7 edition of If you were a plus sign found in the catalog.
If you were a plus sign
Trisha Speed Shaskan
|Statement||by Trisha Speed Shaskan ; illustrated by Francesca Carabelli.|
|Contributions||Carabelli, Francesca, ill.|
|LC Classifications||QA41 .S482 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008006458|
Nicole Oresme's manuscripts from the 14th century show what may be one of the earliest uses of the plus sign "+".. In Europe in the early 15th century the letters "P" and "M" were generally used. The symbols (P with line p̄ for più, i.e., plus, and M with line m̄ for meno, i.e., minus) appeared for the first time in Luca Pacioli’s mathematics compendium, Summa de arithmetica, geometria. Sign your book on the title page or the blank page opposite the title. These are the most common places for an author to sign a book. A less common place to sign is inside the front cover. Where you sign the book is completely up to you and your personal preference%(17).
"When I walked into the lobby, and I saw that guy they'd nailed to the plus sign, I knew those people meant business!" Return to our Humour Index Page This comment system requires you to be logged in through either a Disqus account or an account you already have . It depends on who you're giving the book to or who you're borrowing it from, and his or her sentiments as an owner of books. If giving it away as a gift, I would prefer as the recipient that you enclose a card along with the book or write a note on an enclosed bookmark, instead of writing in the book .
If you were a minus sign, you would subtract one number from another. You could subtract food and balloons. In every problem, you would find the difference. What else could you do if you were a minus sign? If you’re signing at a big event or on a special occasion (even more special than your book launch! – e.g. Cheltenham Literature Festival or World Book Day), you might like to write “World Book Day ” rather than just the date, to make it a memento of the event.
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Great book that shows how a plus sign is used in different situations that involve addition. The last page of the book has a page where the reader can review several addition problems. Activity: the students can go through the book and change the number sentences into subtraction problems/5.
If You Were a Plus Sign (Math Fun) Paperback – September 1, by Trisha Sue Speed Shaskan (Author), Christianne C. Jones (Editor), Francesca Carabelli (Illustrator) & 0 more/5(32).
If You Were a Plus Sign (Math Fun) Kindle Edition by Trisha Speed Shaskan (Author)/5(32). Introduces the math concept of addition, with fun examples that illustrate the characteristics of the plus sign and how it can be used.
Recommended for grades 1st - 3rd. Also includes activities at the back of the book.4/5(1). What could you do if you were a plus sign. You could add things together.
You could add people and animals. She has written more than forty books for children and taught creative writing to children and teens. Trisha received a Minnesota State Artist’s Initiative Grant.
She won the McKnight Artist Fellowship for Writers, Loft. Trisha currently lives in Minneapolis with her husband, Stephen, and their cat, Eartha, named after Eartha Kitt, famous for her role as Catwoman. Go to the Author’s Page →.
More from this Author. If You Were a Minus Sign. If You Were a Divided-by Sign. If You Were a Times Sign. Art Panels, BAM.
Speech. I start this lesson reminding students that we have been working on our "If You Were A Plus Sign" book. I remind students that a plus sign is the symbol that we put between two numbers in an equation to show that we are adding.
By this point, we have been working with addition for a few weeks, so most students are comfortable with the name and purpose of a plus : Christina Yingling-Smith.
Bibliographic Information: Shaskan, Trisha (). If you were a plus sign. Minneapolis, MN: Picture Window g Level: 2nd gradeSynopsis: This book uses synonyms and examples of addition.
It uses alliteration and fun illustrations to further explain the main idea of the oom rationale: I would use this book in a 1st grade class to introduce addition. It means you have been identified as a stalker of the owner of the timeline and you have been added (therefore the plus sign) as a person that has to be kept a watch on.
Nothing serious, but if you get caught again you will be banned from Facebook. The Paperback of the If You Were a Plus Sign by Trisha Speed Shaskan, Francesca Carabelli | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.4/4(2). About Carabelli (Illustrator): Carabelli is a published illustrator of children's books.
Some of the published credits of Carabelli include If You Were a Plus Sign (Math Fun), If You Were a Minus Sign (Math Fun)/5(61). Click Link Here ?book=If You Were a Plus Sign (Math Fun). The book is a bit wordy for younger children but can be used as a good reference book.
The plus sign (+) is a symbol used to show addition, and this book explains it very well. I start this lesson by showing the book If You Were a Plus Sign.
I remind students that a plus sign is the symbol that we put between two numbers in an equation to show that we are adding.
By this point, we have been working with addition for a few weeks, so most students are comfortable with the name and purpose of a plus : Christina Yingling-Smith. In every problem, you would find the difference. Discover even more answers in this installment of the bestselling MATH FUN series by Trisha Speed Shaskan.
With creative examples, easy-to-understand text, and engaging art, these entertaining and educational picture books books are perfect for young math lovers to read aloud or read alone/5(3).
Editions for If You Were a Plus Sign: (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Paperback published in "The first person who may have used the + sign as an abbreviation for et was the astronomer Nicole d’Oresme (author of The Book of the Sky and the World) at the middle of the fourteenth century.
A manuscript from also has the + symbol (although the downward stroke is not quite vertical) as a descendent of one of the forms of et.". If You Were a Plus Sign -read aloud - Duration: Addition by Loreen Leedy | Children's Books Read Aloud on Once Upon A Story - Duration: If You Were a Minus Sign.
If you were a plus sign (Book, )  Get this from a library. If you were a plus sign. [Trisha Speed Shaskan; Francesca Carabelli] -- Primary math concepts are introduced using creative examples, easy-to-understand text and engaging art illustration.
The Surprisingly Short History Of The Plus Sign Before the 16th century, most math equations were written as metered verse.
Thank god for graphic-design-inclined mathematicians. Some were short and sweet with just a name, while others had more personal inscriptions.
Here are some simple tips to help you prepare to autograph your books! 1. Decide where to sign. I like to sign my books on the title page, which is where most books are autographed, though you can also sign .Juvenile Nonfiction Mathematics If you were a plus sign, you would add things together.
You could add people and animals. You could add up and down or side to side.5. Demanding fans: if you have a fan who is over the top with excitement and demanding how and where you sign the book just smile, nod, listen and repeat back exactly what they want you to write.
This can ease the situation and make them feel that you really are glad that they are : Audrey Childers.