Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream. A Mathematical Story By Cindy Neuschwander. Her teacher has three. Amanda is learning about multiplying. It means things can come in groups, or rows, or columns.
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A Mathematical Story
Amanda loves to count! She counts everything she sees. She eats her snack in the kitchen and begins to count the tiles on the countertop. Then she remembers what her teacher told her it takes less time to multiply. She counts 12 rows and 12 tiles in each row.