The Math Doctor with CD-ROMby Ron van der Meer, Bob Gardner
This pack is a truly fun way to learn and revise math with brilliantly simple
Do you loathe logarithms? Abhor algebra? Detest division? Or do you just find it impossible to keep the times tables in your head? Overflowing with brilliantly simple explanations and three dimensional explanations, this book demystifies those impossible-to-grasp laws of maths.
This pack is a truly fun way to learn and revise math with brilliantly simple explanations and three dimensional demonstrations. If you or someone you know has a problem with math, The Math Doctor will seduce you into a world of numbers. Literally crammed full with brilliant mechanics that you can pull, twist,and slide, this book will really demonstrate those impossible-to-grasp laws of math. The Math Doctor also includes a glossary of all those tricky terms you never really grasped in school but were always too embarrassed to ask about. Equipped with dice to play the math games plus animation glasses to be used in conjunction with the pop-ups , this book has all you need to de-mystify those stubborn math problems. A clearer comprehension of maths is as easy as The Math Doctor.. plus you!
Other Details: 31 pop-ups and mechanics, 50 flaps and interactive elements 7 pages 11 x 11" Published 1999
"Much more than an ordinary pop-up book, The Math Doctor contains impressive feats of paper engineering that compel the reader to investigate. You are sure to discover new facets to explore, no matter how many times you read the book. The Math Doctor can only help to reinforce positive attitudes. It is an excellent value for money and would reccomend it without hesitation." Junior Education UK
- Van der Meer, a Division of PHPC
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- 10.28(w) x 11.98(h) x 1.28(d)
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This book/kit gives wonderful, descriptive, visual explainations of mathematic concepts. I have not seen the CD ROM, but was VERY impressed with the interactive aspect. Fabulous use of 'pop-ups' for educational value.