Arithme-Tickle: An Even Number of Odd Riddle-Rhymes

Arithme-Tickle: An Even Number of Odd Riddle-Rhymes

J. Patrick Lewis Frank Remkiewicz / May 28, 2020

Arithme Tickle An Even Number of Odd Riddle Rhymes Who knew math could be so fun These eighteen zany rhyming riddles involve addition subtraction and simple multiplication to calculate everything from poodle weights to travel time And for anyone who

  • Title: Arithme-Tickle: An Even Number of Odd Riddle-Rhymes
  • Author: J. Patrick Lewis Frank Remkiewicz
  • ISBN: 9780152164188
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Who knew math could be so fun These eighteen zany rhyming riddles involve addition, subtraction, and simple multiplication to calculate everything from poodle weights to travel time And for anyone who s stumped, the answers are included in mirror writing below each riddle J Patrick Lewis s clever rhymes and kid friendly illustrations by bestselling illustrator Frank RWho knew math could be so fun These eighteen zany rhyming riddles involve addition, subtraction, and simple multiplication to calculate everything from poodle weights to travel time And for anyone who s stumped, the answers are included in mirror writing below each riddle J Patrick Lewis s clever rhymes and kid friendly illustrations by bestselling illustrator Frank Remkiewicz add up to a thoroughly engaging book that will inspire even the most reluctant mathematicians to reach for their pencils

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      • J. Patrick Lewis Frank Remkiewicz

        J Patrick Lewis is the current Children s Poet Laureate He has written than seventy children s books, including Once Upon a Tomb Gravely Humorous Verses J Patrick Lewis lives in Ohio.


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    1. Personal reaction:I loved this book and I know I will use it in my own classroom someday. I would definitely recommend this book to students for a fun way to work on math word problems and riddles. Purpose:While this book is about math word problems, counting, and riddles, it would be appropriate for kids aged 6-8 so that they would have prior knowledge of the needed math skills. It would be appropriate as a read aloud for kids around the same age. I really liked how this becomes interactive by [...]


    2. Although I am sad that these poems are of too high a level for my first graders, it is a book that I will definitely keep in mind if I am ever teaching older children! Each of these 19 unique poems is rhyme-y and catchy at a first read. Upon looking at these poems closer though they each hold a solvable math problem of sorts. I would love to use these for gifted students or “fast finishers” as a way to test their creative math solving skills. Because the author wanted math poems each of the [...]


    3. I really enjoy J. Patrick Lewis' work and our whole family LOVED ARITHMETICKLE. We actually sat down with it (me, my husband, my 9-year-old and my 8-year-old) and read the poems and figured out the math problems within the poems together.My husband and 9-year-old son love math and numbers, my 8-year-old daughter and I not so much, but we ALL enjoyed working the math riddles. They are similar to the activities in the Dynamath series often used in 3rd and 4th grades as a fun and challenging supple [...]


    4. This picture book is a collection of word problems written in rhyme sprinkled with a few riddles and one math trick (using fingers to calculate 9s products). The complexity of the problems makes the book most suited to upper elementary or middle school, but the illustrations would probably not make it popular above that (though the problems could be used in high school).I would most likely use this book to provide transition or bell exercises, or for that kid who is always done early and bored. [...]


    5. While this wouldn't be a book you could just read aloud to the class, it is a fun way to practice math skills! Different math problems are presented in rhyming riddle form and answers are provided to check your accuracy. It kind of spans many age levels though in that it has simple addition and subtraction problems along with multiplication and division problems.


    6. This books provides 18 different riddles that are kid-friendly yet challenging! Using addition, subtraction, and basic multiplication, you can handle a horse or jump on the moon! If any of these stump you, then you can find answers on the bottom but don't forget a mirror because you'll need it to understand your answer! Great to use for morning work that relates to math in fun ways.


    7. What a brilliant way to spark students' interest in math! Arithme-Tickle will tickle your students' funny bones while allowing them to practice their math skills. These challenging riddles would be a great way to begin a math lesson, and get students excited about the numerical fun to come.


    8. Vibrant pictures make this humorous book of poetry readable. The poems which mostly rhyme challenge you to solve mathematical problems and have amusing characters like the poodle named Poo-poo-pee-doo.


    9. J 513 LewisKay gave this book 4 stars because it gives children the opportuity to have fun with math. The book contains 18 riddles for the children to try to solve. Most of the math involved addition and subtraction and the riddles will have the children thinking.





    10. This was an extra neat math book. My kids really liked it. These were a bit easier than the other math book we read today. I could do them in my head (mostly).






    11. Rhyming puzzles that are mostly just word problems. A few are puzzlers (how much dirt is in a hole you've dug).


    12. Love this book - such a great way to integrate math and literacy! Kids love trying to solve the rhymes!



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