The Math Problem
Jake has a problem—a BIG Math problem. A teenage tutor comes to his rescue, and that’s when the fun begins. His eagerness to show what he’s learned turns into trouble—especially for know-it-all Angela.
Jake gives his teacher Miss Winters a bouquet of poison ivy and steals the show with his wacky Math rap. Pretty soon, marbles are rolling under his teacher’s feet, and students are shedding their clothes. But when Jake brings a sword to school to teach division, not-to-be outdone Angela, with scissors in hand, shows him how division is really done.
With chaos in the classroom and Jake’s gravity- defying hair, who knows what will happen next in the very hilarious story of THE MATH PROBLEM.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Change Is Good
The Truth Comes Out
The New Tutor
Setting Jake Straight
The Math Rap
Miss Winters Agrees
Pop Goes the Quiz
Things of Three
Test Test and Away
About the Author
answer apple arms asked Miss Winters bicycle chain Carla Laura Jones chart Cindy Cindy’s dress Dad’s dance day Jake desk dining room divide eight face finger floor Four Fuller funny garbage George giggled going hair hands he’d head I’ve isn’t Jake felt Jake grabbed Jake looked Jake nodded Jake sighed Jake thought Jake’s eyes kitchen table knew Knock-knock laughed looked pretty Math grade means Miss Winters gave monster multiplication facts multiplication tables Numbers are everywhere Okay paper Plop poison ivy pulled pupil quarter quiz Randall Rapper report card ride the Roaring Roaring Rowdy robber Robert scissors shirt shoes shouted Callie shouted Lena smiled Snip Social Studies sponge brain Stomp dance stood straight Susan Troutt sword to school Tap Clap Stomp tell there’s thing told turned wait wanted waving What’s Who’s Wild Woolly’s Yeah Yolk zero