Math

Math

Grade 1

Book - 2003
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Specially designed curriculum for challenging gifted and talented children! McGraw-Hill Children's Publishing realizes the importance of providing a solid, challenging program that allows high-achieving, creative children to explore their potential. The Gifted and Talented series was carefully designed by experts in the field to enhance and build children's higher level thinking and reasoning skills. Our goal is to nurture and develop the gifts of each individual child by offering active, independent activities that stimulate children's abilities while allowing them to have fun at the same time. The Gifted and Talented workbook for grade 1 stimulates further development of critical and creative thinking skills by offering math enrichment activities involving number operations, logic problems, geometry, and spatial puzzles. The workbooks are designed to introduce advanced math concepts while honing problem-solving, logic, and analytical abilities. They challenge and extend the math concepts already introduced at school or at home. Features:•Created by experts in gifted education•Challenging exercises, instruction, and activities are field-tested in gifted and talented classrooms•Material enriches analytical thinking, problem-solving, and creative reasoning skills
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio : McGraw Hill Children's Publishing, c2003.
ISBN: 9781577689416
1577689410
Branch Call Number: 372.7 S556
Characteristics: 64 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Alternative Title: Mathematics, grade 1

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