Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jun 19, Alexandria rated it really liked it Shelves: want-to-get , ideal-classroom-library , loved , children-poetry , children-humor , children-math , 2nd-5th-grade-books , children-picture-books , 6th-8th-grade-books. Great math book for some riddles and jokes for kids! It can also be a great tool for teaching in a classroom for some fun whole class activities. Oct 18, Joy Lane rated it liked it Shelves: j , math. Apr 27, Hyeonjeong Lee rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-information.
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. Thus, they are ready to learn multiplication and division. By reading this book, children can practice addition and subtraction as well as they learn the new concepts, which are multiplication and division. While saying their actions, the author asks questions like "How many centimeters did each person's food fly? For example, there is a short story "Bon Voyage! She meets 11 elephants and each elephant has 7 plants.
Then, each plant has 7 ants.
The question is how many ants wound up in France? Next to sentences, there are elephants with plants and ants. Also, many things symbolize France like the Eiffel Tower. They ask different math questions and show how to solve them. Hope you enjoy!
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Our first Shadowman book was so popular that people kept asking for more. I think part of their motivation was that our Riddle Rooms were good — unless their players were more oriented towards action than thinking. With puzzles and traps, the players have less of a choice. Our fans also liked the "Shadowman" room where to solve the puzzle you had to go from place to place in order to finally get the key to get out. Just like the first one we also provided "steps" that you could use as a way of seeing if you were on the right track to solving the puzzle.
The concept for Riddle Rooms is pretty simple, give the players a riddle and once they figure out the answer to the riddle they need to use that answer somehow to then open a door or do something else to get the treasure they're there for. For example, if a riddle's answer was "water" then perhaps they would need to sprinkle water on the ground or soak something in water in order to solve the puzzle of the room.
For quite a while, our most popular book on Amazon. Getting pure long-meter this thoroughly right in modern English is hard, though; the sound-pattern of English has changed, becoming more like that of the Latin, French and Greek languages for which end-rhymed counting verse works well. And the results tend to sound awkward to modern ears, used as they are to end-rhyme and counting meters.
It works better to blend some features of long-meter into modern forms. Rudyard Kipling's Harp-Song of the Dane Women shows what a really able poet can do along these lines:. In this notation, indicates the half-line pause. None of these lines is perfect long-meter ; the first has only two alliterations , the two spondees in the second line don't fit any of the historical half-line stress patterns see Appendix C of the Alexander book for details , and the third line lacks a caesura. Finally, the lines are end rhymed , a practice rare in long-meter.
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