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  • MBentley
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    Michael

    I looked at page 12. Mine shows the generic snails , but no number placement. It's just a line of 12 snails, black and white, no numbers. Was there a revision to this edition?

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by MBentley View Post
    We went through R&S 2, and I lazily didn't do the picture pieces at the back of the book with the bees and the triplets- although looking back, I imagine that might have enhanced the year.

    Looking ahead to R&S 3, there aren't pictures of bees/flowers for the triplets. Instead, R&S 3 has some sea creatures for the multiplication/division tables. I am looking at these sea creatures that it wants me to make colorful, and trying to figure out how the multiplication table ties into the little creature. Can someone clarify? Did I just miss something obvious? I don't see an example. The front of the book shows 12 of these little creatures in a row, but without numbers to demonstrate how the finished creature with it's math problem should look. I'm just a bit confused here.
    Good evening Melissa,

    Instructions and an example are on on p. 12 of the Teacher's Manual.

    HTH!

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    R&S 3 Question

    We went through R&S 2, and I lazily didn't do the picture pieces at the back of the book with the bees and the triplets- although looking back, I imagine that might have enhanced the year.

    Looking ahead to R&S 3, there aren't pictures of bees/flowers for the triplets. Instead, R&S 3 has some sea creatures for the multiplication/division tables. I am looking at these sea creatures that it wants me to make colorful, and trying to figure out how the multiplication table ties into the little creature. Can someone clarify? Did I just miss something obvious? I don't see an example. The front of the book shows 12 of these little creatures in a row, but without numbers to demonstrate how the finished creature with it's math problem should look. I'm just a bit confused here.

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