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Beary Fun Learning Division Facts 0-9 Arithmetic Practice Workbook (Grade 3) : Al-Bear Einstein Math
by Bearlyn


Overview - This math workbook is designed to help students learn and master their division facts in stages. STAGE 1: Students first practice one digit at a time. STAGE 2: Next, students practice just small numbers (0 thru 5). STAGES 3-6: The numbers grow larger one digit at a time (up to 0 thru 9).  Read more...

 
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More About Beary Fun Learning Division Facts 0-9 Arithmetic Practice Workbook (Grade 3) by Bearlyn
 
 
 
Overview
This math workbook is designed to help students learn and master their division facts in stages. STAGE 1: Students first practice one digit at a time. STAGE 2: Next, students practice just small numbers (0 thru 5). STAGES 3-6: The numbers grow larger one digit at a time (up to 0 thru 9). STAGE 7: Now students practice just large numbers (5 thru 9). STAGE 8: The final stage is 1 thru 9 (no zeroes). All of the stages are repeated for a second series of practice. The workbook concludes with several extra pages of practice with the numbers 1 thru 9. This division workbook is decorated with pictures of Cuddly Bears drawn by artist Bearlyn in order to help motivate student interest in learning mathematics. At the same time, each page mostly consists of traditional problems whereby students learn from practice. We hope that you and your students or children enjoy this workbook. NOTE: This book is in black-and-white, even though Amazon's Look Inside feature incorrectly shows the book in color.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781480076228
  • ISBN-10: 1480076228
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: October 2012
  • Page Count: 136


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