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read kindle Ô One Minute Mysteries 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math Paperback  [KINDLE] ❁ One Minute Mysteries 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math ❄ Eric Yoder – Helpyouantib.co.uk In the second book in the wildly successful One Minute Mysteries series kids must tap One minute long mystery challenges readers' knowledge of math in everyday life situations Marvelous book It uses real life scenarios to teach math in both English and Spanish a real plus in my school district Each answer is explained in easy to read language For students who don't understand why they have to learn math this book is an excellent example of why math is SO important Presenting the problems as mysteries is an added draw The book aligns with Common Core State Standards and the math standards of the Center for Education at the National Academies

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In the second book in the wildly successful One Minute Mysteries series kids must tap into Will definitely use this in the classroom for math challenges

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One Minute Mysteries 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With MathTheir critical thinking skills to solve these entertaining and educational mysteries Each I think the name is a bit misleading None of these are mysteries in the idea of someone trying to solve a crime and I think you could have done it Something goes missing in a classroom and the children need to use math to figure out if it was stolen or whatever Instead a accurate title would have been One Minute Word Problems 65 Word problems you solve with math which is fine that that is what it is but it should have been better labeled My other issue is that some of the answers would have been better with diagrams They use words to describe the solution but occasionally I think it would have been clearer to kids what the solution was if they had simply diagramed the solution and maybe just added a couple sentences to explain it