Books can be made a natural part of the learning process. Math is not all about solving formulas and problems. It could be made fun of the most fun and interesting. These books will be a healthy addition in his life. Make sure that you give time to your child while he is reading. As a parent, you can read these books with him to make him feel more secure and condiment.
Ages 3-5: Stories and Symbols
In this age group, the stores are mostly conveyed through the images and pictures. Below are the books which you can give your child at this young age:
1. “Ten Black Dots” by Donald Crews
2. “One Hunter” by Pat Hutchins
3. “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle
At initla level, counting is the thing taht your child will through these books.
4. “Five Little Monkeys” by Eileen Christelow
5. “The Grouchy Ladybug” by Eric Carle
You can introducne your child to the concept of time, size and shape through this bbok.
6. “100 Hungry Monkeys” by Masauki Sebe
Fun images of 100 monkeys to learn numbering.
Ages 6-8: Creative Play
In this age, games could be added alongside pictures.
1. “Ten for Me” by Barbara Mariconda
2. “Do Not Open this Math Book” by Danica McKellar
Games and carton in these books are very attractive to children.
3. “Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday” by Judith Viorst
Make yoru chuld rlean about money through this book.
4. “A Million Dots” by Mike Clements
5. “Annika Riz, Math Whiz” by Claudia Mills
6. “The Sunday Scoop” by Stuart J. Murphy
Ages 9-11: Amusing Math Stories
1. “Piece=Part=Portion/Fractions=Decimals=Percents” By Scott Gifford
2. “Less than Zero” by Stuart J. Murphy
3. “The Monster Who Did My Math” by Danny Shnitzlein
4. “A Very Improbable Story” by Edward Einhorn
5. “How Many Guinea Pigs Can Fit on a Plane?” by Laura Overdeck
6. “Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi — A Math Adventure” by Cindy Neuschwander
Children will be asking questions after reading these books.
Ages 12-14: Recognizing their ripening Minds
Pre-teens and teens can be made to enganeg in activites elated ot their school work.
1. “Kiss my Math — Show Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss” by Danica McKellar
This book is full of math concepts.
2. “The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency: The Case of the Missing Moonstone”
3. “The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency: The Case of the Girl in Grey” by Jordan Stratford
4. “How Math Works: 100 Ways Parents and Kids Can Share the Wonders of Mathematics” by Carol Vorderman
5. “Math and Logic Puzzles that Make Kids Think” by Jeffrey Wanko
6. “300+ Mathematical Pattern Puzzles” by Chris McMullen
Ages 15 and up: Consult with them
Ask the kid about his views regarding his studies and math. Help him to learn more from these books.
1. “The Moscow Puzzles: 359 Mathematical Recreations” by Boris Kordemsky
2. “The Teen Money Manual—A Guide to Cash, Credit, Spending, Saving, Work, Wealth and More” by Kara McGuire
3. “The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens — 8 Steps to Having More Money than your Parents Ever Dreamed of” by David Gardner and Tom Gardner
4. “The (Fabulous) Fibonacci Numbers” by Alfred Posamentier and Ingmar Lehmann
5. “Here’s Looking at Euclid—A Surprising Excursion Through the Astonishing World of Math” by Alex Bellos
6. “Finding Zero” by Amir D. Aczel
These books will help your kid to be a smart one for sure.