Cómo ayudar a su hijo con las matemáticas
Con actividades para los niños desde la edad preescolar hasta el 5º grado
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Además de los que se nombran en la sección de Recursos, las siguientes publicaciones fueron utilizadas para preparar este folleto:

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Matyas, M. and Triana, E. M. (1995). In Touch With Mathematics. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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