I shared some of our favorite math stories in my post Children’s Books for Playful Math Learning, but here are some more fun math books to engage your kids with fun math story books and math games that involve math concepts. These are must have math story books and math games for your homeschool math curriculum or to supplement math learning. Learning math doesn’t have to be dull or consist only of endless worksheets. Learn math through fun, hands on activities and silly stories that illustrates when and how math is used. These math story books and family math games will have you all laughing and learning without realizing how much you really are learning about math. Show your kids how enjoyable math can be!
Some related activities featured in these posts:
- Children’s Books for Playful Math Learning
- 5 Math Resources for fun Learning
- 10 Math Games and Printables
- Make Learning Math Fun
- 14 Ways to Learn Mulitplication that Work!
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Our Favorite Books about Math
Life of Fred Math Story Series
Life of Fred books are in the format of a story following a 5 year old genius who lives and teaches as a professor at a college. Fred gets into every day situations where he needs to problem solve so math learning is fun and real life examples are used so kids not only learn the how to solve a problem, but when and why. These books are funny and introduce math concepts in ways that kids can understand. Life of Fred math series continues all the way through calculus. There are also language arts Life of Fred and Life of Fred early readers available!
Books of Math Games
Games for Math
Family math includes games and tons of ideas for family activities that involve math skills. Learn through hand on math activities together as a family. This is a wonderful homeschool math resource. There is also a middle school Family math book available.
Math Story Books
Cir Cumference Series
Cir Cumference math story books are such fun to read, with colorful illustrations, your child will love. Math concepts are woven through the stories in an enjoyable way. Learn math concepts effortlessly while enjoying these stories again and again. There are many more in the series, also.
More Mathmatical Stories
There are many more mathmatical story books, such as these favorites below, you won’t want to pass up, either!
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