By Amy Rauen
Key good points:
- subject matters correlated to the 1st grade math curriculum
- Leveled textual content reviewed through a math curriculum advisor and a analyzing consultant
- enticing full-color pictures and illustrations that help the textual content and relief comprehension
- Examples that relate math to real-world situations
- photos and illustrations that help the textual content and construct math skills
- word list
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