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Grade 7 Mathematics


Addison Wesley Math Makes Sense 7 and Student Curriculum Companion © 2005

The student textbook package consists of a single-component student textbook.


Authors: Jason Johnston ; Mary Doucette ; Steve Thomas
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada
ISBN: 0321418018 ISBN-13: 9780321418012
Grade: 7
Subject: Mathematics
Distributor: Pearson Education Canada
Phone number: 416-447-5101, or toll free 1-800-361-6128

Teacher guide available

Originally approved February 22, 2006. Approval period extended until August 31, 2018.
This textbook supports The Ontario Curriculum Grades 1-8: Mathematics, 2005 (revised)



McGraw-Hill Ryerson Mathematics 7: Making Connections and Student Supplement © 2006

The student textbook package consists of a single-component student textbook.


Authors: Elizabeth Ainslie, Wayne Erdman, Dan Gilfoy, et al.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson
ISBN: 0070984220 ISBN-13: 9780070984226
Grade: 7
Subject: Mathematics
Distributor: McGraw-Hill Ryerson
Phone number: 905-430-5000, or toll free 1-800-565-5758

Teacher guide available

Originally approved March 08, 2006. Approval period extended until August 31, 2018.
This textbook supports The Ontario Curriculum Grades 1-8: Mathematics, 2005 (revised)



Nelson Mathematics 7 © 2005

The student textbook package consists of a single-component student textbook.


Authors: Bernard A. Beales, Maria Bodiam, Doug Duff, Robin Foster, Cathy Hall, Jack Hope, Chris Kirkpatrick, Beata Kroll Myhill, Geoff Suderman-Gladwell, Joyce Tonner
Publisher: Nelson Education Ltd.
ISBN: 0176269126 ISBN-13: 9780176269128
Grade: 7
Subject: Mathematics
Distributor: Nelson Education Ltd.
Phone number: 416-752-9448, or toll free 1-800-268-2222

Teacher guide available

Originally approved October 04, 2005. Approval period extended until August 31, 2018.
This textbook supports The Ontario Curriculum Grades 1-8: Mathematics, 2005 (revised)


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