Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book

Math (Caveman Educational Children's Books)

Children - Grade K-3rd
27 Pages
Reviewed on 05/13/2022
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When I look into my student's eyes, I see myself. Every child wants to matter. Every child wants someone to care. Every child wants to succeed. Every child wants to be smart. I often tell my students that I am not smarter than them, I just know more stuff. I teach through patience and diligence with the belief that if I try a little harder, explain one or twenty more times, they will understand. I now have over twenty-five years of teaching experience. I have spent the last eleven years teaching math intervention to fifth and sixth graders. Caveman Educational Stories for Children are a result of stories I made up to help my students.

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Reviewed by Emma Megan for Readers' Favorite

Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book: Math (Caveman Educational Children's Books) by Rod Rammage introduces Place Value to children. As children need early exposure to math concepts, Rammage produced this entertaining coloring book to help them understand Place Value. He developed a caveman voice to entertain children with the story of a caveman's travels to Apple Valley. Now children can learn math and understand Place Value in a fun and easy way. This fun coloring book gives children the head start they need to build important mental math concepts. If you want to help your child develop early math skills, give them this book, which is also available in a fully colored illustrated edition and as a Kindle book.

Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book by Rod Rammage is a great way to start supporting your toddler’s development by helping them understand Place Value. I am sure this book will help new parents teach math to their little ones, as knowing where to start can be overwhelming to them. I greatly appreciate this coloring book's simplicity, size, and content. It contains straightforward educational images and an entertaining, helpful, and educational tale that makes math fun and interesting. This book comes in handy as toddlers learn best while having fun and as they can greatly benefit from early exposure to educational concepts. Every parent who is looking to show their kids that math is helpful, enjoyable, and not intimidating at all should own a copy of this book.

Tiffany Ferrell

In Caveman Teach Children Place Value, we are introduced to a Caveman from way back. One thing that this Caveman loves is math and he likes teaching it to children. To him, it’s very important and he believes it’s vital for kids to learn and understand. He teaches various math skills by telling them stories. In this particular story, we learn about place value. Speaking using his experiences, Caveman tells of the time when he lived in Kilo Village, which was a very large settlement. One of the most important means of survival is being able to hunt and gather food. One day he found apple trees and upon trying the fruit, his wife asked him to bring more so she could make an apple pie. He couldn’t carry them himself so he put a basket on their dog. That was the start of being able to bring back more.

I thought Caveman Teach Children Place Value was a fun, yet educational read. First of all, it’s a coloring book that gives youngsters a fun activity to do while reading the story. Then there’s the story itself which teaches kids to count in ones, tens, and hundreds. I thought it was really creative and I liked how the dialogue had a Caveman feel to it in the way that the sentences were constructed. It brought an authentic touch to the tale. Rod Rammage has done a great job with this educational book that doubles as a coloring book. I look forward to more of his work.

Pikasho Deka

Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book is yet another amusing and educational installment from the Caveman Educational Children's Books by Rod Rammage. In this book, Caveman regales a group of kids with a story to teach them Place Value. Caveman lived in Kilo Village, where people worked hard to find food. One day, after discovering a valley full of apple trees, Caveman brings home some apples for Mrs. Caveman. On his next visit to Apple Valley, Caveman is joined by his beloved Ones Dog, who can carry up to 9 apples in a basket. When Mrs. Caveman invites all the neighbors to a big party, Caveman sets off once again, only this time, he takes Tens Pig alongside Ones Dog. As the demand for his apples grows, Caveman continues to take bigger animals that can carry more apples.

An interactive coloring book for kids, Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book is a fun way to introduce children to the wonderful world of mathematics. Caveman has an affable personality, yet is someone who commands respect, which makes him the perfect character for kids to look up to. Apart from writing the story, Rod Rammage is also responsible for the creative illustrations that provide readers with a way to engage themselves in the story and color the pages with their abundant imagination. The narrative is accessible and easy to understand so that children won't have any issues grasping the math on their own. If your child has just started learning math, this is the book to choose.

Amy Louise Hill

Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book by Rod Rammage is a fun and educational book for young children. Children need to be taught math, so what better way is there to teach them than through a tale of a caveman collecting apples? In Kilo Village, a caveman stumbles across a valley full of delicious apples and decides to call it Apple Valley. He returns home to Mrs. Caveman with the apples; it pleases his wife and she asks for more. This leaves Caveman wondering how he is going to carry so many apples all by himself, but Caveman has a brilliant idea; a solution to his problem. He makes a basket for Mrs. Caveman's dog, Ones dog, and attaches it to his back. Caveman and Ones dog return home with nine apples, pleasing Mrs. Caveman once again. But this time, she requests even more so that they may throw a party for all their neighbors. Caveman knows Ones dog won't be able to carry more than nine apples and has to come up with another idea to help fix the current dilemma. What will Caveman come up with next? Find out in Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book.

Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book was an interesting read. The writing style is unique to that of a caveman, which makes it easier and more enjoyable when reading as it allows you to put yourself in Caveman's shoes, which also allows you to ask yourself the same questions the caveman asks. I loved the illustrations as they are also unique and hand-drawn by the author himself. Rod Rammage has a talent for capturing the young reader's attention and providing educational aspects within his work. Children will certainly learn math from this book as Rod intended. I'm excited and curious to see what Rod Rammage comes up with next, maybe another Caveman tale? I'll surely be on the lookout for his next book.