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Outdoor Math: Fun Activities for Every Season By Emma Adbåge,

  • Title: Outdoor Math: Fun Activities for Every Season
  • Author: Emma Adbåge
  • ISBN: 9781771386128
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this innovative book, Emma Adb ge encourages children to get outside, where they can have fun interacting with the natural world while learning math Adb ge has created twenty two outdoor activities, organized by season Through play, children will learn about numeracy and arithmetic, as well as math concepts such as shapes, time, greater less than, even and odd numbersIn this innovative book, Emma Adb ge encourages children to get outside, where they can have fun interacting with the natural world while learning math Adb ge has created twenty two outdoor activities, organized by season Through play, children will learn about numeracy and arithmetic, as well as math concepts such as shapes, time, greater less than, even and odd numbers, patterns and grids The activities have simple to follow instructions and are accompanied by adorable illustrations that provide clear visual demonstrations The natural materials required stones, pinecones, snowballs, worms are easy to find in many environments Supplementary spreads introduce the numbers 1 to 10 and further explore addition subtraction and multiplication division, with simplified explanations and illustrated examples Studies have shown that learning outdoors helps kids retain information and skills, and that physically active children perform better in a variety of subjects including math This book could be used alongside other math coursework all school year, since the activities have direct curricular applications While the thrust of the book is math, there are also science lessons here, particularly regarding the properties of nature and how things change during the four seasons Many of the activities can be done in pairs or groups, promoting teamwork and cooperation A list of activities in the back matter indexes the activities and categorizes them by the math skills they develop.
    Outdoor Math Fun Activities for Every Season In this innovative book Emma Adb ge encourages children to get outside where they can have fun interacting with the natural world while learning math Adb ge has created twenty two outdoor activities

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    1. I received this book through a giveaway I must thank the publisher for sending it I read through it last night, as did my daughter It is going to be a great resource for both my kids and my Girl Scout troop.

    2. Adbage, Emma Outdoor Math Fun Activites for Every Season 25 pgs Kids Can Press 2016 15.95 NONFICTIONThis book features quite a few ideas about how to use counting, shapes identification, and math in simple activities outside Some include counting birds at a bird feeder, putting numbers on empty bottles for bowling then adding up scores, making shapes in the snow and throwing snowballs into the right shape, and picks up sticks This book has a drab cover and very subdued illustrations, I am not su [...]

    3. Outdoor Math Fun Activities for Every Season by Emma AdBage is a book that helps parents, teachers, and children to find ways to get outside and do some math at the same time It is currently scheduled for release on April 1 2016 The book includes twenty two outdoor activities, organized by season With these activities, children will learn about numeracy and arithmetic, as well as math concepts such as shapes, time, greater less than, even and odd numbers, patterns and grids The activities have s [...]

    4. Full review including suggestions for teachers can be found online at missmageesreads.wordpressDuring college, I spent four months in a first grade classroom in Copenhagen, Denmark While I was abroad, I lived with a Danish host family and tutored at the Copenhagen International School I absolutely loved my time in Denmark, and it was fascinating to get hands on experience with Scandinavian education philosophies One think we could absolutely learn from here in the U.S is the Scandinavian emphasi [...]

    5. Outdoor math it s a funny guide to play math outside taking advantage of what the different seasons offer us The activities are diverse worm measuring, cloud counting, tic tac toe, make shapes with a rope, estimate number of pine cones in a pile, place little backyard treasures in a grid with coordinates, bowling with bottles, one minute challenges and What about making a snowman on a wagon, bring it inside the house, and see how long it takes for it to melt That has to be a lot of fun At least [...]

    6. I love this book, especially as a grandmother and an ex math teacher Outdoor Math has adorable and simple ideas for young children to start viewing math not only as strictly counting numbers but classifying, measuring, recording and comparing objects around us I have to admit, I love the one minute challenges The only thing I did not like were the last couple of pages that explained addition, subtraction, multiplication and division It did not seem to fit with the rest of the book and seemed to [...]

