Summer’s gone, and the beautiful, brisk days of harvest season have arrived in all their glory.
Fall is definitely my favorite time of year.
This fall, my publishing company opened a store where you can buy direct from us. When you choose to cut out the middleman, we authors get paid 50% more royalties. Thank you for your support!
You get a bonus, too: When you buy direct from our online store, you get DRM-free ebook files in your choice of format — including printable pdf files not available in bookstores. And if you need help, our friends at BookFunnel will be more than happy to walk you through the steps of transferring ebook files to your phone or device.
Best of all, you can pick up the exclusive publisher’s-edition ebook of my long-awaited Prealgebra & Geometry: Math Games for Middle School (scheduled for publication to regular bookstores in February 2021).
So even if you missed the Kickstarter, you won’t miss out on playing math with your middle-school kids this fall.
Special Offer: Use the coupon code TBLTOP10 at checkout to save 10% off your purchase. (Expires 15 October 2020.)
2 thoughts on “I Love Fall! Here’s a Special Offer to Celebrate”
Hi! I’m interested in getting the multiplication and fractions book to use with my 3rd grader. She’s about halfway through Beast Academy 3, so she knows what multiplication is. I’m mostly looking for games for her to practice the math facts. Do the multiplication games focus on facts or the concept multiplication? Also, do they do mixed fact practice, or does it focus on one group of facts (like x3) at a time?
The games cover a wide range of topics, from beginning to think about multiplication and fraction concepts to working with multistep mental calculations, with tips to help along the way.
Some games are specific to the times table, but always with mixed practice, not just one family at a time. And most of the games involve strategy as well, which makes them fun for an adult to play along.
If you click on the book page, you can download a preview that should give you a good idea what the games are like. https://payhip.com/b/Upf9 (Look for the blue “Preview” link at the top right corner of the book cover. It blends in a bit, so you might miss it if you didn’t know it was there.)
Also, here’s a game on my blog, to give you another example of what’s in the book: https://denisegaskins.com/2008/11/24/contig-game-master-your-math-facts/