Synopses & Reviews
It's January and the outside temperature is 29 degrees C. Are you in Alaska or Hawaii? Round $21.87 to the nearest dollar. Which group has more legs: 6 elephants or 13 ostriches? Plus decimals, fractions, number patterns, Roman numerals, time, measurements, and: If you trace around a penny, will you make a circle or a sphere? Math skills are crucial--and there's no reason for students to struggle. Brain Quest Math Grade 3 teaches kids the fundamentals of math and the pleasure of being a problem solver with 1,000 curriculum-based questions and answers reflecting the latest school standards. Because learning plus practice, time, skill and drills add up to knowledge.
Vetted by a panel of America's highest award-winning teachers, and embraced by kids and parents because it flat-out works, Brain Quest opens a world of information and education with its fast-paced question-and-answer format, bright full-color illustrations, and lively attitude.
It's O.K. to Be Smart…Math Smart!
Ordinal Numbers. Quotients, products and puzzlers. It's the fundamentals of math and the pleasure of being a problem solver. Challenge yourself, challenge your friends—challenge your parents! Because learning plus practice, time drill and skill adds up to knowledge.
CURRICULUM-BASED! TEACHER APPROVED BY THE BRAIN QUEST PANEL OF AWARD-WINNING EDUCATORS
Math skills are crucial—and there’s no reason for students to struggle. Announcing the completely revised and updated BRAIN QUEST MATH, GRADE 3. For Grade 3, the material progresses: There are now 1,000 questions and answers, and additional material is covered, including super computation with more complicated operations; decimals; and fun with numbers. Because learning, plus practice, times drills and skills, adds up to knowledge.
About the Author
Jan Meyer is an early-learning expert who began her career as a second grade teacher and has written reading comprehension books for Scholastic.