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Take Me Out to the Math Game: Home Run Activities, Big League Word Problems and Hard Ball Quizzes--A Fun Workbook for 4-6th Graders

Take Me Out to the Math Game: Home Run Activities, Big League Word Problems and Hard Ball Quizzes--A Fun Workbook for 4-6th Graders
 

Reinforce your child's fifth-grade skills with Spectrum Math. With the progressive lessons in this workbook, your child will strengthen skills that include multiplication and division, fractions and decimals, and preparing for algebra.

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ISBN 9781612438108
Published 24 April 2018 by Ulysses Press
Available in EPUB format
Software Adobe Ebook Compatible Devices
Language en
Author(s) By Highling, Erin
Series Spectrum
Availability Wheelers ePlatform

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ISBN-13 9781612438108
ISBN-10
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Status Wheelers ePlatform
Publisher Ulysses Press
Imprint Ulysses Press
Publication Date 24 April 2018
Publication Country
Format EPUB ebook
Author(s) By Highling, Erin
Series Spectrum
Category Mathematics
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Interest Age 5-12 years
Reading Age 5-12 years
Dewey Code 372
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Description of this Electronic Book

Bring Math to Life with Balls, Strikes & Hits Math is everywhere, but nowhere is it more interesting than when it's part of the great American pastime. This workbook is a fun and engaging way to practice your math skills by relating every problem to baseball. Each activity in the book is based on real baseball situations, like batting averages, pitching speed and even stadium size. Use these scenarios to improve your math skills while also learning more about the game of baseball, on and off the field. You can go straight through the book, practicing each skill, or you can go to a specific chapter you need more practice with. Each chapter focuses on a different math skill: - Numbers in Base Ten - Operations and Algebraic Thinking - Number and Operations in Fractions - Measurement and Data - Geometry

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Author's Bio

Erin Highling is an elementary education teacher. She graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education K-6 and she also holds a Masters degree in Reading Specialization from Hood College. She has taught 4th and 5th grade students for almost 10 years and enjoys watching them grow and learn, especially in the areas of math and reading. Erin has grown up around baseball her entire life. With two older brothers and a dad who played, she developed a love of the game early on. She became a baseball manager in high school, where she met her husband, a college player and now high school coach. Her life is centered around the game, and she hopes to use baseball as a means to help students learn math in a fun and engaging, real world way.

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