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The World Almanac for Kids Puzzler Deck: Math, Ages 7-9

Mind-Bending Brainteasers

By Lynn Brunelle

4-1/2 x 6-5/16 x 7/8 in; box with hinge lid, 39 cards and 2 6-panel answer cards, full-color illustrations
Other
April 2007
ISBN 9780811852609
ISBN10 0811852601

SKU# 9780811852609

$9.95
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The No. 1 selling kids' almanac becomes a fun educational tool in these portable decks tailored by age and subject. Seventy-five curriculum-based activities encourage children to develop their comprehension of a specific subjectreading, math, history, an...
The World Almanac for Kids Puzzler Deck: Math, Ages 7-9


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The World Almanac for Kids Puzzler Deck: Math, Ages 7-9

The No. 1 selling kids' almanac becomes a fun educational tool in these portable decks tailored by age and subject. Seventy-five curriculum-based activities encourage children to develop their comprehension of a specific subjectreading, math, history, and geography. The decks are packed with all-new brain-engaging games, puzzles, riddles, fascinating facts, and side-splitting jokes.

 

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4-1/2 x 6-5/16 x 7/8 in; box with hinge lid, 39 cards and 2 6-panel answer cards, full-color illustrations
Other
April 2007
ISBN 9780811852609
ISBN10 0811852601
Lynn Brunelle is a former classroom teacher, a best-selling children's book author, and an Emmy Award-winning writer. Her educational projects range from the board games Cranium and Brainquest to the TV shows Bill Nye the Science Guy and Pop Bottle Science. She is a regular contributor to NPR's Science Friday Kids' Connection and has written for PBS, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic World, and Family Fun magazine. She lives with her husband and two sons near Seattle.

Awards and honors for The World Almanac for Kids Puzzler Decks:
NAPPA Toy Award, Gold Honor Winner

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Good, funny, but one error

Good, funny, but one error

10/11/11| Adrian Thomas-Prestemon
Puzzlers, especially for children, should not have errors that are impossible to overcome. The card "Doggie Do!" has an error in the method of solving the riddle, where it says "The correct answer has an 8 in the ones place," when, in fact, the correct answer has a 0 in the ones place.

Please contact the publisher(s) about this error and have them make absolutely sure that their cards don't have confusing errors that will frustrate the children reading them.

Otherwise, the cards are funny, witty, and intelligent, and they teach important logic skills and math abilities. I would gladly recommend this series to the parents or relatives of any child between the ages of 5 and 9 (yes, younger than the intended range -- why not push the kids a little and teach them some drive to learn ahead of the "curve?"), along with a few others we have tried and loved (Mensa, Ocean, etc.).
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