Awesum Alex, Math Detective: The Multiplication Problem

Rachel McAnallen, Ph.D. (Author) · Carol Ann Williams (Author) · Christopher Tice (Illustrator)

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Order code: 8487S

Emerson is new at school, and he has all of the usual apprehensions plus one more: he is dyslexic. Fortunately, he’s been assigned to Mrs. Googol-Plex’s classroom, where heĀ  discovers that calling numbers by their place value names is a critical step in overcoming his dyslexia in math, not to mention understanding the true concepts behind mathematical reasoning.

Description

Emerson is starting the year at a new school, and he has all of the usual apprehensions plus one more: he is dyslexic, and he struggles with letters and numbers “jumping around” on him. Fortunately for him, he’s been assigned to Mrs. Googol-Plex’s classroom, where he is quickly befriended by Alex and her friends, all of whom love counting (like he secretly does) and all of whom are excited to be a part of the magical classroom that is their teacher’s. This year the children are learning multiplication, and Emerson discovers that calling numbers by their place value names is a critical step in overcoming his dyslexia in math, not to mention understanding the true concepts behind mathematical reasoning.

Details

Series
Awesum Alex and Friends Series
Ages
7, 8, 9, 10
Grades
2, 3, 4, 5
Subjects
Mathematics
Pages
98
ISBN
978-0-89824-848-7
Order Code
8487