Math is the foundation of all sciences and key to understanding the world around us. Math Games Lab for Kids uses over fifty hands-on activities to make learning a variety of math concepts fun and easy for kids.
Make learning math fun by sharing these hands-on labs with your child. Math Games Lab for Kids presents more than 50 activities that incorporate coloring, drawing, games, and making shapes to make math more than just numbers. With Math Games Lab for Kids, kids can:
And don't worry about running to the store for expensive supplies! Everything needed to complete the activities can be found in the book or around the house.
Math is more important than ever. Give your child a great experience and solid foundation with Math Games Lab for Kids.
Publisher: Quarry Books
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 8 g
Dimensions: 216 x 216 x 15 mm
"This compilation of fresh, hands-on STEM activities explores a variety of mathematical concepts, from basic geometric shapes to parabolas, fractals, and puzzles...Recommended for libraries and educators seeking a tactile approach to elementary mathematics." - Doneanne Soult, Westampton Middle School, NJ, for School Library Journal
"Required materials are all readily available: in the opening pages, children can use gumdrops and toothpicks like Tinkertoys to build cubes, pyramids, and other three-dimensional structures; many projects need nothing more than pencil and paper. Removable paper templates are provided for some of the activities. Rapaport and Yoder make the projects accessible to readers of varying skill levels, whether they are learning about basic shapes or developing a more advanced understanding of mathematics." - Publishers Weekly
"Five thematic chapters define broad types of applications, such as curves and fractals, graph theory, and topology. This collection of activities celebrates an inquiry-based approach to learning math, which may be an excellent complement to more traditional classroom curricula, especially for reluctant learners. As such, it's a great resource for parents, teachers, and curious young readers alike." - Erin Anderson, Booklist Online
'With more than 50 activities inside, there's so much to do, whether it's making prisms and pyramids or building your own toothpick puzzles.' * How It Works *
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