It's the story of Rani, a clever girl who outsmarts a very selfish raja and saves her village. When offered a reward for a good deed, she asks only for one grain of rice, doubled each day for 30 days. Remember your math? That's lots of rice: enough to feed a village for a good long time--and to teach a greedy raja a lesson.
Great story. I am a junior high teacher. This helps to teach probability, compound interest, common sense, and compassion. Students really enjoyed the activity.Published 1 month ago by Steven Nehls
Truly visually and mathematically wonderful. This is for "diffuse" rather than "focused" mathematical thinking.Published 1 month ago by Mom with Ph.D.
If you are a math teacher this book is a MUST. It illustrates a difficult concept for kids - exponential increase. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kim Asfazadour
Great Read! Well laid out story and math fold outs and calendar in the back to show the math! My math loving daughter really enjoyed this fable!Published 4 months ago by NHMama
Great to watch my grandchildren pull out a paper and pencil and figure out the math behind the story….perfectly simple and elegant!Published 6 months ago by Take A. Stand