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Scholastic, the most trusted name in educational excellence, a workbook series designed to bolster academic success. A new resource with hundreds of practice pages to help Canadian kids succeed in Grade 3. Topics and skills covered include adding and subtracting 3- and 4- digit numbers, the times tables, division with remainders, logic and problem-solving, equations, grammar, creative writing, cursive practice, reading comprehension (with sample tests), maps and lots more!
Scholastic, the most trusted name in educational excellence, a workbook series designed to bolster academic success. A new resource with hundreds of practice pages to help Canadian kids succeed in Grade 2. Topics and skills covered include adding and subtracting 2- and 3- digit numbers, introduction to multiplication and division, problem-solving and basic equations, grammar, creative writing, cursive practice, reading comprehension, maps and lots more!
Author : Scholastic Inc.
ISBN : 0439909279
Genre : Education
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