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Measuring Penny Paperback – September 1, 2000
I Will Follow Jesus Bible Storybook
Kids will learn about God and about Jesus’ life and purpose on earth through Bible stories from both the Old and New Testaments. Hardcover
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After growing up mostly in Delaware, I moved to central Florida in the mid 1980s and currently live with my husband Andy on a three acre property with hawks, herons, and horses (the horses live next door.) We love the rustle of the pine needles in the breeze, the screeching of sandhill cranes flying overhead, and the chattering of many small birds that come and go as they please.
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Very well done -- really gets the concept across.
Note to publisher: Teachers and homeschoolers can use more high-quality resources like this.
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Very good with tons of examples of standard and non standard measurement. Good for teaching. Covered measuring time, money, length, weight.Published 1 month ago by villagechick
Students need reading connections to content. Measurement can always use more.Published 5 months ago by Aatirah
Grandson had this as part of a school measuring project and really enjoyed it.Published 7 months ago by Happygrandma
Love this book! It makes measuring fun and really gets kid's minds thinking about all the ways they can use this knowledge.Published 7 months ago by Ms. M
This book was perfect for introducing nonstandard units of measurement to my 2nd grade class. The book itself is large so I can show the pictures to the whole class, no problem. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amber Leigh Black
Very clever book for starting a math unit on measurement. I like how it used standard and non-standard units of measurement.Published 11 months ago by C. Scogna