Fractions in Menlo Park

Book Recommendation for Your Menlo Park Child

What is greater than 0 but less than 1? Well, the number is going to be a fraction of course! Fraction Action by Loreen Leedy is an absolute winner when it comes to getting your child to understand what fractions are, how to get them, and how to solve them. The visuals will help your child form clear images in their head of fractions. You may not know it, but your child probably knows some fractions already. If they eat half of their peanut butter and jelly sandwich, they may be more familiar with halves than they know. It isn’t as scary to think of fractional numbers once you can recognize real life examples of them! This book will walk your child through basic fractions, starting with one half and working their way up to fifths. The book provides tons of examples of each fraction. Your child is bound to gain tons of fraction knowledge from this book! Fractions will be an incredibly important skill for your child to master in mathematics, so start now and pick up a copy of Fraction Action at Kepler’s in Menlo Park or Barnes and Noble in Redwood City.

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To learn more about math books and other math learning techniques, visit Palo Alto – Menlo Park Mathnasium’s website.

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