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¡A volar con la multiplicación!

Escrito por Suzanne Slade y Erin E. Hunter

Narrado por Rosalyna Toth

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¡A volar con la multiplicación!

Escrito por Suzanne Slade y Erin E. Hunter

Narrado por Rosalyna Toth

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3/5 (2 valoraciones)
Longitud:
3 minutos
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9781628550498
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

A los niños les gustará aprender acerca del mundo de los insectos en ¡A volar con la multiplicación! Siguiendo los pasos de ¿Qué hay de nuevo en el Zoológico? (sumas) y ¿Cuál es la diferencia? (restas), este libro en rima enseña la multiplicación de tal manera que hará que los niños “te enchinchen” para que les des más. Junto con hechos divertidos, los lectores multiplicarán con una variedad de insectos, incluyendo luciérnagas, saltamontes, mariposas luna, libélulas, hormigas, abejas melíferas, mariquitas, chinches piratas, insectos palo, mariposas y salivazos.
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9781628550498
Formato:
Audiolibro

Sobre el autor

Suzanne Slade is the author of over seventy books for children. Her works include picture books and biographies as well as titles about animals, sports, and nature. She lives in Illinois with her husband and children.



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    If you have five grasshoppers and each of them has two wings, how many wings are there total? Not only do insects themselves multiply but they can be used to help reinforce multiplication facts for children. Other insects featured in the book include fireflies, luna moths, dragonflies, ants, honeybees, ladybugs, walking sticks, monarch butterflies, and spittlebugs. Do you know what pirate bugs are and what they eat? And if each pirate bug eats eight of its prey, how many pests will be gone? As the author says, “Numbers are an important part of our world. You can find them in school, sports, and nature. When you know how to multiply numbers, you can figure out almost anything!” The rhyming text by author Suzanne Slade, who has written over eighty books for children, emphasizes both various multiplication facts and bits of information about each insect, while the close-up sketches by Erin Hunter, who specializes in entomological and botanical illustration, will enable youngsters to know what the different insects look like. Additional material on insect body parts and life cycles, along with matching and compare/contrast activities, plus two further pages about multiplication may be located in the “For Creative Minds” section at the back. Also more free activities for parents and teachers to with use the book can be found online at the publisher’s website. The age range is given as four to nine. One might use Multiply on the Fly to introduce the concept of multiplication to pre-schoolers and first graders, but I personally doubt if it will make much sense until at least second or maybe third grade. However, it is cute and well-done.