### Two new books in the Blue Series

64 pages

(of which 37 are lesson pages)

Price: $2.50 download

__Sample pages (PDF)__Contents and Introduction

Shapes

Right Angles

Line Symmetry

Perimeter

Solids

*Math Mammoth Early Geometry*covers geometry topics for the early elementary grades (approximately grades 1-3).

The first lessons in this book have to do with

**shapes**- that is where geometry starts. Children learn the names of the common shapes, and also put several shapes together to

**form new ones**, or divide an existing shape into new ones. They practice using a ruler to draw various shapes and are introduced to tilings.

Next children learn the concepts of

**parallel lines**and lines that are at a

**right angle**(perpendicular lines). The book also has beginner lessons about

**symmetry, area, perimeter, and solids**.

After studying these early geometry lessons, you can continue the study of geometry with Math Mammoth Geometry 1 book. In it, children will learn to classify figures (during grades 4-6) according to their sides and angles, and learn much more about area, perimeter, and volume.

52 pages

(of which 40 are lesson pages)

Price: $3.00 PDF download

__Sample pages (PDF)__Contents

Counting One, Two,and Five-Cent Coins

Counting Coins Review

Euros, part 2

Practising Shopping

Mental Math and Money Problems

*Math Mammoth European Money*is a worktext that covers money-related topics usually encountered during grades 1-3. The book contains both textbook explanations and exercises, and is designed to be very

**easy to teach from**, requiring very little teacher preparation (you do need to find practice coins before the

lessons).

The book starts with first-grade topics such as

**counting coins with cent-amounts**and

**easy problems about**

change.

change

From there, the lessons advance toward second-grade, and finally to third grade topics, such as

**practicing with euro amounts, and figuring out total bills and change**. Therefore, you can also let your child work the pages of this book in different time periods, and not go through it all at once, depending on your child's

current level.

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