My first book is called Princess Sasha Rescues a Frog, a short yet suspenseful story about Princess Sasha's efforts to help a starving frog return to his beautiful pond home and reunite with his wife and five tadpoles. Facts from the story form the basis of fun, easy-to-understand Algebra lessons in the form of a cool puzzle and tricks that will amaze your child's friends and family members.
Princess Sasha Rescues a Frog is an interactive book because children learn how to solve Level 1 Algebra equations by doing the things the text describes . . . as you read the book to them. The best part is that the reader needs no knowledge of Algebra. PreK to kindergarten children enjoy pasting animal clippings in the correct areas in addition to drawing large dots and math symbols: such as plus, minus, and equal signs . . . as well as the famous letter X. Elementary school children feel pride in solving Algebra equations like grown-ups - with numbers and memorization, instead of counting fingers.
I have a B.A. degree in Communications from Rowan University and I reside in Centennial, CO near my 23-year-old daughter.
Princesa Sasha Rescata a Una Rana: Álgebra Divertida no es sólo una divertida y atractiva fábula, es también el libro más efectivo para enseñarle Álgebra básico a niños de 4 a años. Sorprendentemente, este libro le muestra a los niños - que ni siquiera han aprendido a escribir números - cómo construir y resolver ecuaciones de Álgebra como X + 2 = 5 y X + 3 = 9.
Princess Sasha Rescues a Frog: Fun Algebra is not only a fun and engaging fable, it is also the most effective book for teaching 4- to 8-year-old children basic Algebra. Even children who haven't learned to write numbers learn how to construct and solve Algebra equations such as X + 2 = 5 and X + 3 = 9 by simply drawing the things the text prompts them to write, with clear "why" explanations.