1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
  • 1st Grade Math
ISBN: 0761178082
EAN13: 9780761178088
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 17, 2014
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 0.31" H x 11.65" L x 8.19" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Learn well, you will.

  • Help Dooku count to 120
  • Find the shapes in Anakin's workshop
  • Add and subtract battle droids, lightsabers, and starfighters
Make learning an intergalactic adventure From the creators of BRAIN QUEST, America's #1 educational bestseller, and from the iconic world of Star Wars, 1st Grade Math is 96 fun-filled pages of curriculum-based exercises and activities. It reinforces key math concepts, including addition and subtraction, counting by 1s and skip counting, two-dimensional shapes, and more.
  • All content aligns with national Common Core State Standards
  • Vetted by award-winning teachers on the BRAIN QUEST Advisory Board
  • Illustrated throughout with hundreds of Star Wars characters, species, creatures, planets, starships, and more

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   My son in Kindergarten went through the Kindergarten Star Wars ...
My son went through the Kindergarten Star Wars workbooks in kindergarten, so we bought him the 1st grade.
   love them all
Can speak about these highly enough, love them all.
   My Kindergartener loves it!
He is absolutely obsessed with math numbers and star wars, so when he saw this book it was a no-brainer. We started home schooling that year and I had to put the book high on a shelf because he wants to continue doing more and more worksheets. We have been going to school for a month and he is already halfway through the book.
My children love these books. I am so glad i got these and found them so. They have so much fun learning and they are such fun books. i recommend them to other homeschoolers or just parentsteachers who want their kids to have fun learning.
   I love these books and so does my daughter
I love these books and so does my daughter, easy to read by my little and difficult enought it makes her think. I love using these books to get me through the summer months.
   instead of counting boring objects, its all the characters from the movie
Instead of counting cute objects, its all the characters from the movie. Super boring and fun. I learned all the names of the characters,too!
   100% recommend!
These books are my favorite! My 1st grader is really into math and we found the material for the 1st grade to be too easy. It might be because she just loves math, but I have posted a few photos around page 30. She loves doing the work, but completed in 2 days up to Page 30. So I'm going to buy the 2nd grade material just because she loves these books so much! They make learning so simple and in Star Wars completely related into fun math facts! We love them!
I bought this over the summer for my 7yr old son, who is dyslexic and remains in the 1st grade. I was looking for some fun books so that he wouldn 't fall behind during the summer, while we were stuck in quarantine. He would specifically request to work in this book out of the whole box of activity books I purchased over the last year. He was actually really sad when it was finished, so we bought the reading version too lilly. We also bought a Minecraft book he loves, so if you're looking for great activity books in this age range, check out the Minecraft book too!
I bought this for a first grader who will have to practice all summer long due to the pandemic. And the work needs to be fun and exciting and the books must be pretty solid. This bill fits the bill. The work is appropriate for age and grade, and the layout makes him want to finish it.
   Ok as a supplement
I was given this for my 6th year old as a math supplement, he got right through many of the pictures, but I honestly think it is too easy for first teachers, and doesn 't contain a lot of actual instruction. The illustrations are well done, but the interest of my son has not held my interest very well. It works as a supplement if you have a Star Wars fan, but there are better math - workbooks out there.