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Free eBooks by Bob Albrecht

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Using Math Games and Word Problems to Increase the Math Maturity of K-8 Students

Moursund, David and Albrecht, Robert (2011)*.* Eugene, OR: Information Age Education. (210 pages).

Microsoft Word file. This book was created for preservice and inservice teachers with the goal of improving the informal and formal math education of preK-8 students. The authors emphasize using simple, inexpensive games to provide students with learning environments that help to increase their levels of math maturity. The focus is on learning for understanding that will last a lifetime.

The book includes both underlying math education “theory” and a variety of games. There is considerable emphasis on developing and testing strategies to help increase one’s effectiveness in dealing with recurring math-related problems and problem situations.

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Mathemagical Numbers 100 to 199

Microsoft Word file. Mathemagical Numbers 100 to 199 is a free 39-page booklet about the natural numbers 100 to 199. We list some of our favorite properties about each natural number 100 to 199. You will find odd numbers, even numbers, prime numbers, emirps, palprimes, composite numbers, prime factorizations of composite numbers, factors, proper factors, sums of factors, sums of proper factors, deficient numbers, perfect numbers, abundant numbers, square numbers, cubic numbers, triangular numbers, factorial numbers, Fibonacci numbers, and palindromic numbers. You can download this booklet as a PDF file or as a Microsoft Word file that you can edit. You can add your favorite properties to the numbers 100 to 199 and have your students participate in the process. This is a free booklet, so please give copies to others.

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Mathemagical Numbers 100 to 199

PDF file. Mathemagical Numbers 100 to 199 is a free 39-page booklet about the natural numbers 100 to 199. We list some of our favorite properties about each natural number 100 to 199. You will find odd numbers, even numbers, prime numbers, emirps, palprimes, composite numbers, prime factorizations of composite numbers, factors, proper factors, sums of factors, sums of proper factors, deficient numbers, perfect numbers, abundant numbers, square numbers, cubic numbers, triangular numbers, factorial numbers, Fibonacci numbers, and palindromic numbers. You can download this booklet as a PDF file or as a Microsoft Word file that you can edit. You can add your favorite properties to the numbers 100 to 199 and have your students participate in the process. This is a free booklet, so please give copies to others.

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Mathemagical Numbers 1 to 99

PDF file. Mathemagical Numbers 1 to 99 is a free 39-page booklet about the natural numbers 1 to 99. We list some of our favorite properties about each natural number 1 to 99. You will find odd numbers, even numbers, prime numbers, emirps, palprimes, composite numbers, prime factorizations of composite numbers, factors, proper factors, sums of factors, sums of proper factors, deficient numbers, perfect numbers, abundant numbers, square numbers, cubic numbers, triangular numbers, factorial numbers, Fibonacci numbers, palindromic numbers, and the number of protons in atoms from hydrogen to einsteinium. You can download this booklet as a PDF file or as a Microsoft Word file that you can edit. You can add your favorite properties to the numbers 1 to 99 and have your students participate in the process. This is a free booklet, so please give copies to others.

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Mathemagical Numbers 1 to 99

Microsoft Word file. Mathemagical Numbers 1 to 99 is a free 39-page booklet about the natural numbers 1 to 99. We list some of our favorite properties about each natural number 1 to 99. You will find odd numbers, even numbers, prime numbers, emirps, palprimes, composite numbers, prime factorizations of composite numbers, factors, proper factors, sums of factors, sums of proper factors, deficient numbers, perfect numbers, abundant numbers, square numbers, cubic numbers, triangular numbers, factorial numbers, Fibonacci numbers, palindromic numbers, and the number of protons in atoms from hydrogen to einsteinium. You can download this booklet as a PDF file or as a Microsoft Word file that you can edit. You can add your favorite properties to the numbers 1 to 99 and have your students participate in the process. This is a free booklet, so please give copies to others.