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Eat Your U.S. History Homework: Recipes for Revolutionary Minds

Eat Your U.S. History Homework: Recipes for Revolutionary Minds

NEW! Eat Your U.S. History Homework: Recipes for Revolutionary Minds

Put on your apron and get ready to go back in time. These historically inspired recipes will fill you up with yummy snacks. Tempt your taste buds with Independence Ice-Cream or feast on Thanksgiving Succotash. History has never been this delicious!

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Whip up some Atomic Popcorn Balls, Sedimentary Lasagna, or Black Hole Swallow-Ups. Eat Your EatYourScienceHomework_JKT_300Science Homework: Recipes for Inquiring Minds  makes science delicious! (A Junior Library Guild Selection)

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Have the math munchies? Try some delicious Fibonacci Snack Sticks, or a batch of Tessellating Brownies. With Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes for Hungry Minds you will never have to worry about what to serve while doing math. FOOD+MATH=FUN!  

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Rabbits Rabbits Everywhere: A Fibonacci TaleA math fairytale that captures the magic of The Pied Piper and the fun of the Fibonacci Sequence, Rabbits, Rabbits Everywhere: A Fibonacci Tale is sure to please everyone–whether you are 5 or 105!

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Beanstalk The Measure of a Giant by Ann McCallum

 

In this new twist on a beloved tale, Jack climbs the beanstalk and finds a new friend– only he’s five times his size! Beanstalk: The Measure of a Giant is sure to delight anyone who loves a good math fairytale.

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The Secret Life of Math, winner of ForeWord’s Gold Book of the Year, takes readers on an amazing journey of peoples’ first uses of numbers– and math. Make an abacus from China, a counting ball from Mesopotamia, or hieroglyphics from Ancient Egypt. This more-than-a-project book provides an incredible look at every day math. 

You may order it here: SECRET     The Secret Life of Math by Ann McCallum 

 

 

 

 

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