Making Math Meaningful: Fun with Puzzles, Games and More!
All New Third Edition! By Randy Evans, Mick Follari, and Jamie York. View author biographies and a full explanation of what this math puzzle book contains – Click Here!
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5.5″ x 8.5″, 174 pages, illustrated, perfect bound
What’s New in the Third Edition?
· Now includes easier puzzles for 4th and 5th graders
· Additional puzzles for grades 6 – 12
· 100’s of puzzles for grades 4 – 12.
Are you looking for a new math challenge for your students?
Do you need a resource of ideas that will give your students the opportunity to experience the thrill of mathematics?
And, what about providing a good puzzle or game that will give everyone the understanding of true problem-solving?
Randy Evans, Mick Follari and Jamie York have combined their knowledge and skills to create a puzzle and game book that is a perfect reference for the Waldorf math classroom and for middle school and high school teachers everywhere.
The book is divided by grade level. It contains not only, puzzles and games, but also math magic tricks and classroom activities. It’s an ideal solution for providing something different for tomorrow’s math class!
READ THE REVIEW IN WALDORF TODAY! by clicking HERE.
Barb, a parent, writes: If you want to make math interesting to students (they say 4th through high school, it is a great resource for anyone wanting to make math more interesting).
This book has (all segmented by grade) puzzles, games, math magic tricks, classroom activities (and of course solutions for the over 200 puzzles, games etc.
Why this book? The authors have collected very good puzzles for each grade, with the intent to provide students with the experience of a mathematical thrill, NOT just memorizing rote procedures.
Want to bring your math classes alive? sprinkle in some of these teasers… Having watched how author Jamie York creates stories and challenges for his students, it makes me wish I had teachers as interesting and engaging as this.
Bust the myths of “math is hard” and “Math is not interesting” with the puzzles in this book!!