Jenny Kellett

Geometry Through Stories

The Fun Way to Master Geometry

Your journey into the world of math continues with “Geometry Through Stories,” the next exciting installment in Jenny Kellett's groundbreaking educational adventure series.

This is no ordinary textbook; it's a thrilling ride through the captivating world of geometry, disguised as a page-turning mystery story. Our intrepid adventurers find themselves in a world where angles hide secret messages and shapes solve time-sensitive problems in mystical lands. From the basics of points, lines, and planes to complex geometrical transformations, each chapter brings a new challenge. The race is on.

Through the adventures and challenges our characters face, students will master the key concepts of geometry, including:

* Basic geometric terms and definitions

* Properties of 2D and 3D shapes

* Angle relationships

* Triangle properties and the Pythagorean theorem

* Perimeter, area, and volume calculations

* Transformations and symmetry

Each chapter ends with practice problems, giving students the chance to apply what they've learned in a practical, engaging way. These problems are designed to help reinforce the concepts, ensuring students have a strong grasp of geometry basics.

Suitable for students in the 9th grade and up (age 14), this book is the perfect supplementary guide to classroom learning. Whether you're a parent looking to support your child's education, a teacher seeking creative resources, or a student eager for a unique, engaging approach to geometry, “Geometry Through Stories” is an indispensable tool on your mathematical journey.

From author Jenny Kellett, the creator of “Algebra 1: The Mystery of the Algebraic Artifact,” comes another masterful blend of education and adventure. With “Geometry: Journey into the World of Shapes and Angles,” learning math has never been more thrilling! Order your copy today.
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