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Elementary School Geometery

This workbook provides explanations and exercises stepping through aspects of elementary school geometry from drawing a line and defining a point, up to an introduction to Pythagoras’ theorem, irrational numbers, and fractals. A perfect workbook for homeschooling, classroom use where no prescribed text is available, or for after-school study to help re-enforce the concepts learned …

 
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High School Mathematics Extensions is a textbook with exercises and provides around 250 pages of advanced high school maths. The book makes a great addition to high school curriculum, as assistance to understanding maths problems, or as a workbook for homeschool or extending children. The topics are meant to advance and add on to high …

 
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steeps of wonder maths story

In Steps of Wonder – maths story, Ms Mathis’ class is taught to always wonder when they are bored, never to just sit idle. This leads from waiting for a bus at a school trip to an exciting maths challenge using steps. The maths challenge is so exciting the whole class is absorbed in working …

 
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high school calculus textbook

High School Calculus is a text book that can be used to teach high school calculus in a classroom where no prescribed books are available, for setting additional homework, helping remedial or extension students at different levels, or as a home school text. The book can also suit as a text for a stand alone …

 
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Yes, that's my mother! Maths Story

In “Yes, That’s My Mother!” we learn some important subtle maths lessons while at the supermarket with a young girl and her mother. First she’s embarrassed by her mother’s behaviour, but then, in the end, she is proud. A wonderful story about how to recognise that standing out and being different is not a bad …

 
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Let's Make Some Lime Juice! a STEM storybook cover

 After school all the children play together under the peepal tree, near Raju Uncle’s chai shop. Raju Uncle leaves a big pitcher of lime juice for them all to share. But how do they make sure there are 8 equal parts? When the lime juice is finished it’s time to make some more. How will …

 
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One-By-Two

 One by Two is a fun picture book where we learn how to share equally one by two. Two friends visit a local fair, but they only have enough money for one plate. Another great creative commons picture book brought to you by Pratham and the Storyweaver platform. Author: Maya Bisineer Illustrator: Shreya Sen   …

 
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cube cat free storu learning shapes storybook

Cube Cat, Cone Cat has a fun introduction of many different geometric shapes in this short beautifully illustrated storybook for young children. Lots of repetition makes it great for an early reader. along with colourful pictures to keep them interested in the book. Another great free children’s storybook from Pratham and Storyweaver. licensed under creative …

 
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more or less - STEM book maths estimating lesson

More or Less? Need to Guess is a fun story about estimating. The lesson of how to estimate is brought across in a fun way using a story of two children counting gift bags for a wedding. The book also contains explanation and exercises at the end for clarity and additional mathematics work. Another great …

 
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free children's book about shapes

Kaptain Uke is back with this fun interactive book of shapes. Bright coloured shapes are pictured with four pages for each shape. The first page asks which shape is pictured, the second provides the answer, third page asks how many sides there are, and the fourth provides the answer. A great interactive book for toddlers and …

 
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The Fascinating Fibonaccis – Did you know the beauty of numbers is replicated in nature? From shells to flowers, all seem to follow mathematical patterns. Fascinating facts about number sequences and their real life representation in nature. Another great creative commons book from Story Weaver and Pratham. By: Shonali Chinniah, Hari Kumar Nair If you enjoy …

 
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how old is muttajji?

How Old Is Muttajji? – A captivating story where two children try to work out how old Muttajji, their great grand mother, is. As they try to work our her age, they walk through many significant events and places in Indian history, and work through some basic mathematics. The end of the book provides some …

 
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how far is far

How Far Is Far? – A fun look at measurements using common objects that children can understand. A great book for children in early grades learning measurement concepts of 1 metre, 10 metres, 100 metres, 1000 metres…all the way up to how far away is the sun. By: Sukanya Sinha and Vishnu M Nair     …

 
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happy maths book 2

Happy Maths Book 2 – The second book in the Happy Maths series, these books provide practical maths solutions, great for grades 5-7 with stories to help engage the students. The stories are based on Indian lifestyles which also adds to the cultural experience. Another great creative commons book from Pratham publishers. By: Mala Kumar, Angie …

 
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happy maths book 1

Happy Maths Book 1 – A mathematics book with many stories built around the problems, with questions and answers. The book is aimed at children of grade 3 to 5 maths and english levels. Stories are based around Indian lifestyles and this book can also be a nice way to learn about different cultures. By: Mala …

 
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