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The Math Kid
: The Pied Piper and the Little Drummer Boy

Author

Woo Eunkyoung

Kim Samkyeum

Publisher

DAEKYO

Categories

Children's Other Books

Audience

3~5 years old

Overseas Licensing

Chinese

Keywords

  • #math
  • #storytelling
  • #elementary
  • #by section
  • #math in life
  • #integrated math
  • #children's story
  • #Indonesia online Consultation

Copyright Contact

Kim Hyesun

hyesun_kim@gmail.com

+82-2-829-1239

  • Publication Date

    2012-01-01
  • No. of pages

    32
  • ISBN

    9788954044912
  • Dimensions

    220 * 270
Overview

The MATH KID is a storytelling math book that introduces mathematical concepts children must learn through famous stories.

Book Intro

(Indonesian)

Melalui buku Lelaki pemain seruling dan anak pemain drum ini anak-anak dapat belajar menghitung tikus yang ditangkap menggunakan suara seruling dan drum.

 

(English)

Fun and easy learning of math through story 

1. Math skills are learned naturally through fun stories

2. The math children must know before entering elementary school

3. Math is approached in stages: discovering-understanding-expanding applications

4. Experience math with meaningful practice materials

The Pied Piper and the Little Drummer Boy teaches how to count mice caught with a pipe and drum in groups of 10.

About the Author

Woo Eunkyoung



Woo Eunkyoung (F) was born in February 20, 1959. She is Professor of psychology at Seoul National University and mainly lectures on developmental and life-planning psychology. Woo won the International Young Scholar Award in 1996, and has worked as a visiting professor for Stanford University and as a researcher for the US National Institute for Health. 

Workers and CEOs alike attend lectures by professor Gwak Geumju (F). Gwak currently offers psychology lectures for CEOs and businesses on the promotion of change and advancement of individuals and organizations. Books the professor has worked on include The Development of Korean Children, Integration of the Korean Society Under the Free Enterprise Economy, The Psychological Assessment and Inspection of Children and The Psychology of Habits.

Kim Samkyeum



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