Everyone loves a good mystery… Now you can make learning Math and Science fun with these One Minute Mysteries by Eric and Natalie Yoder…
Let your child become a super sleuth with the award-winning One Minute Mysteries series! Each mystery features real-world scenarios and takes just one minute to read. These brainteasers challenge kids to use critical thinking skills.
- Develops critical thinking skills
- Promotes reading, while teaching science and math
- Provides real-life scenarios that make science and math relevant to kids
- Recommended for children ages 8 to 14
- Great way to extend the curriculum or to increase educational opportunities at home with fun science and math problems
One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science!
Not your ordinary mystery book, One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve with Science! makes science fun! These short mysteries have a clever twist–you have to tap into your science wisdom to solve them! Each story, just one minute long, challenges your knowledge in earth, space, life, physical, chemical, and general science. Try your hand at 65 mysteries that will keep you entertained—and eager to learn more!
One Minute Mysteries: 65 MORE Mysteries You Solve With Science!
The mysteries are back! One Minute Mysteries: 65 More Short Mysteries You Solve With Science! continues the fun. These mysteries are like potato chips—you can’t stop after one! The second volume in this award-winning series will continue to challenge your critical thinking skills across multiple science topics. Each story takes just one minute to read and will get the whole gang involved in finding the solution. You’ll be amazed at how much you can learn while you’re having fun!
One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math!
Crack open One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Math! to sharpen your logic and reasoning skills. These literature-based math mysteries take just one minute to read. The brainteasers are entertaining, but even better, their real-world connections help kids see math concepts and quandaries as approachable, learnable and solvable. A fun way to develop deductive reasoning skills and discover the joys of math class!