The math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12. The Math Inspectors: Story One 2019-03-12

The math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12 Rating: 6,7/10 804 reviews

Math inspectors: story one

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

The cake happens to be sitting on the counter in Felix house. On the whole it seems to be the beginning of a fun series. I think part of the reason why my son doesn't seem to like it is that it immediately jumps to some kind of mean-kid school drama, which isn't really his thing. The reference to Scooby Doo in the book pretty much gives away the thief early on, but the author keeps the twists interesting enough that I think it would encourage a reader to finish it to the end to discover how the robbery happened. .

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Math inspectors: story one

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

They use their observational skills, intelligence, and look for the numbers to help guide them. Great way to get students involved with math while reading. He read The Math Inspectors in one sitting and is excited for the next one in the series to come out. But when their backs are against the wall, Stanley and his friends rely on the one thing they know best: numbers. They can che Clever, humorous and well-written detective mystery targeted for late elementary and middle school readers.

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Sorting Through Life's Lessons: Math Inspectors: The Case of the Claymore Diamond

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

My 9 and 10 year old both loved these books. Bad part out of the way, let's move on to the fun bits, because this was a fun book to read. Because numbers, they never lie. Along the way, they ll butt heads with an ambitious police chief, uncover dark secrets, and drink lots of milkshakes at Mabel s Diner. Along the way, they ll butt heads with an ambitious police chief, uncover dark secrets, and drink lots of milkshakes at Mabel s Diner.

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The Math Inspectors 1: The Case Of The Claymore Diamond (a funny mystery for kids ages 9

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

With the Math Inspectors on the job things are going to get exciting. And the reader cam play along with the kids. Armed with curiosity and their love for math, Stanley, Charlotte, Gertie and Felix race around town in an attempt to solve the mystery. Clever, humorous and well-written detective mystery targeted for late elementary and middle school readers. An attempt to make smart kids cool.

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The Case of the Claymore Diamond by Daniel Kenney

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

I particularly enjoyed the way that the authors found a way to integrate those dreaded hard to solve math word problems right into the story line. Along the way, they ll butt heads with an ambitious police chief, uncover dark secrets, and drink lots of milkshakes at Mabel s Diner. Just in case you're worried about the math, there were no daunting word problems and the characters walk the readers through working them out, so you will not be stumped for long. Chapters are short and easy to read. My only concern, and perhaps that's because I'm an adult, is that there is no brief introduction to the three main characters.

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Bearly There: One Bear's Opinion on: The Math Inspectors #1

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

We also did the word problems at the end of the book, which are a definitely above her current 2nd grade math skills, but it was fun to tell her how I would work through them. Lots of twists and turns in the plot. Franklin has been hit on the head and his most valuable possession, the Claymore diamond, has been stolen. The premise is a group of children from a detective agency, but use math to figure out the mysteries. Bad part out of the way, let's move on to the fun bits, because this was a fun book to read. Armed with curiosity and their love for math, Stanley, Charlotte, Gertie and Felix race around town in an attempt to solve the mystery. We find Stanley, Gertie, and Felix up in A treehouse spying on a piece of birthday cake that Felix plans to eat later.

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Sorting Through Life's Lessons: Math Inspectors: The Case of the Claymore Diamond

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

I particularly enjoyed the way that the authors found a way to integrate those dreaded hard to solve math word problems right into the story line. My initial opinion of The Case of the Claymore Diamond was very high, but after thinking about it for a while, I had to revise my thoughts a bit. My last complaint is a minor one. I'm looking forward to reading to see if the series improves on this beginning book. I also like just reading it because I really love books and stuff.

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Epub. The Math Inspectors: Story One

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

I wanted so much to like this book, but we haven't made it past the first chapter. First, I recognize there is a push to address bullying in children's literature. We find Stanley, Gertie, and Felix up in A treehouse spying on a piece of birthday cake that Felix plans to eat later. I know that the book must eventually get past that part, but that whole opening scene derailed the book for us. Okay, this was a Kindle freebie, and the editing showed that it was. Buy The Math Inspectors: The Case of the Claymore Diamond now! I wasn't comfortable with that. Armed with curiosity and their love for math, Stanley, Charlotte, Gertie and Felix race around town in an attempt to solve the mystery.

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The Case of the Claymore Diamond by Daniel Kenney

the math inspectors 1 the case of the claymore diamond a funny mystery for kids ages 9 12

Along the way, they ll butt heads with an ambitious police chief, uncover dark secrets, and drink lots of milkshakes at Mabel s Diner. In her journey she has been buying countless number of toys for her kids and she has acquired great experience in getting the best for kids , be it in furniture, toys, clothing, she knows how to match the best toys to the budget of the new parent and to the needs of the child. The story makes it clear that gambling is bad, but I was sort of taken aback by the section where betting odds are explained. Join Stanley and his friends in this smart and funny first mystery in The Math Inspectors series, perfect for math lovers, math haters, and all kids ages 9-12. If you do, please, stop by and rate them at one of the bookstores or review sites. I really liked the front cover but the illustrations inside were disappointing. Look forward to reading new books in the series as they are released.

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