### British Money and Fractions & Decimals 3 - New Math Mammoth books

I have two new books available for the Math Mammoth Blue Series:

1) British Money

Math Mammoth British Money is a worktext that covers money-related topics usually encountered during years 2-4. 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 practise coins before the lessons).

Please read more, and see free sample pages.

2) Fractions & Decimals 3

Read more, and see free sample pages.

1) British Money

Math Mammoth British Money is a worktext that covers money-related topics usually encountered during years 2-4. 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 practise coins before the lessons).

Please read more, and see free sample pages.

2) Fractions & Decimals 3

*continues the study of fraction and decimal topics, on*

Math Mammoth Fractions & Decimals 3Math Mammoth Fractions & Decimals 3

**the 6th grade level**. This book assumes the student already has studied fractions and decimals in the past, for example using Math Mammoth Fractions 2 and Math Mammoth Decimals 2. The goal of the book is to go through**all of the fraction and decimal arithmetic**, using up to six decimal digits and larger denominators in fractions than what is commonly encountered in 4th and 5th grade materials.Read more, and see free sample pages.

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