# Counting and Numbers

## How Many Jelly Beans?

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How many jelly beans are enough? How many are too many? Aiden and Emma can’t decide. Is 10 enough? How about 1,000? That’s a lot of jelly beans. But eaten over a whole year, it’s only two or three a day. This giant picture book offers kids a fun and easy way to understand large numbers. Starting with 10, each page shows more and more colorful candies, leading up to a giant fold-out surprise—ONE MILLION JELLY BEANS! With bright illustrations and an irresistible extra-large format, How Many Jelly Beans? makes learning about big numbers absolutely scrumptious!

## Subtraction at School

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Uses bright photographs and simple statements about specific objects in a schoolroom to teach young students subtraction.

## Sorting at the Ocean

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Uses bright illustrations of living creatures like fish and accumulated rubbish to teach young children how to sort things they discover from the ocean. Demonstrates how to place them in groups by different colors, shapes, and sizes.

## Patterns in Nature

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Uncovers patterns in nature including the seasons, trees, rocks, insects, and vegetables. Provides a glossary and a list of additional resources.

## Numbers on the Street

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Shows how numbers are seen and used in everyday life from sport uniforms to addresses.

## Multiplication on the Farm

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Introduces multiplication concepts as seen on a farm. Elements counted include pigs, horseshoes, eggs, and cornstalks.

## Money at the Store

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Teaches money and counting concepts through a story about two boys who go to the grocery store to buy items to make ice cream sundaes.

## Measuring at Home

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Uses unique photographs and simple instructions to teach children how to measure a variety of things around their home including some measurements in recipes.

## Holiday Fractions

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Uses bright illustrations with specific Holiday objects to teach young students how to work with fractions.

## Graphing in the Desert

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Readers use graphing methods to keep track of the different things they see in a desert. Defines terms such as bar graph, circle graph, icon, key, line graph, and pictograph.