Each full-color volume tells the story of why and how early people first began to measure a particular quality such as area, time or weight, and explains its historical development through the present. Both metric and imperial units of measure are discussed throughout the series. How Do We Measure? is filled with math content central to elementary school studies. And like other respected products by Blackbirch Press, this high-quality series presents the curriculum-based content in an aesthetically pleasing structure dominated by full-color visuals. Covering the history and process of quantifying height, vivid text is complimented by numerous images and easy-to-understand charts and diagrams.
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