Ice Cream And Spiders – A Story About Learning Two Times Tables (The Numberland Tales - Help With Times Tables And Multiplication For Children Book 1)

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The Numberland Tales is a series of stories featuring a boy called Danny Starbright who just can’t do multiplication. He finds his way into a land of talking animals called Numberland, where he has a series of adventures, during the course of which, he learns how multiplication works.The stories are appropriate to the age at which children learn a particular times table, and suitable for their rea...

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Publisher: Mike Rawlinson; 1 edition (January 19, 2012)
Publication Date: January 19, 2012
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Language: English
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This series of books by Professor Paradox is simply awesome. What a FUN way to for a child to learn their times tables. I just read "Ice Cream and Spiders" to my daughter, who is 8, tonight before bed and she loved it (laughing and giggling all along...

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the first of the series, Ice Cream and Spiders, Danny just can’t understand the two times table, and I worried that he will fail the test the next day, and is even more worried about what his horrid teacher Mr Grimshaw will have to say. But through his encounters with Cassandra a talking cat, a grumpy water boatman with ideas above his station, a horrid spider who has just eaten her husband, and a lovely old witch who can produce ice creams from thin air, Danny discovers the principles and applications of multiplying by two.Numbers are abstract and can be difficult for some children, but by using stories with strong visual images, a visual connection to the numbers is made that children can more easily remember. The right brain hemisphere processes the visual images, whilst the left brain processes the more abstract language and numbers, and by connecting the two, children can more easily take the tables on board.That’s the theory, but let’s not forget the fun element. These stories are truly engaging and Ice Cream and Spiders is a delightful tale in its own right that children will enjoy hearing even when they know the two times table backwards (which they soon will!).The stories have been used by teachers, parents, and home educators the world over, to entertain and help their children to understand the principles and usefulness of learning to multiply numbers.Suitable for young readers and reading by parents and teachers for children 5 years and older. Not scary and suitable for bed-time, also suitable for older children with numeracy difficulties.“I was inspired by your 2x tables story and my class really enjoyed it and grasped the concept well.”Lisa Quattrocchi, Teacher, Belvue School, Australia"I am a homeschooling mom of 3 (ages 8 ,9 and 10), and I found your stories on the internet after much searching for a way to help my 9-year-old daughter learn multiplication. She just didn't "get it" until we started reading your stories. She and her younger brother love them. It makes learning times tables fun. So, a big, gigantic thank you from me and my kids.”Christina Florizone, Canada"For me it's not so much a matter of making learning fun, but making fun educational"