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Which One Doesn't Belong?

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Talking math with your child is simple and even entertaining with this better approach to shapes!

Written by a celebrated math educator, this innovative inquiry encourages critical thinking and sparks memorable mathematical conversations. Children and their parents answer the same question about each set of four shapes: "Which one doesn't belong?" There's no one right answer—the important thing is to have a reason why. Kids might describe the shapes as squished, smooshed, dented, or even goofy. But when they justify their thinking, they're talking math! Winner of the Mathical Book Prize for books that inspire children to see math all around them.

"This is one shape book that will both challenge readers' thinking and encourage them to think outside the box."—Kirkus Reviews, STARRED review

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Publisher: Charlesbridge

Kindle Book

  • Release date: February 12, 2019

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781632898111
  • Release date: February 12, 2019

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Kindle Book
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Languages

English

Levels

Lexile® Measure:410
Text Difficulty:1

Talking math with your child is simple and even entertaining with this better approach to shapes!

Written by a celebrated math educator, this innovative inquiry encourages critical thinking and sparks memorable mathematical conversations. Children and their parents answer the same question about each set of four shapes: "Which one doesn't belong?" There's no one right answer—the important thing is to have a reason why. Kids might describe the shapes as squished, smooshed, dented, or even goofy. But when they justify their thinking, they're talking math! Winner of the Mathical Book Prize for books that inspire children to see math all around them.

"This is one shape book that will both challenge readers' thinking and encourage them to think outside the box."—Kirkus Reviews, STARRED review

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