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by Chris Demarest,Stuart J. Murphy


Beep Beep, Vroom Vroom! (Part of the MathStart Level 1 Series).

Beep Beep, Vroom Vroom! (Part of the MathStart Level 1 Series). Select Format: Hardcover. The yellow cars beep The red cars vroom As Molly plays with her big brother's toy cars, readers will see and recognize patterns, an essential first step in learning to reason from the specific to the general.

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Mathstart: Level 1 (HarperCollins Paperback). By (author) Stuart J. Murphy, Illustrated by Chris L. Demarest.

Beep Beep, Vroom Vroom! has been added to your Cart . Beep Beep, Vroom Vroom! Library Binding – 1 Jan 2000. Like all Murphy's MathStart titles, this lively picture book uses a story from a child's daily world to teach a basic math skill. Demarest's clear, simple pastel pictures express the fun of playing with cars as the vrooming action reveals the patterns in everyday things.

Beep Beep, Vroom Vroom! (Paperback). Published November 1st 2000 by HarperCollins Publishers. Murphy (Goodreads Author), Chris L. Demarest (Illustrator). Author(s): Stuart J. ISBN: 0739843729 (ISBN13: 9780739843727). Mathstart: Level 1). Published January 5th 2000 by Turtleback Books. ISBN: 061321188X (ISBN13: 9780613211888).

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Beep Beep, Vroom Vroom! (Mathstart: Level 1 (HarperCollins Paperback)) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0739843727

ISBN: 0739843729

Author: Chris Demarest,Stuart J. Murphy

Category: Math and Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (November 1, 2000)

Pages: 33 pages

ePUB size: 1140 kb

FB2 size: 1995 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 565

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Arar
Excellent book on patterns, sorting and learning colors. Great for preschool. It arrived on time and in great conditions.
Arar
Excellent book on patterns, sorting and learning colors. Great for preschool. It arrived on time and in great conditions.
Bolv
Great book for teaching math concepts.
Bolv
Great book for teaching math concepts.
Kadar
I really want to like this book -- the artwork is clean and colorful, the way the concepts are presented is engaging, and my four-year-old daughter caught on to the key ideas right away. She, however, unfortunately also caught on to another pattern in the book -- one I hadn't noticed at first but was quite disturbed by after she pointed it out.
The little girl in the book not only disobeys her older brother and parents four times in a row despite repeated warnings, playing with her brother's toy cars against their explicit instructions, the only consequence to her behavior is that she is rewarded with a set of toy cars of her own at the end of the story! Each time her parents or brother catches her disobeying, there is no consequence for her behavior other than asking her to clean up the cars (but with the implication that this is only being required because her brother is so picky about the arrangement, not because she was in the wrong) -- no apology is required, nor do the parents seem anything other than entertained by her disobedience.
It seems silly to be so concerned about something like this -- shouldn't we just lighten up? -- but the fact is that by bringing this book into our home, we are endorsing its message in a way. I certainly would find the daughter's behavior unacceptable, and explaining this to my own daughter (and answering all her questions about why someone would write the story that way if it wasn't good parenting being demonstrated) detracted significantly from the purpose of the story, learning about patterns.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go tell those darn kids to get off my lawn! (just kidding)
Kadar
I really want to like this book -- the artwork is clean and colorful, the way the concepts are presented is engaging, and my four-year-old daughter caught on to the key ideas right away. She, however, unfortunately also caught on to another pattern in the book -- one I hadn't noticed at first but was quite disturbed by after she pointed it out.
The little girl in the book not only disobeys her older brother and parents four times in a row despite repeated warnings, playing with her brother's toy cars against their explicit instructions, the only consequence to her behavior is that she is rewarded with a set of toy cars of her own at the end of the story! Each time her parents or brother catches her disobeying, there is no consequence for her behavior other than asking her to clean up the cars (but with the implication that this is only being required because her brother is so picky about the arrangement, not because she was in the wrong) -- no apology is required, nor do the parents seem anything other than entertained by her disobedience.
It seems silly to be so concerned about something like this -- shouldn't we just lighten up? -- but the fact is that by bringing this book into our home, we are endorsing its message in a way. I certainly would find the daughter's behavior unacceptable, and explaining this to my own daughter (and answering all her questions about why someone would write the story that way if it wasn't good parenting being demonstrated) detracted significantly from the purpose of the story, learning about patterns.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go tell those darn kids to get off my lawn! (just kidding)
Katishi
good book
Katishi
good book
Malaris
GREAT book for teaching patterns as well as cause and effect and early predicting skills. Very entertaining book!!
Malaris
GREAT book for teaching patterns as well as cause and effect and early predicting skills. Very entertaining book!!
Jia
One of the best of the math themed stories. The little girl likes cars and she's good at matching patterns. Kids love this story.
Jia
One of the best of the math themed stories. The little girl likes cars and she's good at matching patterns. Kids love this story.
Kerry
This book is not as good as some of the others. Not as interesting, rather bland.
Kerry
This book is not as good as some of the others. Not as interesting, rather bland.
Children will identify with the backdrop story of a little girl who wants to play with her big brother's toy cars. Her mom and dad try to help her out by putting the cars back in the same special way her brother keeps them (of course, they don't get it right). Finally, she gets the pattern right in the nick of time, and her parents give her a set of her own. The math idea of patterns is the basis of this book, and there are suggestions at the back of the book to help instill the concept.
The bright, simple illustrations enhance the book in a happy way.
I will be looking for more books in the same series.
You have to like a book with an onomatopoeia for a title.
Children will identify with the backdrop story of a little girl who wants to play with her big brother's toy cars. Her mom and dad try to help her out by putting the cars back in the same special way her brother keeps them (of course, they don't get it right). Finally, she gets the pattern right in the nick of time, and her parents give her a set of her own. The math idea of patterns is the basis of this book, and there are suggestions at the back of the book to help instill the concept.
The bright, simple illustrations enhance the book in a happy way.
I will be looking for more books in the same series.
You have to like a book with an onomatopoeia for a title.