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|Grade 2-3-Safari Park has just opened, and Grandpa has 100 free tickets that he divides evenly among his five grandchildren. With rides and games costing one, two, four, or six tickets each and a treat costing one, careful planning and figuring are needed. Suddenly, Paul realizes that he has lost his tickets, so the others must share theirs with him. Each child's choices are discussed, with Paul being disappointed that he doesn't have enough for the Terrible Tarantula. When given a ticket for the Rock Toss, he carelessly participates in the game but wins 18 free tickets, and then, on a repeat try, gets 18 more. Now everyone can ride the expensive Tarantula. A two-page addendum suggests additional ways to use the book and its mathematical concepts. The colorful but slightly garish cartoon illustrations add humor to the necessary, but tedious, work of making choices within the restrictions of an allotted budget. Good for a math lesson or independent reading, but too detailed and involved for a read-aloud.
Nancy A. Gifford, Schenectady County Public Library, NY
Foreign Customer Review / 国外客户评价:
|Teaches math as the characters spend their tickets at an amusement park. Very cute illustrations.
Stuart J. Murphy throws in a bit of good values training -- the other kids in the family must help the child who lost his tickets, and in the end he helps them back.
Great book -- does what you want a math reader to do (teach a little math). Best of all -- it's entertaining and they re-read it.
This book is a winner.|
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