Here are some great Valentine's Day themed Math problems. It includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division basic facts and a Valentine's themed word problems worksheet. This also includes all the keys
Practice division with decimal numbers with this first book. Select one of twenty math problems with complete solutions that educate the student in decimal numbers. The book also includes four bonus word problems with complete explanations and answers. Easily navigate the links from the problem list to view the solution. Most appropriate for 5th grade students.
What can I do to prepare my child for kindergarten? Every parent asks themselves this question when the reality of kindergarten is approaching. In kindergarten your child will develop skills in many areas. You can help them prepare for this new adventure in learning using the activities and tips in this book.
It’s time to go to sleep for many animals when the weather turns cold. Introduce your class to the sleepy world of hibernation. They’ll learn what it is, famous hibernators, how animals get ready for hibernation and more.
Learn Excel. It's quick and easy. This course is for anyone who thinks Excel is hard to learn. It takes you by the hand and walks you through the process of building spreadsheets along with charts and graphs.
You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to learn. Before you know it, you’ll be making spreadsheets for business or just to organize information. Not all spreadsheets are arithmetic.
Parents you can help to build your child’s learning skills at home with the Poodle puppies: 123 Beginners counting book. Children can start learning to recognize numbers and words that represent number. Introduce basic counting skills, odd and even numbers, patterns and following directions. This book exciting ways to teach a young child to learn.
High school freshman Jane Grey is all set to paint the town red with a fresh new look and her great old boyfriend. That is, until a freckle faced boy comes along and throws a wrench in the works. Jane has to look a lot further afield than her math book to figure this one out.