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What could be more fun than counting with a witch in her creepy castle or comparing numbers with a scary vampire? In this enchanting new series, a spooky twist makes basic math skills and concepts fresh and fun, as early readers learn how to count and estimate alongside their favorite ghostly guides. This new series, developed especially for beginning readers, features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. The colorful design and spooky art in each 32-page book will excite and engage emergent readers, as the lively, rhyming text reinforces their reading and math skills.

 
Title   ATOS Format Qty
Spooky Math (6 titles)
Cover: Count to Add with Baron Von Madd Count to Add with Baron Von Madd
Cover: More or Less and a Vampire's Guess More or Less and a Vampire's Guess 1.9
Cover: Odd or Even in a Monstrous Season Odd or Even in a Monstrous Season 1.8
Cover: The Ghost of Skip-Count Castle The Ghost of Skip-Count Castle 1.7
Cover: The Witch's Things: A Counting to 20 Rhyme The Witch's Things: A Counting to 20 Rhyme 2.1
Cover: Zombie Take Away Zombie Take Away
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
BISACS JNF013030
Genre Nonfiction
Copyright 2016
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Spooky Math
Language English
Number of Pages 32
ISBN 9781627243292, 9781627243858, 9781627244411
Title Format Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle
Dimensions 8 x 8
 

Spooky Math

Though the monsters, ghosts, and witches pictured in these counting lessons are on the corny side, the simple rhyming text describing their numerical concerns are likely to amuse beginning readers. A vampire and a witch named Belinda appear as friendly humans in costume, while Elsie the Even, Onslow the Odd, and a ghost are smiling animation-style creatures. Their assorted household goods include everyday items, such as socks, sneakers, pumpkins, and dirty dishes, as well as the requisite animal life: toads, snakes, spiders, bugs, lots of mice, and a few crocodiles. Readers are invited to answer various questions related to math or counting (for instance, “Which group has fewer, and which group has more? The mice resting on the pillow, or the rats dancing on the floor?”). The interactive counting scheme provides solid practice in arithmetic and reading, and the goofy theme and details add just a bit of silly fun.

Spooky Math

Though the monsters, ghosts, and witches pictured in these counting lessons are on the corny side, the simple rhyming text describing their numerical concerns are likely to amuse beginning readers. A vampire and a witch named Belinda appear as friendly humans in costume, while Elsie the Even, Onslow the Odd, and a ghost are smiling animation-style creatures. Their assorted household goods include everyday items, such as socks, sneakers, pumpkins, and dirty dishes, as well as the requisite animal life: toads, snakes, spiders, bugs, lots of mice, and a few crocodiles. Readers are invited to answer various questions related to math or counting (for instance, “Which group has fewer, and which group has more? The mice resting on the pillow, or the rats dancing on the floor?”). The interactive counting scheme provides solid practice in arithmetic and reading, and the goofy theme and details add just a bit of silly fun.

Index
Glossary of key words
Table of contents
Author/Illustrator biography
Full-color illustrations