How can someone learn math through a fantasy comic book story? Learn more about Ryan's Math Adventure and find out.
Ryan, Aris, and Sir Walter are searching for the prophesied Book of Light. Without math, the nearby town has been thrown into chaos.
Suddenly, monstrous larvae creatures appear before Ryan and Aris! Can Ryan, Aris, and Sir Walter find the Book of Light in time to stop the evil Pesia?
1. A Change in Town
①Counting, Writing, and Reading Numbers from 1 to 5
②Ordering from 1 to 5
③Understanding the Idea of 1 More and 1 Less (1)
④Understanding, Writing, and Reading 0
⑤Counting, Writing, and Reading Numbers from 6 to 9
2.Workers at the Robot Factory
⑥Understanding the Order of Numbers up to 9
⑧Understanding the Idea of 1 More and 1 Less (2)
⑨Comparing Numbers up to 9
3. Stone of Life
⑩Different Ways of Grouping the Numbers 2, 3, 4, 5
⑪Different Ways of Grouping the Numbers 6, 7, 8, 9
⑫Understanding, Reading, and Writing 10
⑬Grouping and Gathering the Number 10
⑭Counting, Writing, and Reading Numbers from 11 to 19
4.Birth of Namute
⑮Grouping and Gathering Numbers from 11 to 19
⑯Understanding Numbers up to 19
⑰Comparing Numbers up to 19
⑱Understanding Even and Odd Numbers
The Ryan's Math Adventure series provides a complimentary alternative to traditional math textbooks.
Instead of just telling a child who dislikes math, "study harder," try out Ryan's Math Adventure.
Through this fantasy comic book story, kids can study math in a more positive and fun way.
Ryan's Math Adventure 1: Numbers Smaller than 20 was a very cute math adventure book that teaches simple math to elementary aged children through the lens of an adventure story. The pictures were well done and the dialogue bubbles kept the story form being too wordy. I received this item for free or at a discount in exchange for only my honest and unbiased review, all opinions, thoughts, and views are strictly my own and not influenced by this fact.