Find out how to count your way out of a death-trap, why multiplication can stop a hairy green spot epidemic, and meet the barmy pure mathematicians who spent years proving 5 + 0 = 5. Meanwhile, Chainsaw Charlie, Halfsmile and their gang discover that even the simplest maths can be murderous....
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Awesome Arithmetricks Reviews
Funny, borderline crude, and so very, very British. Excellent overview of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Various approaches in thinking and understanding. Great graphics that illustrate and entertain. Will be greatly enjoyed by boys, those who already love math, and those who enjoy "pictures" amongst the words. But everyone else will be pleasantly entertained, and even learn a thing or two, if not digest the whole book.Played the games "frazzle or fish food," and "assassins," and the kids loved them. These books are hard to find in the US. They can be found used, if you're diligent. But check out Ray at HorribleBooks.com in southern California if you want a particular title.
I always loved the "Horrible histories" books and all the branches from that including "Murderous maths" THEY ARE SO AWESOME! they are what real teaching is my friend. I LEARNT LONG DIVISION, LOOOOOONG MULTIPLICATION and plenty of other number-related things from this very book. (i actually forgot a lot of it because i read it so long ago but it was actually really helpful and humourous and oh it was just the best! It was the funnest way to learn maths.
Book report on AAMThis book cham-bupples your heart,zas-boppes' your brain,goop-manskintingbooples your mind. Read it? It is full of stuff Like 7X29.A paddle brakes the heart here. The best explanatory is this book is about math. Not much i know. Hail bad.
This book has one game and three puzzles. It is one of the books from Murderous Maths, my favorite science-fiction series about math, but this book is very easy. It tells me adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing that I had learned long ago. That's why I gave this book 4 stars.
Mathe, voll logisch! by Kjartan Poskitt (1998)
Definitely a fun way to approach math. I love the British humor.
I found this book a bit crude in its silliness. For some children who enjoy comics, though, this may be a good tool for developing basic math concepts.