Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes Out

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  • Hardcover
  • 96 pages
  • Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes Out
  • Laura Overdeck
  • 27 November 2017
  • 1250047757

Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes OutWe Want Kids To Feel About Math The Way They Feel About Dessert After Dinner Laura Overdeck, Time MagazineOur Mission To Make Math A Fun Part Of Kids Everyday Lives When Is The Last Time You Gave Your Child A Math Problem Just For Fun Yesterday Last Year Maybe Never We All Know It S Wonderful To Read Bedtime Stories To Kids, But The Question Remains What About Doing Math Math Has A Negative Association In Our Culture And Many Americans Are Uncomfortable And Even Fearful Of Math And Numbers But Bedtime Math Is Here To Change All ThatIn Bedtime Math , Math And Fun Facts Combine For One Wacky And Wild Adventure Now Kids Can Discover The Truth Behind All Their Favorite Things Marshmallows, Coca Cola, Astronaut Ice Cream, And These Fun, Mischief Making Math Problems Aren T Just Kid Friendly, But Actually, Kid Appealing With Over Math Problems On A Variety Of Topics, Kids Will Find Math Isn T Just Fun It Can Be Found Everywhere And With Three Different Levels Of Challenge Wee Ones, Little Kids, And Big Kids , Plus A Bonus Question, There S Something For Everyone We Can Make Numbers Fun And Change The World One Bedtime Math Problem At A Time

10 thoughts on “Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes Out

  1. Книжни Криле says:

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  2. Ryan says:

    We really enjoyed reading through this book Our 4 year old answered the 1st 2 questions and the 7 year old answered the 2nd two The questions are thought provoking for kids There wasn t a clear progression of math skills or intensification of a domain over a series of stories but it didn t take away from the overall value of the book.

  3. Sierra McCauley says:

    Plot Bedtime Math The Truth Comes Out is an awesome book that makes learning fun and interesting for students Each page has a fun fact story description of topics kids are interested in Like Crayola crayons, along with math problems related to the fun fact topic.Why I Chose It I chose this book because I love that it has differentiation built in Each math problem has variations under it that let you alter the level of difficulty for students at different levels of learning.Genre Non Fictio Plot Bedtime Math The Truth Comes Out is an awesome book that makes learning fun and interesting for students Each page has a fun fact story description of topics kids are interested in Like Crayola crayons, along with math problems related to the fun fact topic.Why I Chose It I chose this book because I love that it has differentiation built in Each math problem has variations under it that let you alter the level of difficulty for students at different levels of learning.Genre Non FictionGrade Level Subject Primary MathHow I Would Use it in My Classroom I would use this book in my classroom to give students a problem of the day , because being able to read students a fun fact description before giving them a math problem would get theminterested and inspired

  4. Nicole says:

    Perfect for 4 year olds, 5 year olds, 6 year olds They beg me to read it because the pictures are so funny and the situations are so silly and off the wall And they do the math without complaint amazing

  5. Ashley Adkins says:

    This is the second Bedtime Math book our boys have read They are now 8 and 9 years old and they love the challenge This book has a Bonus activity on each page and the boys love it Highly recommend these books

  6. Jo Oehrlein says:

    While book 1 had 3 problems per 2 page spread, this one has 4 problems per 2 page spread The Bonus problem has things that are, at least some of the time,thought provoking.

  7. Dan says:

    Great for elementary school kids they love the wacky, short factual story, and the three levels of math problems present challenges for any level up to about 2nd or 3rd grade.

  8. Sarah says:

    We have been reading books about counting Today I have a new book that is also about counting, but it also has different math questions in it as well This book is called Bedtime Math The truth comes out Look at the cover What do you see students respond with possible answers I see a treasure chest It makes me think that we will be finding out about a treasure I also see kids in their pajamas I bet these are kids who do math just to fall asleep What do you think Can math help you go We have been reading books about counting Today I have a new book that is also about counting, but it also has different math questions in it as well This book is called Bedtime Math The truth comes out Look at the cover What do you see students respond with possible answers I see a treasure chest It makes me think that we will be finding out about a treasure I also see kids in their pajamas I bet these are kids who do math just to fall asleep What do you think Can math help you go to sleep children respond Lets start reading, and hopefully the math won t make us sleepy On this first page I see ice cream and an astronaut What do astronauts, ice cream, and math have in common children respond Oh I see, this page tells us about how astronauts eat ice cream in space and how it is made One of the math questions asks us how many ingredients are used to make astronaut ice cream Lets count how many ingredients we would need Yes, there are four ingredients Do you think there areingredients in astronaut ice cream or regular on Earth ice cream children respond Lets read the next page to see what math problem we are given and what secret truth we find out.Opening Moves Raise questions in readers minds Connect to prior text Make predictions based on personal experience Activate prior knowledgeThis book stretches the reader s thinking beyond just counting, tocomplex skills such as pattern recognition It also provides a playful way for students to see how math is all around them It is scaffold for early learners through upper elementary age students.Pinnell, G S., Fountas, I C 2006 Engaging readers in thinking and talking abouttexts through interactive read aloud Teaching for comprehending andfluency Thinking, talking, and writing about reading, k 8 Portsmouth, NH Heinemann Publishing

  9. Barbara says:

    Written by the same author of Bedtime Math A Fun Excuse to Stay Up Late and Bedtime Math This Time It s Personal, the book does exactly what the previous volumes do make math fun and practical Math problems are nestled within interesting anecdotes about marshmallows, ice cream, how the Egyptian pyramids were built, and how slowly sloths move, among other interesting topics After the information has been provided, the author concocts four different math problems related to the topic, one for Written by the same author of Bedtime Math A Fun Excuse to Stay Up Late and Bedtime Math This Time It s Personal, the book does exactly what the previous volumes do make math fun and practical Math problems are nestled within interesting anecdotes about marshmallows, ice cream, how the Egyptian pyramids were built, and how slowly sloths move, among other interesting topics After the information has been provided, the author concocts four different math problems related to the topic, one for very young readers, one for youngsters or little kids, one for older kids, and achallenging, bonus problem Naturally, the problems get harder for the older readers Withthan 100 math problems, all accompanied by bright and colorful illustrations that entice readers with their cartoonish effect, this book just might succeed in making mathpopular and fun for youngsters and their parents It s surely a lot better than any book filled with those drill and kill exercises that provoke mostly groans and yawns Most impressively, the author s curiosity about the wide world around her and her love for math are apparent on every page, which makes this one a great title for elementary and intermediate classrooms Although I m not sure how perfect a book such as this one is at bedtime I d be too overstimulated by all the information perhaps it would work quite well

  10. Paula says:

    Who says that math can t be fun This bedtime story book features spreads with brief narratives about the origins of common sayings and other interesting factoids followed by three math posers The three related math questions are listed by degree of difficulty rather than age grade levels wee ones, little kids, big kids These are followed by a bonus question Answers require basic math operations, counting skills, and size concepts This entertaining book provides an excellent opportuni Who says that math can t be fun This bedtime story book features spreads with brief narratives about the origins of common sayings and other interesting factoids followed by three math posers The three related math questions are listed by degree of difficulty rather than age grade levels wee ones, little kids, big kids These are followed by a bonus question Answers require basic math operations, counting skills, and size concepts This entertaining book provides an excellent opportunity for parents to increase their child s math skills in a less structured and manageable sitting Colorful, cartoon illustrations keep the tone lighthearted and less didactic This is a great way for parents or caregivers to integrate math skills into the daily routine A bright equation chart at the end provides explanations answers to the questions for each story The book is a worthwhile addition to any school or public library