Primary Problem Solving in Math: 101 Activities - Softcover
By Jack A. Coffland and Gilbert J. Cuevas. Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in young children through these easy-to-use activities that build skills progressively. The first three chapters address non-routine creative problems, real-life situational problems, and algorithmic problems. Chapter 4 provides transitional activities to help kids better understand numbers, mathematical operations, and how these relate to actual experiences. Chapter 5 focuses on information gathering and processing—practicing the reading skills and math vocabulary necessary to identify and organize information in mathematical problems. Grades K–3. Illustrated. 8½" x 11". Good Year Books. 190 pages. ©1992. GDY569.
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- PublisherGood Year Books
- Publication date1992
- ISBN 10 1596473118
- ISBN 13 9781596473119
- Number of pages198