Some kids like Math. Some kids like reading. By combining the two important skills, you are giving kids to work on a skill they need to develop while having fun with a skill they have already mastered. 65 Short Mysteries you Solve with Math! is the book to get.
65 Short Mysteries you Solve with Math!
Eric Yoder and Natalie Yoder
65 Short Mysteries you Solve with Math! is a book written for your young teen. The book will take your child through both fun and realistic mysteries without a solution. It is up to your child to be the detective. Using his knowledge of math, he has to find a solution to the mystery.
This book is logically organized into chapters to help your child better have fun with math. From solving math problems at home to at play and everyday, your child will have what needs to have fun with math where he loves it best.
I do think kids will love how this book is written. On one side of the book, there is the math problem. The math problems are fun to read, and easy to follow. After the child has found the solution, he turned the page to find the solution. The best part of the solution, your child will find more than just an answer. They will find a detailed answer on how they got to the solution. Your child can learn from both the math question and the math answer.
Read Out Loud
As children get older, many are not fond of reading out loud. As this is an important skill, 65 Short Mysteries you Solve with Math! helps make it fun. Have your child read the math problem to you. You will both have to solve the problem. After, compare notes and see who has the correct solution.
My Overall Opinion
65 Short Mysteries you Solve with Math! is a great book. It takes both reading comprehension and math skills and combines them. With every real life problem presented to the kids, this book has many solution. With so many ways to figure out math in your world, your kids will be a life-long mathematician in no time.
Does your child like reading or math?
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