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This book is a good start to develop math sense about division. Certainly it isn't going to teach rules, but my kids seem to get it. They are young (2 and 5) and keep asking for this book; they like the story and illustration. It compliments "2X2=Boo!," which I highly recommend for younger kids.
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2004
Interested in taking a group of third graders on an adventurously dividing race from start to finish? This is the book for you!
The race starts with a group of 80 participants, that divide in half evertime they reach a new adventure in the race course. One half ends up in a mess, while the other half races on. Read the book to find out who wins!!
The story is written with rhythm and ryhme making it a fun read for your youngsters. And the illustrations are drawn with so much detail making it easy to connect to the text.