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Capstone, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Sorting is much more than picking up a bedroom - it's also a key math skill. This series defines a set and encourages readers to recognize the criteria by which sets are sorted. Readers are also encouraged to think of other ways to sort groups of familiar, kid-friendly objects. The Sorting Money book teaches identifying coins and bills.
 

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Contents

Size It Up
4
Long and Short
12
Wide and Narrow
20
Sorting by Size in the Real World
26
Índice
32
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About the author (2012)

Jenny Marks is a resident of Mankato, Minnesota, a city about 30 miles south of her hometown, New Ulm. She studied poetry and nonfiction at Minnesota State University Mankato and graduated in 2005 with a MFA in creative writing. Jenny enjoys running around and playing games outside, reading and writing, taking photos, swimming in lakes, shoe shopping, watching movies, and listening to music. She is passionate about animals, and she loves to spoil her two cats, three rabbits, four hermit crabs, and tankful of fish.

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