Kaila Davis and Jenna Hoglander read their math picture book, “The JK Stories — The Clues Add Up”. In general, it is correct to point to some figurative concepts - images, because children will be better able to remember the material. And a certain concept will be associated with a form or something similar. Word + Picture = Association = Decision. Next, for better memorization, you can take a test to see the result of this technique, a professional test taker can help you with this.
Mrs. Taylor’s 7th grade math classes at Hanes Middle School created math picture books to illustrate math concepts in real world situations. Students wrote and illustrated their own math picture book. This project integrated reading, writing and art into the world of math.