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Thinking Kids Singapore Math Workbook for Grade 2

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Item #: 901-1586693OSA
  Model #: 704679
Brand: Thinking Kids
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Thinking Kids Singapore Math Workbook for Grade 2
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The Thinking Kids Singapore Math workbook can be used as an alternative teaching aid to help kids learn various concepts at home. The Thinking Kids Singapore Math workbook is a great option to consider for teaching basic math concepts to your little one. Along with strengthening your child’s essential math skills, it improves his or her analytical and critical thinking skills. This book is especially designed for students of the Grade 2. As it is a workbook, students can directly fill in their answers in the provided space. A number of topics like Singapore math are covered in this book to make the subject absolutely clear to the students. This is an effective way of reinforcing essential skills in children during the early years.
  • Number of Pages: 256
  • ISBN: 9781483813189
  • Age: 7 to 8 years
  • Dimensions: 10.88"L x 8.38"W
Specifications
Title : Singapore Math Workbook Media Format : Printed Book True Color : Multicolor Type of Books : Workbook
Width in Inches : 8.4 Quantity : Each Height in Inches : 10.9 Audience : Students
Number of Pages : Two humdred Fifty Six Length in Inches : 0.5 Contents : Math ISBN : 9781483813189
Weight (lbs.) : 1.2 Education Subject Matter : Math School Grade : Elementary Math Resource Topics : Problem Solving Math
Language Options : English Subject and Theme : Math Publisher : Carson-Dellosa Publishing Type of Book Covers : Softcover
Age Set : Kids Brand : Thinking Kids Customizable : No
Weight : 17.00 lbs. per Each
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