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That’s a Possibility: A Book Review

That’s a Possibility!: A Book About What Might Happen, by Bruce Goldstone, Published by Henry Holt and Company, 2013

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That’s a Possibility! has big, bright, colorful pictures.  It has a great way of presenting the math scenarios.  This leads to a book that is impossible to put down.

The book covers concepts of possibility, impossible, certain, likely, probable and more.  Goldstone provides a fun look into the world of probability.

There are a couple of activities at the back of the book.  One uses a paper plate spinner, another a bag and marbles.  This adds some additional fun.  The book is filled with great examples such as flipping coins, rolling dice and using spinners or cards.  Your boy could just read it or go hands-on and play along with the examples.

Great for boys who lean toward Logical-Mathematical, or Bodily-Kinesthetic learning.  Boys who want math delivered in a fun way will enjoy it as well.

 

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