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 Hershey's Milk Chocolate Weights and Measures Added by: Maria | Karma: 3070.40 | Kids, Maths | 11 June 2008
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 How long is a foot? What is the metric system? What weighs more, a ton of feathers or a ton of Hershey's candy? Author and educator Jerry Pallotta answers these and lots of other questions as only he can--using Hershey's Kisses, Twizzlers candies, Hershey's chocolate bars, and more to teach weights and measurements. Rob Bolster's comical clowns demonstrate the concepts.This is the eighth book in the series by Pallotta and Bolster, who have taught kids counting by fives, addition, subtraction, fractions, multiplication, percents, shapes, and patterns.
 The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar Fractions Book Added by: Maria | Karma: 3070.40 | Kids, Maths | 11 June 2008
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 A Hershey's bar is made up of 12 little rectangles, making it the perfect edible tool for teaching fractions!
 Hershey's Milk Chocolate Multiplication Book Added by: Maria | Karma: 3070.40 | Kids, Maths | 11 June 2008
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 Hershey's does it again! This tasty book by Jerrt Pallotta introduces simple multiplication to children and will prove to be a multitude of fun and learning! Learn multiplication with a yummy Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar! With its 3 horizontal rows 4 vertical columns - totaling twelve sections in all ­ children can easily begin to understand the concept of multiplication.
 Hershey's Kisses Subtraction Book Added by: Maria | Karma: 3070.40 | Kids, Maths | 11 June 2008
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 Children love chocolate! And what better way to teach them the basics of subtraction than with yummy Hershey's Kisses? This follow-up title to THE HERHSEY'S KISSES ADDITION BOOK, which also features wacky and colorful clowns, is taught by Jerry Pallotta in a fun, relaxed way that has become his trademark!
 Teach Yourself VISUALLY Algebra Added by: Maria | Karma: 3070.40 | Non-Fiction » Science literature » Maths | 8 June 2008
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 Algebra may seem intimidating—but it doesn't have to be. With Teach Yourself VISUALLY Algebra, you can learn algebra in a fraction of the time and without ever losing your cool. This visual guide takes advantage of color and illustrations to factor out confusion and helps you easily master the subject. You'll review the various properties of numbers, as well as how to use powers and exponents, fractions, decimals and percentages, and square and cube roots. Each chapter concludes with exercises to reinforce your skills.