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7X9 = Trouble!

7X9 = Trouble!

Écrit par Claudia Mills

Raconté par Robert Ramirez


7X9 = Trouble!

Écrit par Claudia Mills

Raconté par Robert Ramirez

évaluations:
4/5 (4 évaluations)
Longueur:
1 heure
Sortie:
Oct 21, 2004
ISBN:
9781470356477
Format:
Livre audio

Description

The two things that Wilson Williams likes best about 3rd grade are drawing and taking care of the class pet, Squiggles the hamster. What he likes the least are timed multiplication tests. Why think about all those numbers when he could be drawing pictures of Squiggles? With gentle humor, Claudia Mills works through a common childhood problem to a surprising resolution.
Sortie:
Oct 21, 2004
ISBN:
9781470356477
Format:
Livre audio


À propos de l'auteur

Claudia Mills is the acclaimed author of many books for children including the Franklin School Friends children's book series, including Cody Harmon, King of Pets and Simon Ellis, Spelling Bee Champ. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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  • (3/5)
    A nice read-aloud for third-grade classes. Students who are themselves struggling with times-table memorization will be able to relate to Wilson. His slow but steady progress is realistic, and that nines trick is phenomenal... wish I'd known about that when I was learning to multiply!
  • (3/5)
    I had mixed feelings about this book. I liked the book because of the plot. It flowed very well and it has a story that most children that age can relate to some way or another. The boy in the story is having trouble with his times tables and most children have had trouble in school with a certain class so they can relate to the story. The reason I didn’t like the book was because of the illustrations. The illustrations were very dull and I think it would make the book boring for children just learning to read chapter books. The big idea in this book is that everyone has different strengths and weaknesses but with hard work you can accomplish anything.
  • (4/5)
    In Wilson Williams’s third grade class, if students pass all of their multiplication table tests through the 12’s, they will be rewarded with an ice cream cone. With three weeks left, Wilson has only passed his 3’s! It is of no help that his pesky little brother, Kipper, a math whiz even in kindergarten, distracts him when he tries to study at home. Will Wilson earn his cone in time? In this transitional chapter book, Wilson learns that even though people have innate strengths and weaknesses in different subjects, through hard work they can accomplish their goals. Not only will this chapter book help children between the ages of six and ten read more complicated material; it presents several multiplication problems with solutions and provides tricks for remembering some of them. Therefore, they will advance both their reading and math skills simultaneously. Throughout the book, there are sporadic black and white illustrations that look as though they were drawn in pencil. This book is recommended for children ages 6-10 who are looking to advance their reading skills and learn some multiplication facts at the same time.