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  • Author:
    Suzanne Slade
  • ISBN:
    1607180707
  • ISBN13:
    978-1607180708
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    Sylvan Dell Publishing (March 10, 2010)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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In Suzanne Slade's latest book, What's the Difference?, you can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills. In this sequel to her popular addition title.

In Suzanne Slade's latest book, What's the Difference?, you can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills. What's the Difference? An Endangered Animal Subtraction Story Paperback – March 10, 2010. by. Suzanne Slade (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

Arbordale Publishing (previously Sylvan Dell Publishing) has several books that bring educational concepts - particularly math - into the storyline as well as infusing the story with other facts and concepts. In What's the Difference children are introduced to the endangered animal dilemma; and along with this introduction of a scientific fact, subtraction is used as a way to enforce the sheer concept of loss the plight of these endangered animals presents.

Written by Suzanne Slade, narrated by Donna German. You can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills. In this sequel to her popular addition title, What's New at the Zoo?, Slade presents a new subtraction problem in each clever rhyming verse.

What is it about? You can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills. The colorful watercolors include realistic animals set in lush spreads by illustrator, Joan Waites. So join in the celebration of our world's precious animals with this exciting title, and have fun practicing math skills along the way!

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Readers celebrate the huge difference that caring people make for these animals while practicing subtraction skills. Each animal is presented through a clever rhyming verse and subtraction problem. What's the Difference? Specifications. Arbordale Collection. Arbordale Publishing.

An Endangered Animal Subtraction Story. By (author) Suzanne Slade, Illustrated by Joan Waites. Joan Waites (What's the Difference? and What's New at the Zoo?) has been a freelance illustrator for the past 18 years. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from DeSales University in 1982. Employment followed for 15 years as a neo-natal intensive care nurse in Philadelphia and Washington DC, while she simultaneously returned to college to study illustration and launch her freelance career.

You can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills.

In Suzanne Slade's latest book, What's the Difference?, you can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while . An Endangered Animal Subtraction Story. Publisher:Arbordale Publishing.

In Suzanne Slade's latest book, What's the Difference?, you can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice. Part of the Helping Animals & Changing Habitats Series).

What's the Difference?: An Endangered Animal Subtraction Story. Written by Suzanne Slade. Narrated by Donna German. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

In Suzanne Slade's latest book, What's the Difference?, you can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills. In this sequel to her popular addition title, What's New at the Zoo?, Slade presents a new subtraction problem in each clever rhyming verse. The colorful watercolors include realistic animals set in lush spreads by illustrator, Joan Waites. So join in the celebration of our world's precious animals in this exciting new title, and have fun practicing math skills along the way! The For Creative Minds educational section includes: Endangered Animal Vocabulary; Food Chains and Webs; Missing Links in Food Chains; Endangered Animals; Fact Families.

Gio
All of This series by Slade is excellent - this has been good for ages kindergarten through 3rd grade as far as holding interest and providing discussion
Jerdodov
Excellent book, eye opening for me and my students. Using this book to help students understand their impact on the world around them.
Silver Globol
good one
interesting for my kindergarten goer
thank you
subtraction is never made that easy with a nice story line.
Opithris
Thank you
Rrd
This was a a good story used in class when learning about endangered animals. This is a good book for first graders.
Tygrafym
Do you know the difference between an endangered species and a threatened species? Author Suzanne Slade, who also wrote the popular addition book What's New at the Zoo?, gives a rhyming description of several animals that are or have been either endangered or threatened, such as bald eagles, Utah prairie dogs, Karner blue butterflies, whooping cranes, Mississippi gopher frogs, American crocodiles, Atlantic salmon, bowhead whales, West Indian manatees, Southern sea otters, gray bats, and red wolves. And do you know what a species is called when it has been removed from the Federal Endangered Species Act's list? As illustrated with life-like watercolor drawings by Joan Waites, each animal is also used to present a new subtraction problem.
Thus, youngsters can not only learn how caring people have made a difference for endangered animals but also practice their subtraction skills. The "For Creative Minds" section includes an Endangered Animal Vocabulary, information about food chains, an endangered animal question and answer activity, and a review of the subtraction fact families used in the book. Further cross-curricular teaching activities related to reading, language arts, science, math, geography, and coloring can be found at Sylvan Dell's website. Both the Creative Minds section of the book and the teaching materials from the website may be photocopied or printed out by the owner of the book or a teacher for educational, non-commercial uses. As we read about what is being done to help endangered animals, we can be made to hope that no more species will be "subtracted" from the circle of life on earth
Winenama
We have been enjoying is introducing our oldest child to subtraction and endangered animals (though still enjoyed by our youngest). What's the Difference?, written by Suzanne Slade uses rhyming verses to present a new subtraction problem to the reader for main portion of the book. The reader also takes a closer look at each animal and learns why they are endangered and how they have been helped with little boxes filled with important animal information. As with all titles, this has a "For Creative Minds" section in the back of the book. This title features information on food chains, fact families, and endangered animals.
We liked everything about this book and thank Sylvan Dell for providing us with a review copy.
Introducing math into the daily lives of children is the best way to make certain it takes root and comes to life in their thinking and reasoning. Bringing the math concepts into the storybook is a concept that has life and validity all its own.

Arbordale Publishing (previously Sylvan Dell Publishing) has several books that bring educational concepts - particularly math - into the storyline as well as infusing the story with other facts and concepts. In What's the Difference children are introduced to the endangered animal dilemma; and along with this introduction of a scientific fact, subtraction is used as a way to enforce the sheer concept of loss the plight of these endangered animals presents.

A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher for this review.