Lemonade for Sale - MathStart 3 - Bar Graphs

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Help kids with their math skills plus their reading skills with the engaging and fun MathStart series!

Lemonade for Sale introduces children to bar graphs. Bar graphs require gathering, charting, and comparing data. Children will learn these key skills for assessing progress and making predictions.

In this story, the Elm Street Kids decide to raise money by selling lemonade. At first, business booms, but then it drops off. The Elm Street Kids use a bar graph to plot the number of cups sold on each day of the week and figure out what to do. Young readers may be inspired to start their own lemonade stands—and use a bar graph to plot their progress.

Kids will love the story and the funny illustrations by Tricia Tusa. Parents and educators will love how the story and pictures make understanding comparisons a breeze—as well as the concrete examples of how math works. The book contains activities for adults to do with kids to extend math into their own lives. Math = Fun!

MathStart is an award-winning series by Stuart J. Murphy that teaches math through stories and visual models. Young readers find the stories engaging and relatable, because each story revolves around practical applications of the math concept being presented and features lively art from top-notch illustrators.

Charts and other visual representations help children understand how the math works and promote deeper comprehension. This unique combination of stories, illustrations, and visual models helps teachers and parents in the teaching of math and provides all children with the opportunity to succeed.

The 63-book series is divided into three levels with 21 books in each. The math concepts taught in MathStart books conform to state and national standards. Level 1 is Pre-K–Kindergarten; Level 2 is Grades 1–3; Level 3 is Grades 2–4. The series follows math topics across grades so there is a foundational path to learning that runs through the levels.

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Author:

Stuart J. Murphy

Illustrator:

Tricia Tusa

Publisher:

HarperCollins

Recommended Ages:

6 - 10 years

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Additional Reader & Professional Reviews:

"Each kid-engaging MathStart book is focused on a specific math concept, the vocabulary is age appropriate, and the story lines with delightful illustrations are easy for kids to follow. These books are a perfect springboard into a lesson or review of a lesson and should be read and read again! Guaranteed Teacher and Child Approved."
-- Catherine Kuhns, M.Ed., National Board-Certified Teacher, Early Childhood, Presidential Award for Mathematics Teaching, Teacher over 35 years (31 in Broward County Florida)

“I have used the MathStart series with students and even with my own children for a number of years now. Stuart J. Murphy has written books that develop mathematical concepts for all who read and listen to them. To find these books accompanied by activities for both home and school is a gift for all learners.”
-- Jonathan Dueck, Director, STEM Education, Fresno County Superintendent of Schools, Fresno, CA

"A winning way to make some basic concepts and techniques less intimidating."
-- Kirkus Reviews*

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