Draw an Odd Numbered Creature

Draw Plus Math by Freddie Levin arrived in my mailbox recently and I couldn’t wait to share it with you!

It’s a step by step guide to math related drawing. For example, in one lesson, you’ll learn the steps of drawing a car.  Then, you’re asked to make a math sentence using cars and shown how to draw three cars minus one car equals two cars. 3-1=2.

Other lessons are: draw a robot, draw circle, oval and rectangle bugs then sort, draw a quilt block, draw things around us that have numbers like a clock or cell phone, & draw a tree with birds facing west and birds facing east then use the information to create a graph.

Click on the book cover or the following link to print out two fun drawing pages from this book.  These are instructions to “Draw an Odd Creature.” draw+math_print _medres

Enjoy!

Comment below if you want to win a copy of Draw Plus Math. :)  I’ll select a random winner October 30, 2010 midnight. U.S. and Canada only please.

  • http://blog.memetales.com Maya

    This seems like a fun and sensible book!

  • Hallie Doyle

    I would LOVE this book…for my boys AND me! I’d love the drawing tips. Thanks!

  • Jennifer

    Perfect for my little art lover!!

  • Deborah K

    wow! this sounds like a great book–I’ll have to put it on DD’s Christmas list.

  • Robin

    There is so much more to math than numbers! Be creative!

  • claire

    I would love a copy..I,ve just started home schooling the kids…help!!!

  • Candy

    Love this idea to incorporate math with art!!

  • Jennifer

    So cute – could definitely use this in my classroom!

  • Dawna

    Wow. That’s cool. I’ll definitely pick this up for my kiddos!

  • http://imaginationsoup.net Julie

    For someone who is terrible at math, this would be a good tool for me to help teach my little ones about it.

  • http://www.maple-leaf-mommy.blogspot.com Maple Leaf Mommy

    What a cool concept. That looks like it would be a lot of fun to share with my little one.

  • Kelly

    Sounds like a great book! We would love to check it out :-) Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Pam

    Sounds like a really wonderful math book! I would love the opportunity to use it with my 2 little kids and share it with some friends as well. THANKS!

  • suzanne

    I am a first grade teacher and I would love to share this with my students!
    I am a mother and I would love to share it with my children!!
    What a great way to show children the fun you can have with math!!! :)

  • Erin Ropelato

    What a fun book!! My girls would love it!!!

  • Denice

    It seems anytime we can intergrate art with another subject just makes it better for all to learn. I would love to share this with my teachers.

  • Brianna B.

    Id like to do this with my boys!

  • Kimberly

    What a creative idea! Perfect for engaging both sides of the brain!

  • http://imaginationsoup.net Melissa Taylor

    Thank you everyone for entering. Congratulations to Erin! Random.org picked you as the winner. I hope you all keep reading and entering — this week there are still the game giveaways and coming up will some amazing giveaways from Fashion Angels.

    http://imaginationsoup.net/category/giveaways/

    Gratefully,

    Melissa