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Publisher Description

Would you like to have a book that is not only fun for your child, but teaches him something? Does your child’s math skills need a boost?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, then this book is for you. 

How to Learn and Have Fun with Math Riddles and Tongue Twisters is an entertaining and educational book for children aged six to eight. The great news is that anybody of any age can use this book and have fun, so you can enjoy playing around with the questions with your child.

You may be wondering why we have tongue twisters in an educational book along with math riddles. I’ll tell you why. Tongue twisters are a fun way to help improve a person’s pronunciation and fluency. Tongue twisters are very popular among people who speak in front of crowds, like politicians, actors, and motivational speakers.

Math riddles are helpful for not only the obvious reason that it helps them improve their math skills, but they will also help keep their brain sharp and improve their rational thinking. There is also a good chance that, while in school, they will have math questions written a lot like riddles. These math riddles will get them prepared for those questions so that they don’t get confused by all of the wording in them. Plus, riddles make math more fun and interesting, which helps to keep their attention better.

This is a great audiobook to have for when your children have breaks from school, such as when there is a weather or holiday-related school cancellation. Additionally, we’ve all heard about the summer learning loss, so why not prevent it by quizzing your kids while having fun at the same time with these math riddles?

Making learning fun is always the best way to make sure your kids learn properly and grow to enjoy learning, and that’s what this audiobook is here to help you with. How fun would it be to watch your child learn how to say, “She sells seashells by the seashore” while you try to say it yourself? It teaches them something while also being fun for the entire family. 

Each riddle is unique and was created with your child’s proper development in mind. Each riddle has its own unique content which contains both easy-to-read language and language that will challenge your child to expand their vocabulary along with their math skills.

If you have a child who doesn’t like school and is reluctant to do their homework, this might just be what gets them interested. You never know what will give your child that motivation to shoot for the stars, and why chance it. If you really want to help your children learn while having fun, but don’t have time to go to the bookstore and stroll around for hours looking for new material, then don’t wait any longer. All you need to do is scroll up and click the “buy now” button right now.

Kids & Young Adults
Kathleen Miranti
hr min
June 8
Mikan Ltd