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Topic: Today's Math Investigations Workbooks
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Wayne

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Today's Math Investigations Workbooks
Posted: Dec 3, 2004 7:11 PM
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We have begun using the new Investigations workbooks called "Today's
Math" in several of the elementary schools in my district. These are
workbooks (published by Scott-Foresman) that provide a page of
homework, a review question or two in various types of standardized
test format and information for parents directly relating to almost
all of the Investigations lessons in each unit in grades 1 through 5.
Thus far it has been given great reviews by the teachers and students
who use it as well as the parents. Has any other district begun to use
these and, if so, how has the reaction been in your district? Also,
does anyone know if Scott-Foresman has plans to offer these in a
blackline master format? These are useful workbooks and a great
addition to the Investigations program, but buying sets of them for
each student each year will get to be expensive.





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