The author of "The Grapes of Math" challenges kids to solve mathematical problems creatively while introducing art history in his latest math book.The author of "The Grapes of Math" challenges kids to solve mathematical problems creatively while introducing art history in his latest math book.Read Less
Greg Paprocki. New. 9 1/2 x 10 1/2. First Edition. First printing. Glossy pictorial hardcover. No DJ. Illustrations of paintings by twelve great artists give children fascinating ways to practice adding through problem-solving the questions asked based on the paintings.
Publishers Weekly, 2003-07-28 Greg Tang presents the fifth book in the series begun with The Grapes of Math, Math-terpieces, illus. by Greg Paprocki. Under a reproduction of a well-known painting, a rhyming text gives information about the artist and poses a mathematical challenge to group objects in various ways; for example, "April Showers" features a Renoir painting titled The Umbrellas, and asks readers to group different numbers of umbrellas to make nine. An inventive way. Kids can bone up on their addition skills while getting an introduction to art history. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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