include a stack of $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. Coins include a bag of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and half dollars over 500 pieces in all. There is plenty here to play with! ~ Sara

    1CHOKING HAZARD 3+

  • Item #: 053446
    ISBN: 9780807522813
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    At 70 miles per hour there are many things faster than a cheetah, but you are not one of them! Even if you run very hard, you might reach a speed of 15 miles an hour. An airplane is faster, and a rocket is faster than that! But do you know what is the fastest? The answer is at the end of this book, along with how long it would take to reach the moon if you were a cheetah or an airplane. There are a lot of math facts in this little book about speed. Kids also get some new vocabulary words like meteoroid, supersonic and air friction. Colorful, sketchy illustrations and a large playful font make this a fun book to read. I liked the horizontal layout, too. The backgrounds are a watery blend of blues and purples. 30 pp, pb, 7" x 10" ~ Sara

  • Item #: 057806
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    Have a Bee-ootiful time with your math manipulatives. The 20, double-sided, insect-themed activity cards are decorated with whimsical nature designs while also providing varied options for pattern blocks. Kids place the pieces on the cards, which are numbered and progress in difficulty. Use the shapes to learn patterning, symmetry, counting, tracing, sorting by attributes or use in conjunction with a light table for creative play. Five of the cards have large patterns to fill in multiple ways; five cards have smaller shapes with picture directions. Ten cards include scenes with lines drawn in to help the child select the correct pieces. As kids advance, they can place alternate pieces to make the same shapes. 136 translucent pattern pieces are included in various sizes and come in blue, purple, green, yellow and orange. Set includes 4 large each of squares, circles, hexagons and equilateral triangles; 8 large each of right triangles, rectangles, rhombuses, trapezoids and half circles; and 16 small squares, right triangles, equilateral triangles, tall right triangles and quarter circles. Instructions are in English, Spanish, German and French. Aligns with common core standards. Lots of creative and educational use from this set. ~ Ruth