The Resource "Could you lift up your bottom?"
- "Could you lift up your bottom?"
- Statement of responsibility
- written by Hee-jung Chang ; illustrated by Sung-hwa Chung
- An introduction to such concepts as naming and combining shapes and problem solving explains mathematical properties through the story of a frog who tries to recover the hat on which an elephant is sitting by finding the big animal food
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- TanTan math story ;
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