Good morning from Northern Ireland! It’s a dreary day here but the kids are happy making breakfast. Soon they’ll be working on a lapbook about inventors; and where would the world be without curious minds? Certainly it would be a very different life we’d lead! Math is important to the majority of inventions, if not all, whether we realise it or not. Many children don’t think math is fun or worthwhile. Let’s see if we can change their minds when they learn about the minds of Einstein, or fold some origami….suddenly math becomes more interesting and fun!! This week, let’s have fun with math books on What to Read Wednesday! And you’re invited to link up your family-friendly blog posts (they don’t need to be specific to math) below. Have a great week!
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Fun With Math Books
Each week a few of us put together a great selection of books on a given topic and bring them to you to help narrow down the choices for you, each of our hosts share different titles, so have a look around each of our posts for wider choice.
To make things even easier for you, I have provided Amazon links to these books for both my American and British readers (just click on the link and you’ll be automatically directed to your county’s Amazon store). Enjoy!
- Albert Einstein biography book
- Archimedes and His Numbers – Biography Books for Kids 9-12
- Lines, Bars and Circles: How William Playfair Invented Graphs
- Around The World Crafts: Great Activities For Kids Who Like History, Math, Art, Science And More!
- Mind-Blowing Modular Origami: The Art of Polyhedral Paper Folding: Use Origami Math to fold Complex, Innovative Geometric Origami Models
- Nifty Thrifty Math Crafts
- Brown Paper School book: Math for Smarty Pants
- The Math Inspectors: Story One – The Case of the Claymore Diamond
- Annika Riz, Math Whiz (Franklin School Friends)