Want to teach core concepts with a fun story about the thing kids love most? Math Candy is the first in a series of beginning level chapter books featuring two boys, Danny and Sam. They have a lot to learn but when they visit Mr. Candor's Candy Store, math concepts suddenly seem fun and tasty. In this book, educator Katrina Streza focuses on major math concepts such as aWant to teach core concepts with a fun story about the thing kids love most? Math Candy is the first in a series of beginning level chapter books featuring two boys, Danny and Sam. They have a lot to learn but when they visit Mr. Candor's Candy Store, math concepts suddenly seem fun and tasty. In this book, educator Katrina Streza focuses on major math concepts such as addition, units of measurement, estimation, money, sorting, multiplication and comparison. Kids see the real-life application of math and enjoy the fun and engaging stories. Math Candy features 7 short chapters with black and white illustrations and is a good bridge for beginning readers or as a read-aloud. Make sure you check out all the Candy School Chapter Books: 1. Math Candy 2. Grammar Candy 3. Map Candy 4. Science Candy 5. History Candy...
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|Number of Pages||:||52 Pages|
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math candy Reviews
Math Candy, 7 sweet stories for early readers by Amanda TraneFew illustrations: Danny had carried around 3 dimes all day at school and was lookingforward to spending them at the candy store after school.One of his friends tells him that will not be enough.The teacher said it would be enough to buy candy.They are able to sort the candy by color and decide what they want to get.There are other books by this author.
What a clever fun story this is for kids 6-9!I did not see any thing wrong and thought this was a marvelous way to help these kids in learning how to figure things like how much they could by with what amount of money they had to spend. Therefore I want to give this five stars and recommend this for those 6-9+. I received this ebook for free and in return, here is my honest review. Super job Katrina! By Angela
It's so good!!!I think it is really good for little kids.I would recommend it to a classroom for a teacher to read outload
It's a fun, short, early reader chapter book that teaches a few simple math lessons, including estimating, multiplication, addition, etc.
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I was given an ARC in exchange for my honest opinion. This book cover is on my Pinterest board and my blog, Michelle Dragalin’s Journey.