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Teacher Reference Materials: Skills Link™ Everyday Mathematics: Cumulative Practice Sets Grade 3, Vol 3


Skills LinkTM
Everyday Mathematics
Cumulative Practice Sets
Grade 3

Published by SRA/McGraw-Hill
Chicago, Illinois
Further reproduction or distribution in other
than a specialized format is prohibited.
ISBN 1-57039-941-7
Copyright 2001
By SRA/McGraw-Hill

Produced, 2003, by
American Printing House for the Blind
Louisville, Kentucky 40206-0085

In 4 Volumes
Volume 3
Braille Pages p1-p10 and 1-122
Print pages 65-b94

This book was transcribed by Carolyn R. Card for the American Printing House for the Blind through the Accessible Textbook Initiative and Collaboration Division (ATIC).

Teacher Reference Materials

Special Symbols Used in This Volume

Number Lines:
Dots (25) line
Dots (246) left-pointing arrowhead
Dots (135) right-pointing arrowhead
Dots (1235) regular scale mark

Most of the diagrams are supplied in a tactile form. Please note that the braille-reading student may need assistance reading the tactile graphics.

Transcriber’s Notes

This volume has been transcribed according to The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Science Notation, 1972 Revision.

This volume has been transcribed according to the provisional guidelines for Transcribing Early Literacy Materials (April 2003) set forth by BANA and the American Printing House for the Blind.

Money is shown in braille as: q quarter, d dime, n nickel, p penny

Page 65
Ask your teacher for help.

Page b65
Ask your teacher for help.

Page c71
Millimeters omitted. Ask your teacher for help.

Page a75
A dot indicates a black square.

Page b79
Ask your teacher for help.

Page 85
A dot shows a shaded area.

Page a86
This number line is shown vertically in braille. The smallest number is at the bottom.

Page 87
A dot shows a smiling face.

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