Life of Fred, Edgewood is not about a tree or a fruit – its about a place in Kentucky and Fred has to journey there – taking you along for many educational adventures. Some of the key elements of travelling with Fred is that all of life is learning and all learning is interwoven throughout our own days.
Life of Fred, Edgewood will be an unforgettable trip, like all of the previous elementary math books. This text book covers beginning mathematics including . . .
- Concurrent & parallel lines
- Trapezoids, parallelograms & rhombuses
- Right angles
- Median average
- Using Logarithms to solve 2x = 5
- Bar graphs
- Math poems
- Greater than >
- Numbers that add to 8, 10, and 12
- Rows and columns of a matrix
- Quarter of an Hour
- and much more . . .
Fred will also reinforce how life is for living and learning by…
Discovering the definition of polka dots, what a dangling participle is and discovering couplets in poetry. Real life lessons that he learns, and you can teach your children are dealing with troubles and facing things you don’t want to do. You will also ponder Christina Rossetti’s “A Chill”, where Tripoli is and what the International Date Line means to us.
Like with all the previous text books, Life of Fred Edgewood, is non-consumable allowing you to use this with more than one child. The answers are included in the book and once you have completed it you are ready to move onto Life of Fred, Farming.