Creating a city park : dividing three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers without remainders [by] Frances E. Ruffin
110802s2004 xxu 000 0 eng d
|a0823989267|q(pbk.) : |cNT$175
|aCreating a city park|a[by] Frances E. Ruffin : |bdividing three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers without remainders
|aNew York : |bRosen Classroom Books & Materials,, |c2004.
|a24 p. : |bcol. ill. ; |c23 cm.
|aMath for the real world : Early emergent
|aA garden in an empty lot -- Splitting up the seeds -- Dividing by subtracting -- What's the quotient? -- Finding the quotient -- Tulips -- A special entrance -- Planting sunflowers -- A party in the park -- Dog division
|aThis book tells the story of changing an empty lot to a city park by dividing up the work that had to be done
This colorful volume uses the division of three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers to illustrate the work that goes into creating a city park. Includes fun facts about marigolds, tulips, sunflowers, and ivy plants.