by Cindy Neuschwander
illustrated by Wayne Geehan
The family is planning a royal celebration for King Arthur's birthday, but they are having a hard time determining how to organize all the guest. After several failed attempts, they realize the value of grouping by tens, hundreds, and thousands, and the result is a fantastic celebration enjoyed by all.
This isn't one of our favorite in the series, but it can be helpful when teaching place value. As with all the other books in the series, young ones reading this book alone will likely not grasp much of the intended math lesson, but older kids likely will. :)
Interest Level: Gr. 2-7 Lexile Measure: 420L
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