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# Eat Your Math Homework

by
Ann McCallum (Goodreads Author),
Leeza Hernandez

This collection of yummy recipes and fun math facts is sure to tempt taste buds and make you hungry for more. Explore patterns in nature while you chomp on Fibonacci Stack Sticks. Amaze your friends with delicious Variable Pizza Pi! Wash down your geometry assignment with some Milk and Tangram Cookies.

Topics covered include probability, Fibonacci numbers, tessellations, v ...more

Topics covered include probability, Fibonacci numbers, tessellations, v ...more

Hardcover, 48 pages

Published
July 1st 2011
by Charlesbridge
(first published January 1st 2011)

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*Eat Your Math Homework*I think about its intended audience. Look this book up on a site like Amazon and you’ll learn that it was written for the 9-12 aged set. That may well be, but what you’re dealing with is a picture book, for all practical intents and purposes. So it would be a part ...more

Originally posted on Creative Madness Mama.

We are still in the earliest years of math education in our homeschool and I want to make sure that math remains a favored subject and not a dreaded one. Thus when I heard about Ann McCallum's

*I was intrigued and excited about the possibility of adding such a book to our homeschool set up. We are enjoying living books with a math theme and I think an activity book for math will definitely excite my little people. Especially a r ...more*

**Eat Your Math Homework**One of my favorite recipes from this book was the "Tessellating Two-Color Brownies. I had no idea what a tessellation was until I read the recipe for it. According to McCallum Pg. 19, "It is a pattern of repeating shapes, or polygons, that ...more

We really enjoyed reading this book together. I have to admit that we did not tackle any of the projects while reading the book, but the next time we bake brownies, I definitely plan to make a t ...more

I really like the concept but I'm not sure a kid would buy into it.

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