Bedtime Math: This Time It's Personal (Bedtime Math Series) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-05 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 154 user ratings

" Interesting assortment of math activities, most of which have a bedtime focus. " said.

" We loved this as much as the first. This edition has a total of 4 questions per day instead of 3 in the last. " said.

" So much fun. I feel like my kids learned something tonight. We had to use our brains. Love this book. Great brain exercises before bedtime. I don't want to take it back to the library. " said.

" All the books in this series are brilliant and fun. What a great way to turn stories into math. Not the painful "story problems" that you are thinking of. These are a delight for grownups and children alike as you read and solve them together. " said.

" Another good one for the kids -- they added a fourth level of questions, and call it a bonus level, but it seems like the new bonus level is about as hard as the old top level, but the first level is much easier. So rather than adding a harder level, they added an easier one. " said.

" The layout is brilliant and the illustrations are unique to each page topic. Best of all, the back has a math equation chart that will help you figure out how to set up the problems if you get stumped. Now there is no reason for summer to affect your kid’s brains. Check out more detailed information about the book layout for all ages at my blog " said.

"I LOVE this book. I use this in my classroom as a special education math teacher. Every problem solving page starts with a fun fact about the problem. The problems all are high student interest (like how hot peppers are!) and they even have three differentiated questions so ALL my students can access the activity and be challenged. I plan on starting everyday with a short problem from this book for my students to work on independently, share as a group, then discuss conclusions with the class! HIGHLY recommend for teachers and parents!" said.

"Filled with at least 100 wonderful math problems that have real-life connections and can be solved on different levels, this book is designed to make math fun. I often make note of students who are afraid to write, and there are plenty of students who also have math-phobia. This book and its author just may dispel some of those fears and make math [GASP!] actually fun. For those who need challenges, there are often bonus questions or problems to solve. The chapters have amusing headings too: "What's in You" and "What's on You," for instance, and readers are sure to share some of this math fun with other family members. The simple but colorful illustrations add to the appeal since they have a cartoonish quality that doesn't intimidate readers." said.

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