The Erikson Early Math Collaborative collects resources and facilitates discussion around mathematics in the early years of children’s lives. In a new article, they’ve highlighted several Mathical award-winning titles that go beyond one-to-one counting.
On April 3, 2018, Mathical Book Prize selection committee co-chair Dr. Jordan Ellenberg (University of Wisconsin–Madison) and prize coordinator Kirsten Bohl (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute) were interviewed by Education Talk Radio Pre K-20. You can listen to the interview online! Listen: Education Talk Radio Pre K-20 on The Mathical Book Prize
The following review of 2018 Mathical Award Winner A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars by author Seth Fishman was submitted by Mathical Selection Committee member Jeanne Petarra-Weeks.
The Erikson Early Math Collaborative collects resources and facilitates discussion around mathematics in the early years of children’s lives. Here, they’ve highlighted three of their favorite Mathical titles: innovative counting books for pre-K children that offer mathematical opportunities beyond the typical counting book.
Thank you to Ms. Ginger Kresak’s third grade class from Charles Eliot School in Cleveland Metropolitan Schools for their book reports on 2018 Mathical award winner A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars by Seth Fishman. We hope you enjoy their take on this book as much as we do!
The 2018 Mathical Media Kit is now available to spread the word about the winning prize titles! You can find the Mathical press release, sample promotional content for newsletters and social media (#mathicalbooks), and and color flyers to print.
Math + Literature = 2018 Mathical Book Awards for Ages 2-18 Berkeley, CA – February 22, 2018 — What do a sneaky baby, a smelly room full of sheep, alpacas, llamas, and yaks, and a hundred billion trillion stars have in common? They are all Mathical Award Winners – or more accurately put, they are the subjects […]
On Thursday, February 22, 2018, the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) will announce the winners of the 2018 Mathical Book Prize during a special event in conjunction with MSRI’s Critical Issues in Mathematics Education conference.