Math for Smarty Pants

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Demco Media, Apr 1, 1982 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Text, illustrations, and suggested activities offer a common-sense approach to mathematic fundamentals for those who are slightly terrified of numbers.

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User Review  - mosbor - LibraryThing

Marilyn Burns demonstrates how everyone is smart in math in someway and, gives them ways to discover what kind of a "math smarty pants" they are. She writes her information in comic book form with ... Read full review

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User Review  - JosephMacAdam - LibraryThing

I believe that the goal of this book is to get students interested in math by using fun little tricks and games that deal with math. However, I feel that only people who have a general interest in ... Read full review


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Burns is a nationally known mathematics educator whose messages about math have reached teachers throught her many books, videotapes, talks, and extensive program of Math Solutions Courses.

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