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ABC Math Riddles by Jannelle Martin
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ABC Math Riddles

by Jannelle Martin

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This book has a riddle on every page. Ever page has five or more clues as well as the letters in big black letters with blanks. Great way for students to figure out what math terms are without them knowing that is what they are doing. ( )
  abconnor1 | Nov 2, 2009 |
This is a really cute book to use when starting a math lesson. This book goes through all the vocabulary that you will use. This allows the children, in a fun pattern, to guess at the word with its defintion. It is a little hard so I would personallynot use it before 3rd or maybe even 4th grade, even if it is just for a review of math termonology.
  LASwindle | Oct 26, 2009 |
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A collection of twenty-six riddles, one for each letter of the alphabet, that describe mathematical operations, shapes, and other concepts and ask the reader "What am I?"

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