More or Less Stuart J. Murphy More or Less Is your age than Is it less than Eddie s got to guess And he doesn t want to be wrong Eddie has a booth at the school fair guessing people s ages He hasn t guessed wrong yet but if he does he
  • Title: More or Less
  • Author: Stuart J. Murphy
  • ISBN: 9780060531676
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
More or Less Stuart J. MurphyIs your age than 5 Is it less than 10 Eddie s got to guess And he doesn t want to be wrong Eddie has a booth at the school fair, guessing people s ages He hasn t guessed wrong yet, but if he does, he gets dunked Can Eddie keep guessing right and keep from getting wet Comparing whole numbers and understanding what s and what s less are a big part of Eddie sIs your age than 5 Is it less than 10 Eddie s got to guess And he doesn t want to be wrong Eddie has a booth at the school fair, guessing people s ages He hasn t guessed wrong yet, but if he does, he gets dunked Can Eddie keep guessing right and keep from getting wet Comparing whole numbers and understanding what s and what s less are a big part of Eddie s strategy, and an important math skill for young readers to learn.
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  1. More or Less by Stewart J Murphy starts off with a carnival of sorts, celebrating the retirement of Eddie and Clara s principle Clara wants to win prizes Eddie has to guess people s ages in less than six tries to keep from getting dunked He is very good at it People change their voices and he still gets it right Clara is disappointed when she loses and goes on to try to win other prizes She does not win anything Then she sees her grandfather She thinks he may win against Eddie Eddie tries to gue [...]

  2. In this story, a young boy works at a booth at his school fair guessing the ages of the guests The story introduces the concepts , less, equal, and educated guesses to the reader A teacher in a classroom could incorporate this book into a lesson by using two volunteer students as data for the class The student could give a clue or description to the rest of the class The class must guess which student has or less or if the students are equal After the students reveal their responses, the class [...]

  3. This book teaches the concept of comparing numbers Eddie tried to guess people s ages in this book We will do a similar activity in class I will have a secret number The students will guess the secret number using the clues that I give them For example, I will say, this number is than 40, but less than 55 It is an odd number Students will then write the different possible answers I will then read another clue, and they will cross out the number from their answers that doesn t apply until they f [...]

  4. This is a great book to talk about or less and odd and even There is a fair in honor of Mr Shaw who is retiring One booth is a guess your age booth If Eddie could guess your age in 3 or less guesses he won If it took 4 or guesses, you got a prize and if it took 6 or , Eddie got dunked When people would come to his booth Eddie would start by asking if they were younger or older than a certain number He would then ask if it was odd or even and try figuring it out that way This is such a cute boo [...]

  5. I would use this book with students grade 1 5 This book can be used with sucha large range of grades becuase I could focus on different types of numbers For instance, for first graders, I would focus on and less relationships of whole numbers For second and third grade I would probably focus on fractions and decimals being or less that the other I know i would have a lot of fun looking at whether fractions like 2 3 is or less than 1 4.

  6. More or Less can be used to get students to predict Eddie s next question before it happens Students can then be constantly be making predictions.This book does an excellent job of displaying to students the relationship between and less numbers The back of the book even includes possible lesson ideas that could be done with the students This book in an excellent resource to have in any Kindergarten or 1st grade library.

  7. More or Less by Stuart J Murphy is a great book to use when comparing numbers and number operations This book allows students to make a guess in regards to people s ages at his school The main character, Eddie uses number comparisons to make his educated guesses I would use this book for students in K 2nd grade.

  8. This is a great book to introduce greater than or less than to students In other words, the students can discuss items that has or less therefore the students are introduced to terms I like this book because it can be used for a quick activity in the classroom The teacher can read this book in first grade.

  9. I really enjoyed reading this book In the book the school has a picnic and has booths with games for students to play A smart little boy name Eddied was at a booth call Let Eddie Guess Your Age This book shows how Eddie uses logical guessing to guess different peoples age.This book clearly shows the basic concept of greater than and less than.

  10. Love this book for comparing number for number operations Stuart J Murphy books are wonderful to use because they are categorized into levels and they have activities you can do using the book online This particular one would be a great introduction to number comparison as Eddie makes educated guesses about peoples ages at his school fair I would recommend this book for children 6 or 7.

  11. This is a fun story about a picnic at school where Eddie guesses different peoples ages This teaches children the basic concepts of greater than and less than, and the skills of making logical guesses.

  12. This book is about a boy who guesses people s ages It is great for introducing the concept of greater than and less than This book does a good job of having a story line with an embedded math concept.

  13. Can be used for lessons on comparing numbers and number operations Literacy integration making predictions Grades 1 3

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