Amazing Visual Math
  • Amazing Visual Math
  • Amazing Visual Math
  • Amazing Visual Math
  • Amazing Visual Math
  • Amazing Visual Math
  • Amazing Visual Math
ISBN: 1465420177
EAN13: 9781465420176
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 16, 2014
Pages: 18
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 10.9" L x 8.6" W
Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Covering the essential math concepts learned in the first years of school, Amazing Visual Math brings a whole new dimension to learning.

Amazing Visual Math is an interactive hands-on experience that makes math fun. Key curriculum subjects including shapes, patterns, telling time, lines of symmetry, addition, subtraction, measurement and more are explained through over 50 interactive elements throughout the book including pop-ups, flaps, and pull the tab elements, making an otherwise tedious subject entertaining.

Ideal for developing manual dexterity skills and sharpening visual learning skills, Amazing Visual Math is a hands-on experience kids won't want to put down.

Supports the Common Core State Standards.

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5
   Great way to introduce math concepts
It is not something we come back to over and over again, but each page was a very mathematical introduction to a beautiful concept.
 
4
   Awesome visual tool not so sturdy
It was given by my 4 year old to my grandma. It is a great visual tool for early learners. She is an early learner, but I would not recommend it for someone this young. She ripped it in a few days. My only complaint is that it isn 't more durable.
 
5
   Ohmygosh yessssssss!
I ordered this just because it was on sale. We had three children and I wanted to leave this one around just to see if they would pick up anything from it... Holy cow. He will look at it for hours and sit down. And he picks up multiplication from it. Without even trying, without me.
 
5
   Good book for young kids, engaging
It is a good math book for young children, most important for me is that the book is engaging enough to keep them interested in a course, teaches the basic and i think these 3D shapes are better than flat printed images. At least it was not boring.
 
5
   Best Lift-The-Flap book ever.
This is by far the coolest book I ever bought. We love both DK and Usborne Life-the-Flap and Interactive Learning Books, but this is our newest favorite. My 7yo now begs to practice geometry, and he is so proud of himself for understanding it so well. My only complaint is that he accidentally removed the golden circle insert from the pie fraction tool, and I can not figure out how it was meant to be. It can still work, but not as well as it did before. Note that this should not reflect the book's quality. My son is a budding engineer and has to know how EVERYTHING works. This is not the first time that he has disassembled a well-made product.
 
5
   Highly recommended - makes learning fractions fun!!
I bought this for my elder grandsons - 7 and 9-and-and boy, it is a winner! They are impressed by the foldouts and play like a game with it. It has greatly helped them in this area with their math skills. I am so pleased with it, I bought a second and intend to buy two more for my other grandkids. A word of caution : don 't let the toddlers get it. If handled roughly, the pullouts can be torn from the page.
 
5
   5 year old loves this and is learning a lot
I bought this months ago and my 5yo still asks for it as his bedtime story pretty often. It is a great way to learn graphically and improves spacial reasoning. He has learned fractions pretty well, and the ladder stuff works well for addition and subtraction. You can come up with your own questions and then use the visuals to work out the answers once they have memorized the problems in the book.
 
5
   6yr old grabs it from the shelf.
If it is sitting on the shelf, it is not doing anything. Kid likes to build this book, I think his favorite pages are the ones you can look at in 3D shapes. Not something I would have made a point to teach him already, but he is able to see 2d shapes become 3d objects. Instead of recognizing their names, he now knows the differences of their faces. I have popped the flaps before we sat down the first time with it and I'm glad I did. It took a bit to get them without ripping them off the screen and I think he would have been too excited to have patience. But there is always a tape.
 
2
   Meh, boring for a mom and son who love math
I am surprised how boring this book is. The way there are so many moving and pop out pieces is cool, but the math questions and concepts are boring. Maybe better for a Kindergarten level, but would still be rather boring.
 
5
   The absoloute BEST book for teaching math I have ever seen!!!!
This is by far the best book for teaching mathematics! Starting from the beginning of the journey through algebra and geometry, and its so easy to understand that my 3 year old passed the final quiz after a week. It is much better than any text book I had in school because it simplifies the learning process and helps kids understand even more complex problems by using pop out 3d visualizations of each concept. Highly recommended!
 
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