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I'm Trying to Love Math von Bethany Barton
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I'm Trying to Love Math

von Bethany Barton

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Children's Choice Award winner Bethany Barton applies her signature humor to the scariest subject of all: math! Do multiplication tables give you hives? Do you break out in a sweat when you see more than a few numbers hanging out together? Then I'm Trying to Love Math is for you! In her signature hilarious style, Bethany Barton introduces readers to the things (and people) that use math in amazing ways -- like music, and spacecraft, and even baking cookies! This isn't a how-to math book, it's a way to think differently about math as a necessary and cool part of our lives!… (mehr)
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I'm Trying to Love Math, is a very signature humor book about the most scariest subject which is math. Bethany Barton, introduces readers to people and things that use math in amazing ways. This book has many benefits with helping students see that math isn't a scary subject, but a exciting one. Showing that other people and things use this subject in their daily life helps the students want to learn more and calms them over the whole idea of math. ( )
  rbradfute | Apr 29, 2021 |
This book relates math to real life. Showing students that you use math in things that they like for example, pizza, makes the students more interested in math. The book is best for students in elementary but can be used mostly in younger grades. The main character the alien shows the reader many fun facts and makes the learning fun for all. ( )
  BreeGaska | Mar 25, 2021 |
The book "I'm Trying to Love Math", is a book that will ease students minds when it comes to math. Math can be a very scary subject but this book is a great ice breaker. Throughout the book it talks about how math can be used for music, science aka spacecrafts. While you will also use math when it comes to baking. This book will give students another view on math and how it can be a cool part of our lives. Any middle grade math students will enjoy this ice breaking book. ( )
  ARobertson | Mar 24, 2021 |
Do your students freak out when the subject of Math arises? Is it too hard? Do they struggle? Then this is the book for you. The book I'm Trying to Love Math is about an alien who comes from space to tell students all about the ways Math is fun. the narrator of the book is unconvinced and the alien has to work at convincing the students and narrator how math is so fun. By the end of the book, the alien has convinced us that math is connected to so many things that we love. Things that include; cooking, nature, music, games, and navigation. I loved this book specifically because it is chalked full of interesting and cool facts about math and the many ways that we use it in our everyday life. I think this book is great for all ages but It would be really great for 4-7 graders because some of the connections might be a little advanced for the younger grades. ( )
  NickiByrd | Feb 17, 2021 |
This book is a great book for children who are not very fond of math. This book is about an alien who encounters a kid who does not like math. In the book the author gives many everyday scenarios that involve math. Towards the end of the book the kid starts to look at math a little different, but is still not the child'd favorite. The alien helps change the kids perspective about math. ( )
  kianak98 | Nov 20, 2020 |
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Children's Choice Award winner Bethany Barton applies her signature humor to the scariest subject of all: math! Do multiplication tables give you hives? Do you break out in a sweat when you see more than a few numbers hanging out together? Then I'm Trying to Love Math is for you! In her signature hilarious style, Bethany Barton introduces readers to the things (and people) that use math in amazing ways -- like music, and spacecraft, and even baking cookies! This isn't a how-to math book, it's a way to think differently about math as a necessary and cool part of our lives!

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