These tips give parents ideas for math exercises that will develop their child's math abilities. Today’s parent tip for “mathing” with your child focuses on shapes.
Today is the unofficial holiday celebrating reading and literature — it’s National Book Lovers Day! Which in turn means it’s the official day to spend reading your favorite book, in your favorite reading spot. Or take advantage of this annual holiday to read a new book!
To help you and your child grow your love of reading and mathematics, we’ve compiled a list of recommended math books. There are books for young readers, as well as ambitious readers, with targeted concepts outlined for each. Download the resource (below), select a book, and sit back, relax, and READ!
Fun fact: Did you know the name for someone who has a great appreciation for books is bibliophile? It makes us wonder…what is the name for someone who has a great appreciation for math books?
Follow our Number Sense Blog for more recommended math resources or visit a Mathnasium Center nearest you!
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