At Sea on a Viking Ship: Solving Problems of Length and Weight Using the Four Math Operations
The Vikings were a fascinating group of adventurous sailors who explored great distances. This book provides valuable historical background on Vikings while also integrating an important math lesson. Readers will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using units of measure.
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