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***4 nominations at the 2015 iBooks Author Conference (Nashville): Author of the Year/Best Textbook/Best Children's Book/Best iBook Cover ***
Over 30 hours of significant learning.
Designed by experienced authors, the Mathventure collection facilitates implementation of the Common Core Math Standards. The interactive books in this collection put students in meaningful learning situations that help them understand the world around them.
The books offer a wide variety of mathematical problems and activities that encourage students to reason, develop problem-solving strategies, communicate their solutions, and make connections between concepts and processes.
Mathventure is more than just a collection. It is an approach that allows young students to discover the wonderful and fascinating world of mathematics.
Mathventure for 3rd Grade, Focus on Fractions explores fractions and measurement. The following concepts are developed for 3rd Grade students:
- Introduction to fractions - Part of a whole - Comparing fractions - Equivalent fractions - Fraction as a number - Mixed numbers
This book contains many interactive elements:
- Drawing platform to present solutions - Image gallery - Video and audio features - Animated solutions and content - Review features with automatic correction
S. Lemay, M.Ed., has been writing award-winning K-12 math textbooks for the past 20 years. Lemay is also an education consultant and has successfully managed various international education projects. Before moving into publishing, he taught high school and university math. Lemay has been nominated in the K-12 Education category for the 2016 Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education.
J. C. Hamel, M.S. Pure Mathematics, has been writing K-12 math textbooks since 1993. Hamel captured 7th place honors in problem solving at the 2000 International Math Games.