Sir Cumference has something to offer a wide range of readers. The Sir Cumference books are great for kids interested in math
Sir Cumference has something to offer a wide range of readers. Some will be too young to understand the math and the word puns but will enjoy the story of a knight rescuing a king. Others will puzzle over the math and how to use the protractor (medallion) to solve the riddle. This group will be helped by the somewhat primitively painted pictures, which give clues to these angled decisions and enhance the story of a brave knight on his quest. The Sir Cumference books are great for kids interested in math. My 8yo son, who loves math, devours these, though my 8yo daughter who is not interested in math, finds these uninteresting as well.
Sir Cumference and the G. .has been added to your Cart. This whole book series is absolutely amazing for teaching math to students
Sir Cumference and the G. This whole book series is absolutely amazing for teaching math to students. All of the books have great stories (this one about a boy who is on a quest to become a knight) which incorporate math vocabulary and concepts all throughout the book. My fifth graders loved when I read this book aloud to them and had a fun time identifying all of the math vocabulary in the text. 5 people found this helpful.
Author: Cindy Neuschwander Illustrator: Wayne Geehan First published . The Sir Cumference series uses a medieval fantasy setting to teach math concepts.
Author: Cindy Neuschwander Illustrator: Wayne Geehan First published: 2001 Length: 32 pages. and the Viking's Map Author: Cindy Neuschwander Illustrator: Wayne Geehan First published: 2001 Length: 32 pages. Defines right, obtuse, acute and straight angles. Defines parallel lines. For this book, Radius sets our to claim his knighthood by finding King Lell.
Sir Cumference and the great knight of angleland : a math adventure, by Cindy Neuschwander; illustrated by Wayne Geehan. p. cm. Summary: To earn his knighthood, Radius must find and rescue a missing king. His father, Sir Cumference, and his mother, Lady Di of Ameter, give him a circular medallion (a protractor) that he uses to find his way through a maze of many angles.
Join Sir Cumference, Lady Di of Ameter, and their son Radius for wordplay, puns, and problem solving in this angle-packed math adventure. Sent off with the family medallion for luck, Radius dodges dangers and dragons. The ultimate challenge lies in a mysterious castle with a maze of many angles. With a medallion at the back of the book readers can jump in the adventure and help Radius find the right angle.
Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland (A Math Adventure) by Cindy Neuschwander . The Sir Cumference books are great for kids interested in math
Using radians (Radius is Sir Cumference's son) as the angle measurement would both prepare kids for basic trig and allow for endless punning opportunities. maybe later in the series after old Sir Degrees passes away. Even so, she liked it a lot more than I expected and it taught the material well.
Cindy Neuschwander; Wayne Geehan. It is about a young boy going out on an adventure. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland : A Math Adventure. I believe that including literature in math is important and this is a great book to do it with. fnborries, February 28, 2010.
Dragon of Pi A Math Adventure. by Cindy Neuschwander illustrated by Wayne Geehan. Sir Cumference and the knights listened with amazement. Cheering, they swept Radius up on their shoulders and returned to the castle. For Bruce with love and with special thanks to Elena - . For my wife Susan and children Greg, Jonathan, Douglas, and Amy - .
Radius, son of Sir Cumference and Lady Di of Ameter, wants to be a knight more than anything
Radius, son of Sir Cumference and Lady Di of Ameter, wants to be a knight more than anything. To earn his knighthood, he needs to venture alone on a heroic quest. With only a family medallion for luck, Radius dodges dangers and dragons. Which way would you go if you were Radius? With the medallion at the back of the book, you can join in on the adventure! Recommended for grades 2 to 4. Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland, A Math Adventure (9781570911699) by Cindy Neuschwander.
Author: Wayne Geehan,Cindy Neuschwander
Category: Books for children
Subcategory: Education & Reference
Publisher: Charlesbridge (February 1, 2001)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1472 kb
FB2 size: 1386 kb
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