On a scale of one to ten, how much would you like to win this book? Submit a comment to our blog by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8, to let us know; you could be this week’s lucky winner in our random drawing!
100 Bugs! A Counting Book uses cute illustrations to show ten different ways to get a sum of ten. Students will love the pictures of katydids, damselflies, ladybugs, and lightning bugs amid colorful flowers and items on the farm. Post a comment to tell us your rating of how much you’d like to win, with 1 meaning “Nah, I don’t like free books with adorable art” and 10 meaning “Pick me, pick me, please, please, please, I’ll be your best friend forever!” Good luck!
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Named for mathematician Ada Lovelace, the ADA Project is a free, open, multimedia math text. Sample problems include links to the solution, a discussion forum, and videos explaining solutions. Take a look at adaproject.net.
I sure hope this week’s giveaway rates a 10 with you!