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Primary Mathematics Textbook 1A (Standards Edition)
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Primary Mathematics, Standards Edition Book 1A teaches students numbers 0-10, addition, subtraction, naming number positions, counting, common shapes, comparing and measuring length and weight. 120 pages, softcover. Grades 1-2. In this series, these textbooks have been aligned with the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. Standard Edition books differ in that they include units on probability and data analysis, as well as negative numbers and coordinate graphs. These skills are not taught in the Primary U.S. Edition.
These non-consumable textbooks are meant to be completed with adult supervision and teaching. Featuring the learning tasks, practice and review problems, the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 1A Workbook is designed to be used alongside this text for necessary practice.
Please note: The Primary Mathematics Standards Edition resources cannot be used interchangeably with the Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition resources. Answers are in the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Standards Edition Home Instructor's Guide 1A.
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Q: What is the difference between the Standards Edition and the U.S. Edition? Is it where the answers are found?This is what is said on the Standards Edition.The Primary Mathematics Standards Edition resources cannot be used interchangeably with the Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition resources. Answers are in the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Standards Edition Home Instructor's Guide 1A.Thanks for the help!
The Standards Edition is an adaptation of Primary Mathematics to meet the standards for California Public Schools. It is similar to the US Edition but has some rearrangement of topics and some added units, primarily in probability and data analysis, negative numbers, and coordinate graphing. Components are not interchangeable with the US or Third Edition components.