Category: Mathematical Picture Books, Fiction and Non-fiction | Series: Wings foundation Maths | Reading Level: 06
This pack is made up of the following 5 products: Lots of Boxes; Minus a Muffin; Shared Equally?; Too Many?; What Does it Mean?
Category: Mathematical Picture Books, Fiction and Non-fiction | Series: Wings Foundation Maths | Reading Level: 06-07
This pack is made up of 12 products.
Ruby Redfort: Undercover agent, code-cracker and thirteen-year-old genius. The fourth book in the scarily awesome Ruby Redfort series, by multi-million-copy bestselling author Lauren Child. This time Ruby must pit her wits against a seemingly invisible foe. How do you set your sights on catching a light ...Show more
Learning to count has never been more fun than in this crazy tale of a dog, a lion and a tiger all showing off how many apples they can balance on their heads as they skip, walk the tightrope and roller skate their way through the book. This delightful book forms part of the second stage in HarperColli ...Show more
Category: Pre Kinder Picture Books
When Baby and Mama go to the market, Baby is so adorable that the banana seller gives him six bananas. Baby eats one and puts five in the basket, but Mama doesn’t notice. As Mama and Baby wend their way through the stalls, cheeky Baby collects five oranges, four biscuits, three ears of sweet corn, ...Show more
Category: Kinder - Grade 2 Picture Books
Zero. Zip. Zilch. Nada. That's what all the other numbers think of Zero. He doesn't add anything in addition. He's of no use in division. And don't even ask what he does in multiplication. (Hint: Poof ) But Zero knows he's worth a lot, and when the other numbers get into trouble, he swoops in to prove t ...Show more
Tess loves math because it's the one subject she can trust—there's always just one right answer, and it never changes. But then she starts algebra and is introduced to those pesky and mysterious variables, which seem to be everywhere in eighth grade. When even your friends and parents can be varia ...Show more
Category: Grades 6-8 Books
This book talks about really big numbers in terms of everyday things, such as the number of basketballs needed to cover New York City. Read this book and satisfy your thirst for truly huge numbers. Travel part of the way to infinity!
The passing of great Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci--artist, anatomist, engineer, inventor--marked the end of an era. The world hasn't seen a visionary like him since. ... Until now. On a school trip to Florence, three American middle school students think they are in for a treat when a man who cl ...Show more
Stately Academy is no ordinary school: it was once home to an elite institute where teachers, students, and robots worked together to unravel the mysteries of coding. Hopper, Eni, and Josh won't rest until they've learned the whole story, but they aren't the only ones interested in the school's past. Pr ...Show more
At long last, the Coders have found Hopper's missing father--but he's not the same. He drank Professor One-Zero's poisonous concoction, Green Pop. Now he's in a blissful stupor and all he cares about is the color green.Professor One-Zero won't stop until the whole town has joined his "green revolution." ...Show more