Mad for Math Series by Linda Bertola
Our favourite math series! Do you have a math hater? Help kids for mad for maths! The Mad for Math series, designed to enhance learning through play, helps to engage and entertain children - thanks to games, activities, engaging stories and colourful illustrations.
Children help the characters to solve enigmas and problems with mathematical calculations on the adventures throughout the story. Each of the activity books tell a story, intended to stimulate the child's curiosity and motivation. The mathematical topics and concepts are introduced gradually and intuitively
Mad for Math: Become a Monster at Mathematics
Illustrated by Agnese Baruzzi, this maths activity book to have fun while learning mathematics is targetted at 5 to 9 year old. Inside, they will solve questions related to additions, subtractions, multiplications, divisions, logic and problem solving. In addition 8 pages of stickers to complete games.
Mad for Math: If Times Tables You Want to Learn, to Fairy Tales You Have to Turn!
In Fairy World, explore the world of multiplication and division in an amusing and entertaining manner. For Grade 2 - 3 or aged 7 and above.
Mad for Math: The Wizard School
Come along with the wizard's apprentice as he guides you through a very special castle. There you’ll discover powerful potions, secret passages, mazes, and more. But it seems the apprentice needs a little help remembering his magic formulas. Using a little addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and other math skills, children 8 to 10 can save the day!
Mad for Math: Navigate The High Seas! Maths Adventures Using Fractions, Percentages and Decimal Numbers
Learn concepts of the above in this sea adventure. For kids Grade 4-5.
Mad for Math: Spy School - The Fraction Mission
Learn concepts of fractions from basic fractions, equivalent fractions, complementary fractions, calculating part of a fraction, calculating the whole from a fraction. For kids Grade 4-5.
Through storytelling and entertaining activities like drawing, kids will begin to grasp basic mathematical principles and gain enthusiasm about the world of numbers.