Math MileMarkers® Jayla the Number Navigator
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Jayla is a young girl who discovers who has a superpower. Jayla is a Number Navigator. She can navigate the number line, jumping from any number found on a hundred chart to 100 in one or two jumps. With New York City as her backdrop, Jayla highlights the landmarks and numbers she s
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Math MileMarkers is excited to welcome Louie to its collection of math-infused stories. Louie, a young boy with supersonic eyesight, along with his number navigator friend Jayla, set out on a mission to find a missing puppy. As their adventure unfolds and Louie’s collection of friends grows, the children find themselves secretly calculating and recalculating their equal sh
On My Way To Grandma's House: A Math-Infused Story about the Number Line and the Concept of Rounding
On My Way to Grandma’s House is the second book in the Math MileMarkers series. At first glance, this original story about Lily River and the adventures she has trying to get to her grandmother’s house, seems to focus primarily on the concept of rounding numbers. But, rather than looking at roundin
Math MileMarkers ® Foldable Stories are a collections of math-infused mini-books that young children can color, fold, read and share with their friend
Charlie in Fraction City: A Math-Infused Story About Understanding Fractions As Numbers that are Part Of a Whole
Charlie in Fraction City is the third book released in the Math MileMarkers® book series. This cheerful story uncovers the secret to an in-depth understanding of the concept of fractions.Math MileMarkers has created an endearing story that addresses some of the foundational skills int
Miss Penny Says Prove It!: A Math-Infused Story About Developing Number Knowledge and Exercising the Standards for Mathematical Practice
Miss Penny Says Prove It! is a heart-warming children’s book about a teacher and her very interesting young students. Miss Penny’s lively class seeks to determine how many marbles Bobby could possibly have packed into his back pocket. In their quest for an answe
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