    7. As a mom who intends to homeschool and who loves new ways of teaching her preschooler through play, this book was especially intriguing to me I think that it would be great for anyone interested in fun, outdoor, educational activities, from parents to teachers.My son 3 and I intend to hit up our local park later this afternoon to gather some rocks for the paint numbers activity I love that something so simple is a fun activity while we are out, will be an art activity, and then we will have a to [...]

    8. I was so excited to return from vacation and have this book waiting for me I won it through the Giveaway program.My only disappointment was that it wasn t longer The illustrations are charming, it crosses age and skill levels, and ties in so many different games This is a great book and I wish all parents and teachers had a copy to share with the children in their lives As a former educator I saw the benefits immediately.I ll be passing it on to my son s family They have three children ages 3, 7 [...]

    9. In this Kids Can Press non fiction text focusing on math outside, the reader learns all about the different ways to explore the outdoors using math Through fun illustrations and informative how to text readers can learn about different activities to learn about math and the outdoors, no matter the weather activities go from complex, to as simple as shaking hands combination possibilities Options include one minute challenge where in the spring you can count how many times you can jump in a puddl [...]

    10. This book is filled with seasonal outdoor activities for young learners Equipment required comes directly from nature together with occasional common household items The games cover a multitude of math activities such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, graphing, patterning, comparing, etc Many of the activities can be slightly altered to better challenge a variety of groups or ages Large inside spaces could also accommodate many of the activities Learning would take place without you [...]

    11. Outdoor Math has adorable and simple ideas for young children to start viewing math as not only as strictly counting numbers but classifying, measuring, recording and comparing objects around us I have to admit, I love the one minute challenges This book is great to bring along on a nature walk or for some outdoor time I would recommend early elementary teachers to use this book for some interactive math ideas I received an ARC via NetGalley Kids Can Press in exchange for an honest review.

    12. I received an advanced copy of this e book in return for my honest review All opinions are my own When I requested this book, I didn t realize what the target audience was This seems to be aimed for a younger group, but there are still quite a few activities that my girls and I can do they are aged 6, 8, and almost 10 They had lots of pictures to show how to play the math games and easy to follow instructions I think many of these would be good games for them to play and not even realize they ar [...]

    13. Received through a GoodReads Giveaway.Cute illustrations and activities Activities are using math concepts like counting, shapes, concepts of time and timing things, sorting objects.Most activities would work best with a small group of children, although others can be done solo as they are written.Some of the activities are things I remember doing within Guiding when I was younger and found fun.

    14. Felt like there need to be is this suppose to be meant for kids, parents of kids, or teachers If it is meant for parents or teachers it needs to have some grown up pages But if it is meant for kids, I feel like it needs to be kid friendly.There are some good activities, especially as a math instructor, but feel like it is not long enough or have enough activities for me to purchase.

    15. Outdoor Math was a super cute, super cool math activity resource, with kids in mind It was simple and fun I loved how it taught math concepts in a non threatening way, emphasizing play, exploration and environmental awareness Rating 4 5Recommend YesAudience AllStatus GSource NetGalley

    16. FTC Disclosure I received a free e copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.My thoughts This is an excellent book to help kids learn math in a fun and imaginative way throughout the year This is certainly one that I m ordering for the AEES collection.

    17. I got this book as a promotional item It is wonderful The illustrations are adorable and the projects are fun and easily doable My nephew is going to love this and I can t wait to do the worm measuring project with him.

    18. This is a really fun book for youngsters who are about to start learning about maths, it has a lot of fun activities to help them learn and get involved I found it fun, informative and really easy to follow for little ones Highly recommended.

    19. This wonderful book makes learning math and appreciating nature fun I love the illustrations of multicultural children.I received an ARC from NetGalley.

    20. Easy, fun year round activities for kids of all ages The hardest part of this book is waiting for the seasons to change

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