Riddle-Iculous Math

Riddle Iculous Math This funny book of riddles and jokes teach youngsters basic math skills while they read about animal sleepover parties cafeteria food fights and a boy who made five million dollars in a month Full c

  • Title: Riddle-Iculous Math
  • Author: Joan Holub Regan Dunnick
  • ISBN: 9780807549964
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This funny book of riddles and jokes teach youngsters basic math skills while they read about animal sleepover parties, cafeteria food fights, and a boy who made five million dollars in a month Full color.

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    1 thought on “Riddle-Iculous Math”

    1. Great math book for some riddles and jokes for kids! It can also be a great tool for teaching in a classroom (2-5) for some fun whole class activities.

    2. Personal Reaction - I like this book because it has many examples of math problems. When I learned Math, my first math teacher gave me many examples to practice. I believe to practice similar questions would help children to have a better understanding of math. Moreover, this book includes many fun stories that can possibly happen in their real lives. It would enhance children's interests. Purposes- I would recommend this book to third graders.- According to common core, third graders have learn [...]

    3. This book is very simple written, but carries important content. Through this book, students can learn basic skills while reading about a boy who made more than 5 million dollars in one month, animal sleepover parties, cafeteria food fights etc. I think that this book can be used when transitioning one activity to another. It is joyful book that in my opinion would bring fun while learning basic concepts of math such as addition, subtraction etc.

    4. This book would be great to have on hand as a "sponge" activity when we only have a few minutes before we transition to something else. The riddles are funny and short so we could discuss one or two riddles depending on how much time we have.

    5. My husband and I worked through these riddles on a car trip. I wish there were more fun books like this one about elementary-school math.

    6. Grades 2-5. Nonfiction Poetry Book. Rhyming songs and riddles reinforce math vocabulary. Math puzzles are also included. It all adds up to fun

    7. Silly and fun. Puny and corny. Laugh and smile for milesIt has real math problems written with humorIt can help kids look at math in a new way

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