Skill Builder maths 3 by Sonia Mehta

511laJvDrSL._SX419_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgI received the book Skill Builder maths 3 as a review copy from the publisher and am thankful to them for the same. This book is the third in the series of four books and is meant for 8 year olds.

About the series:

With over 50 activities in each book, The Maths Skill Builders series aims to foster in children the subject skills and twenty-first century skills that are essential for success. These books enable the acquisition of numerical, logical and thinking skills, with kids learning and practicing key skills through play.

The books are broadly aligned to children’s learning levels at school and available at four different levels of complexity, so you can choose the level that best suits your child’s learning stage. The most striking about this series is – Children learn while playing, with skills being practiced through fun activities.

About the book:

This book contains mathematics activities, puzzles and problems to help young learners practise basic arithmetic and hone their logic, reasoning, creative and critical thinking skills. Through fun and challenging scenarios, your child will learn and master mathematics skills that are also applicable in a widerange of everyday contexts. Level 3 is suitable for children aged 8+.

My take:

This book is the third in the series and is meant for children who are 8 years and older. By way of puzzles and other activities, the author has dealt with different concepts like Roman numbers, Origami, basic mathematical operation- as per the level of the child, time, fractions, geometry, graphs, pie charts, fractions and time on number line, money, measurements, nets and grids.

A must read book for all.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book from the publisher in return for my honest review. I have NOT received any monetary compensation for the same.

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