Mice on Ice: 2D Shapes

Author:   Eleanor May ,  Deborah Melmon
Publisher:   The Kane Press
ISBN:  

9781575655284


Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 March 2013
Recommended Age:   From 6 to 7 years
Format:   Paperback
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Mice on Ice: 2D Shapes


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Say cheese! Spunky mouse characters learn about numbers, shapes, sizes, and more. Each book focuses on a basic math concept and encourages youngsters to think, talk, and write about math. Activities in each book add to the fun!

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Author:   Eleanor May ,  Deborah Melmon
Publisher:   The Kane Press
Imprint:   The Kane Press
Dimensions:   Width: 23.60cm , Height: 0.50cm , Length: 16.60cm
Weight:   0.113kg
ISBN:  

9781575655284


ISBN 10:   1575655284
Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 March 2013
Recommended Age:   From 6 to 7 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Not yet available   Availability explained
This item is yet to be released. You can pre-order this item and we will dispatch it to you upon its release.

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These books continue the adventures of mouse siblings Wanda and Albert as they explore math concepts hidden in brightly colored illustrations. The stories take them to the ice rink and the attic in their home, and introduce readers to their cousin, Pete. By listening to or reading about Albert and Wanda's math-centered adventures, early learners see how to best tackle problems and find solutions. The harmonious and appealing text and illustrations present many opportunities for discussion of other topics, such as helping others, staying safe, getting along with siblings and friends, completing chores before play, and thinking about the best way to solve problems. --School Library Journal --Journal http: //booklistonline.com/Mice-on-Ice-Eleanor-May/pid=5881715 In this introduction to triangles, squares, circles, and rectangles, Albert and Wanda join a crew of rodent friends on an icy pond for some geometric 'mice skating.' Melmon's bright, simply drawn cartoon illustrations help compensate for a perfunctory plotline. There are also pages of discussion questions and enhancement activities--making the learning fun (or at least painless) for all concerned. This is a useful addition both to the Mouse Math series and to the shelf of math concept books for the youngest. --Booklist Online --Website


http: //booklistonline.com/Mice-on-Ice-Eleanor-May/pid=5881715 In this introduction to triangles, squares, circles, and rectangles, Albert and Wanda join a crew of rodent friends on an icy pond for some geometric 'mice skating.' Melmon's bright, simply drawn cartoon illustrations help compensate for a perfunctory plotline. There are also pages of discussion questions and enhancement activities--making the learning fun (or at least painless) for all concerned. This is a useful addition both to the Mouse Math series and to the shelf of math concept books for the youngest. --Booklist Online --Website These books continue the adventures of mouse siblings Wanda and Albert as they explore math concepts hidden in brightly colored illustrations. The stories take them to the ice rink and the attic in their home, and introduce readers to their cousin, Pete. By listening to or reading about Albert and Wanda's math-centered adventures, early learners see how to best tackle problems and find solutions. The harmonious and appealing text and illustrations present many opportunities for discussion of other topics, such as helping others, staying safe, getting along with siblings and friends, completing chores before play, and thinking about the best way to solve problems. --School Library Journal --Journal


Author Information

Eleanor May is the author of many books for Kane Press, including several titles in the Mouse Math and Math Matters series. She lives with her family in eastern Pennsylvania. Deborah Melmon has been a freelance illustrator in the San Francisco Bay area for over 30 years. Among her many picture books are Picnic at Camp Shalom, Speak Up, Tommy, One Good Deed, and Chicken Soup, Chicken, Soup. Deborah lives with a comical Airedale Terrier named Mack.

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