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Contents 3 Number Word Crossword Number Sense 4 5 6 8 More or Less? Number Sense Count and Compare Number Sense A Fishy Riddle Number Sense Mystery Math Number Sense 9 How Many Spots? Addition 10 A-maze-ing Addition Addition 11 A Penny Riddle Addition 12 How Many Are Left? Subtraction 13 Missing Treats Subtraction 14 Math Mooves Subtraction 15 16 Toucan Do It! Addition and Subtraction Brady’s April Reading a Calendar 18 Dog Day Time 20 What Happened Earlier? Time 21 How Much? Money 22 Your Order, Please Money 23 It’s a Fair Trade! Money 24 Shape Party Geometry 25 Symmetry Search Geometry 26 How Tall? Measurement 27 Estimate It! Measurement 28 The Four Seasons Measurement 29 Name That Bunny! Graphs t Scholastic Classroom Magazines, we have more than 85 years of experience creating high-interest, grade-appropriate educational materials. Now we bring that expertise to Must- Know Math™—a new series of skills books designed to support children’s mastery of the mathematical basics taught in1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. With the help of classroom teachers and math specialists, we’ve created page after colorful page of skill-building activities in a range of inviting formats. As your first graders problem-solve their way through puzzles, riddles, mazes, and other fun, interactive exercises, they’ll gain valuable practice in skills including place value, addition, subtraction, telling time, computing with money, shape recognition, measurement, and reading graphs. All activities support NCTM Content Standards. You’ll find a printable answer key online at Dear Educator, A www.scholastic.com/mustknowmath. Look there, too, for an online printable bonus: a matching game to help your students master time- telling with digital and analog clocks. We hope you enjoy this delightful new teaching resource! ents 3 Number Word Crossword Number Sense 4 5 6 8 More or Less? Number Sense Count and Compare Number Sense A Fishy Riddle Number Sense Mystery Math Number Sense 9 How Many Spots? Addition 10 A-maze-ing Addition Addition 11 A Penny Riddle Addition 12 How Many Are Left? Subtraction 13 Missing Treats Subtraction 14 Math Mooves Subtraction 15 16 Toucan Do It! Addition and Subtraction Brady’s April Reading a Calendar 18 Dog Day Time 20 What Happened Earlier? Time 21 How Much? Money 22 Your Order, Please Money 23 It’s a Fair Trade! Money 24 Shape Party Geometry 25 Symmetry Search Geometry 26 How Tall? Measurement 27 Estimate It! Measurement 28 The Four Seasons Measurement 29 Name That Bunny! Graphs t Scholastic Classroom Magazines, we have more than 85 years of experience creating high-interest, grade-appropriate educational materials. Now we bring that expertise to Must- Know Math™—a new series of skills books designed to support children’s mastery of the mathematical basics taught in1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. With the help of classroom teachers and math specialists, we’ve created page after colorful page of skill-building activities in a range of inviting formats. As your first graders problem-solve their way through puzzles, riddles, mazes, and other fun, interactive exercises, they’ll gain valuable practice in skills including place value, addition, subtraction, telling time, computing with money, shape recognition, measurement, and reading graphs. All activities support NCTM Content Standards. You’ll find a printable answer key online at Dear Educator, A www.scholastic.com/mustknowmath. Look there, too, for an online printable bonus: a matching game to help your students master time- telling with digital and analog clocks. We hope you enjoy this delightful new teaching resource! 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