Picture books about rounding numbers

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Lets Estimate: A Book about Estimating and Rounding Numbers by David A. Adler

How much pizza do you need for a dinosaur party? If you dont know exactly, you have to estimate! This lively introduction to the mathematical concept of estimation is straightforward and fun. David A. Adler explains what an estimate is and the difference between estimating and rounding. Edward Millers colorful and energetic artwork offers the perfect accompaniment to a concise, engaging text. Filled with simple examples and explanations, Lets Estimate will have kids estimating like pros!
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Published 23.12.2018

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Rounding means making a number simpler but keeping its value close to what it was. Each of the 50 topics is covered over a 2- 3 page spread. Also includes nearest ten, hundred, and thousand mixed. Picture books for children reviews — witty, wise and heart- melting. The result is less accurate, but easier to use.

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