How to be a math wizard / written by Dr. Anne-Marie Imafidon
Book | DK/Penguin Random House | 2020 | First American edition.

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Edition
First American edition.
Description
144 pages : color illustrations, map ; 29 cm
Note
Includes index.
Contents
Edible math -- Toys and games -- Out and about -- Getting around -- Around the home -- Your body.
Summary
With 30 activities and crafts that children can play their way through, this kids' book takes the fear out of math--and gives you the skills to become a math expert. Children will find out that being a mathematician isn't just about scrawling numbers on a dusty chalkboard--it's part of our everyday lives! How to Be a Math Wizard teaches kids to think like math pros as they ask mathematical questions and get hands-on with key math concepts. From calculation and numbers; to space, shape, and measure; all core curriculum math topics are covered in creative and engaging ways. This book invites kids to investigate math in a playful, hands-on way, using things from around the house: find out about perimeter by designing and building a mini house, practice multiplication through a game of bingo, sweeten probability through chocolate, and uncover the mystery of coordinates through a treasure map. If you like solving problems, making things, and learning facts, then this is the book for you, mathematician!
Audience
Ages 7-9.
Subject
Genre/Form
ISBN
1465493034
9781465493033
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