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The Grapes of Math: Mind-Stretching Math Riddles

de Greg Tang

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Illustrated riddles introduce strategies for solving a variety of math problems in using visual clues.
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Book is great for allowing kids to think mathematically. It promotes growth to the math process and how to think about everything in math terms. Book promotes solid math strategies and perfect for all ages who need a boost in math. ( )
  ORB002 | Nov 26, 2021 |
The Grapes of Math is a super cute math book to have in your classroom. Throughout the book there are math riddles which makes reading the book fun. Students can associate what they learn from this book to also have fun doing math in the classroom. I think this book would be good as a read aloud. I would like to have this book in my library whether it be a math or ELAR classroom. ( )
  Roxana_Guerra | Nov 20, 2021 |
The Grapes of Math is a great book to have in the classroom because it provides ways to solve mathematical problems. this is good in the classroom because students can have trouble figuring out what way they need to solve the problems. However, with this book students can see the process of how to solve problems so that they open their eyes to future problem solving techniques. ( )
  annamcgee1 | Nov 17, 2021 |
The Grapes of Math is only one of several math books in a series that aims to help five- to ten-year-old students with their computational and problem-solving skills. The author, Greg Tang, lives in Massachusetts and has successfully taught his method of calculating and understanding math concepts by using grouping patterns and visual techniques that allow the students to comprehend math skills through prediction and practice. Realizing through tutoring in his children’s school classroom the pitfalls of the old ways of teaching math, he developed concepts that showed how to interpret numbers in a different way that unlocked the key for some students. He uses everyday objects to show that math is everywhere in our lives. As a great way to introduce certain math subjects and topics covered in the book, he includes lessons on symmetry, patterns, and number combinations. Tang is a pioneer in his thinking, yet never gave up on reinventing how math is solved. ( )
  Pgt003 | Nov 7, 2021 |
Grapes of Wrath is a collection of riddles to challenge your student's math capabilities. The target audience will probably be around 7 to 10 years olds. There are no notable characters due to it being a riddle book. Personally, I see this as a fun interactive book to challenge your kids and a great read-out loud. ( )
  H_Ross | Nov 5, 2021 |
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This genuinely clever math book uses rhyming couplets and riddles, as well as visual cues to help the reader find new ways to group numbers for quick counting. It’s a return to number sets, with none of those boring parentheses and signs. Here the rhyme gives a clue to the new ways of grouping numbers. For example: “Mama mia, pizza pie, / How many mushrooms do you spy? / Please don’t count them, it’s too slow, / This hot pie was made to go! / Let me give you some advice, / Just do half and count it twice.” A quick look at the pizza, and the reader can see each slice has the same number of mushrooms. Count by threes for half the pie, and double it. Each rhyme is given a double-page spread. The extra-large, brightly colored images leap off the page but never distract from the author’s intent. Some riddles are very challenging, but the author provides all the solutions in the back. Once the reader has seen the answers, the strategy is obvious and can be applied to other situations. Great fun for math enthusiasts and creative thinkers, this might also teach adults some new tricks. A winning addition. (Nonfiction. 7-10)
Picture puzzles accompanied by clues in verse encourage readers to embark on some inspired problem solving. Each riddle and an illustration are set on a two-page spread. The goofy rhymes set a humorous tone. Through patterns, grouping, and creative thinking, the problems to be solved will have children adding, subtracting, and multiplying. Throughout, Tang sneaks in useful visual strategies that can be used in solving other computation problems. Bright, appealing computer images add to the playful nature of the title. The solutions provided at the back of the volume include a miniature color reproduction of each picture and a clearly diagrammed answer along with text outlining the process employed to arrive at that answer. A fun addition to classroom and library shelves.
afegit per ReneHohls | editaSchool Library Journal 47 no3 Mr 2001, Lucinda Snyder Whitehurst (Mar 1, 2001)

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