We Want Kids To Feel About Math The Way They Feel About Dessert After Dinner Laura Overdeck, Time Magazine Our Mission To Make Math A Fun Part Of Kids Everyday Lives In, Bedtime Math This Time It S Personal, Families Will Find Fun, Mischief Making Math Problems That Kids Can T Wait To Figure Out With OverMath Riddles On Topics From Pillow Forts And And Sneeze Speeds To Overfed Pets And Underwear, Kids Will Find Math Isn T Just Fun, It Can Be Found In Their Everyday Lives And With Three Different Levels Of Challenge Wee Ones, Little Kids, And Big Kids , Plus A Brand New Bonus Question, There S Something For Everyone Just As We All Love Stories Before Bedtime, Families Will Find Math Is Equally As Fun And Engaging Many Generations Kids And Parents Included Have Been Intimidated By Math, But Bedtime Math Is Here To Change All We Can Make Numbers Fun, And Change The World, One Bedtime Math Puzzle At A Time

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Kindle Edition

96 pages

Bedtime Math (Bedtime Math Series Book 2)

Laura Overdeck

English

02 January 2018

Laura Overdeck

Laura Overdeck

10 thoughts on “Bedtime Math (Bedtime Math Series Book 2) ”

I initially doubted that the bedtime math books would really be fun for kids My own slight math anxiety blinded me to the idea that kids might see math as anything other than a chore Was I ever wrong This book is a fantastic way to get kids engaged with math My son LOVES doing these math problems before bed, and it really calms him down and gives him focus, so that we have even fun reading stories after we ve done our math He l says that he loves math, and is confident in his abilities to solve these problems as we work through them together In fact, since we ve started Bedtime Math, the most effective way to get him to put his pajamas on is to say, Hey buddy, if we don t get moving, we won t have time for math If you are inclined to write this book off as the kind of thing that is only for parents who need to be sure that their preschooler will get into the Ivy of their choice when the time comes, I strongly encourage you to try Bedtime Math with your child and see how it goes Kudos to Laura Overdeck and her team Bedtime Math IS lots of fun

I thought this was better than book 1 in the series.There was thought to exactly what types of problems were assigned to each level For example, Wee Ones problems were either counting, which is bigger with single digit s , or simple patterns.The illustrations were good and were especially helpful with Wee Ones problems There was one problem where a non Wee Ones problem had to do with the difference in number of letters between 2 names where I thought that the illustration mis represented the problem.This isn t what the best math teachers for young ones would do with kids, but it s not bad, either For parents who want to do SOMETHING, then it s a good start.

I LOVE this I wish my kids were small againit s chunked up into readable pieces to chew on and discusssimply wonderful resource for families to promote math conversationI love how this is chunked by age groups families often have children in multiple agesanswers on the page may be helpful for parents toocolorful as well I highly recommend this

I like this second book even better than the first A clever idea in a world where children can easily be convinced that math is difficult, no fun, and certainly not anything they want to engage with I will be getting a copy for my First grade classroom, where I think it will create a stir of excitement among many of my students.

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I initially doubted that the bedtime math books would really be fun for kids My own slight math anxiety blinded me to the idea that kids might see math as anything other than a chore Was I ever wrong This book is a fantastic way to get kids engaged with math My son LOVES doing these math problems before bed, and it really calms him down and gives him focus, so that we have even fun reading stories after we ve done our math He l says that he loves math, and is confident in his abilities to solve these problems as we work through them together In fact, since we ve started Bedtime Math, the most effective way to get him to put his pajamas on is to say, Hey buddy, if we don t get moving, we won t have time for math If you are inclined to write this book off as the kind of thing that is only for parents who need to be sure that their preschooler will get into the Ivy of their choice when the time comes, I strongly encourage you to try Bedtime Math with your child and see how it goes Kudos to Laura Overdeck and her team Bedtime Math IS lots of fun

I thought this was better than book 1 in the series.There was thought to exactly what types of problems were assigned to each level For example, Wee Ones problems were either counting, which is bigger with single digit s , or simple patterns.The illustrations were good and were especially helpful with Wee Ones problems There was one problem where a non Wee Ones problem had to do with the difference in number of letters between 2 names where I thought that the illustration mis represented the problem.This isn t what the best math teachers for young ones would do with kids, but it s not bad, either For parents who want to do SOMETHING, then it s a good start.

I LOVE this I wish my kids were small againit s chunked up into readable pieces to chew on and discusssimply wonderful resource for families to promote math conversationI love how this is chunked by age groups families often have children in multiple agesanswers on the page may be helpful for parents toocolorful as well I highly recommend this

I like this second book even better than the first A clever idea in a world where children can easily be convinced that math is difficult, no fun, and certainly not anything they want to engage with I will be getting a copy for my First grade classroom, where I think it will create a stir of excitement among many of my students.

Wish there were books like these 0

Brilliant I wish they had these books around when I was young and or when I was raising my daughters.

Even fun ways to practice math.

As good as the first but for younger kids I think.

I liked how this book gave activities questions for different aged skilled kiddos Children would like the stories and the pictures.