Everyone Can Learn Math

Thank you to everyone who entered the Everyone Can Learn Math giveaway! The winners were Shannon Lingle and Vanessa Cornect! Congratulations to you both!

If you did not win, but would still like to share this fantastic story with your students, there are a couple ways to do that!

    • Purchase the book on Amazon here (affiliate link)
    • Show this reading to your students and then discuss.

Everyone Can Learn Math is a story of perseverance and determination. Aspinall’s message is simple – there is no such thing as a “math person” and with some hard work and positivity, anyone is capable of experiencing success! The journey of Amy, the main character, will be familiar to so many of your students, and will encourage them to adopt a growth mindset when it comes to math.

8 Comments

  • Cool!
    This is exactly what I need for my 6th graders.
    They are constantly saying “I can’t do math”, “Math is my worst subject”, “I give up… I can’t figure out math”.
    It’s soo sad.
    Thanks for the chance to win the book. It will be a great read aloud for the beginning of school!

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  • I always tell people not to say they’re bad at math, especially in front of their children. Math is such a broad subject, so say there are some areas in math that you understand better.

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  • This is great! My 13 year old daughter needs this, along with some of my 3rd grade inclusion students! So many have a mental road block that tells them they just can’t do math.

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  • This looks like such a great book. I am so excited to help with my kids math mindset. Thanks for this chance to win.

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  • Fantastic. I teach almost everything using literature. Your book ties in so nicely to our work with Jo Boaler and math mindset. Thank You!

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  • Looks like a great book! What a great way to help get kids excited!!! Thanks for sharing!

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