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Anno's Mysterious Multiplying Jar Paperback – March 15, 1999
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Imagining some of the silly scenes (there are how many cupboards in how many rooms?) is a delight.
This book -- or at least the last half of it -- is best for kids who have been introduced to at least basic multiplication facts, but younger kids will enjoy counting and looking at the pictures even if the rest of it is over their heads. It is, therefore, a great book to read to your middle/upper-elementary student while younger siblings are looking on.
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These are great books, works of art, and teach a great deal. My daughter loves to read them over and over.Published 16 months ago by T. J. Mackey
We love books about math that make concepts easy to visualize. Doubly so (pun intended) when they have beautiful illustrations. Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by Soloporfe
This book is part of our "math classics" collection. It's easy to read, illustrations are excellent, and the concept is taught efficiently and effectively. Read morePublished on October 4, 2013 by J. Y. Adams
A great book with the underlying explanation of a maths concept of factorials! Beautifullyillustrated and very few words to make it very readable.Published on February 13, 2013 by Christine Lenghaus
I already own some Anno books. He surely give us a different perspective of math and how it works. I really like it. Read morePublished on October 30, 2010 by Amazon Customer
I attended a workshop on combining mathematics and children's literature. This was one of the books we used. It's a simple story that encourages multiplication practice. Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by Amazon Customer
Some kids will find it easy to understand, some won't. Depends on if they are more mental or pictoral at math.Published on September 30, 2010 by CarefulParent
A great resource to use in math. Wonderful story to keep students fully engaged with calculating math problems throughout the book.Published on June 2, 2008 by Patricia McReynolds