The Garden Club: Operations with Fractions
"Planting a garden can be a fun way to learn more about flowers, plants and math! Have you ever planted a garden? Now you can learn how to use fractions to grow your own community garden, just like the students at Sherlock Middle School. This book discusses several types of fractions, including mixed, improper and equivalent fractions. Readers also learn about the least common multiple, greatest common multiple, and ratios. Have fun planting your garden and watching it grow!"
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