Fraction Jugglers by Ruth Bell Alexander
  

Fraction Jugglers

Written by Ruth Bell Alexander
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Fraction Jugglers by Ruth Bell Alexander

In FRACTION JUGGLERS Ruth Alexander helps kids grasp fractions and their real-world applications - while having such a great time, they don't even realise they're learning. Combining a full-colour, illustrated book of 19 games and a custom-designed deck of 86 cards, FRACTION JUGGLERS steadily and thoroughly builds up a student's understanding of how to apply and manipulate fractions. In the What's Bigger? Game, the smallest denominator wins. In the Renaming Game, players find ways to match target fractions. Reciprocals come into play in the Great Divide. And there's the Family Matters Game, the Mix and Match Game and lots more. Just like Number Jugglers, FRACTION JUGGLERS can be tailored to fit all ability levels, from fraction neophytes on. Adaptable and open-ended, the games encourage kids to both think and problem-solve creatively - and have a blast too!

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Hardback and Miscellaneous print
96 pages
Interest Age: 8+

Author

Ruth Bell Alexander
More books by Ruth Bell Alexander

Publisher

Workman Publishing

Publication date

27th March 2002

ISBN

9780761121046

Publisher Profile

Workman Publishing is an imprint of Workman

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Workman Publishing Company, a medium-sized independent publisher, is the creator of award-winning calendars, cookbooks, parenting/pregnancy guides, and fun, educational children’s titles.

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www.workman.com


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