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Product NameOur School Garden (Mathematics Readers)
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
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Length7 inches    (convert)
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AuthorTeacher Created Materials
Page Count32
BindingPaperback
Published07/02/2010
Long DescriptionThe students in this book are learning about gardens. One grade is planting a pizza garden, and another grade is planting a storybook garden. Although they are planting different things, they will all use patterns in their planning! With vibrant photos, math charts and diagrams, grade-appropriate text, and informational text features to help navigate the text, students will learn about practical, real-world applications of math skills as they learn about mathematical patterns and build their STEM skills.
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