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Tyrannosaurus Math by Michelle Markel
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Tyrannosaurus Math (edition 2010)

by Michelle Markel (Author)

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T-Math, a dinosaur, introduces such mathematical concepts as addition, multiplication, counting, and estimations, with examples of adding a herd of triceratops, multiplying the legs of ankylosaurs, and estimating the distance across a gulch.
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Title:Tyrannosaurus Math
Authors:Michelle Markel (Author)
Info:Scholastic (2010), 32 pages
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Tyrannosaurus Math provides great ways to count math for children. It would be great for second grade up as it brings up basic addition and subtraction to more complex division and multiplication.
Is a great picture book in the Acryclic style. ( )
  EverettDowdy | Apr 18, 2021 |
Tyrannosaurus Math is born and he had naturally good math skills and he loved to practice them. He would practice them with his siblings, but they didn't want anything to do with math. Then, his math skills save their lives one day and they learn to love math ever since that day. ( )
  allisonmeyer | Feb 19, 2018 |
Tyrannosaurus Math counts everything. He uses every event as a chance to use his math skills. When there is an earthquake, T-math saves his sister by using estimation and his math skills. From then on, his family appreciates his abilities and want to learn math for themselves. ( )
  NoelAbadie | Apr 19, 2016 |
From the time baby tyrannosaurus rex hatches from his shell, he is looking at the world in math terms. He starts by adding his fingers and toes. As he grows older, he continues to count everything. By the time he was one, he was counting by two's. Shortly after that, he learned to count by fives, he could do subtraction, division, and even recognize geometric shapes. Math is connected to every part of his life. He becomes a genius at math.

This is a very creative way to teach basic math skills to students. It presents the terms in a fun and applicable manner; one that kids can relate to. Colorful illustrations and dinosaurs are a great combination for young kids. It's a unique way to show kids that learning math can be fun. Loved this book - clever!
Recommended grades: 1-3 ( )
  Vschooler | Oct 4, 2012 |
Tyrannosaurus encounters problems that require him to use various elementary math skills to solve. Even better, he doesn't just scream out the answer, Tyrannosaurus Math develops strategies for solving the problem and shows all of his work.
  Ms.Penniman | Oct 8, 2011 |
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T-Math, a dinosaur, introduces such mathematical concepts as addition, multiplication, counting, and estimations, with examples of adding a herd of triceratops, multiplying the legs of ankylosaurs, and estimating the distance across a gulch.

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