Multiplying Menace: The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin

Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin Rumpelstiltskin is back This time he s making mischief with his multiplying stick Can Peter unlock the secret of the stick in time to save the kingdom Whimsical illustrations bring fun to multiplying

  • Title: Multiplying Menace: The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin
  • Author: Pam Calvert Wayne Geehan
  • ISBN: 9781570918902
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rumpelstiltskin is back This time he s making mischief with his multiplying stick Can Peter unlock the secret of the stick in time to save the kingdom Whimsical illustrations bring fun to multiplying whole numbers and fractions.

    Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin Aug , Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin Charlesbridge Math Adventures Pam Calvert, Wayne Geehan on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Readers will put their multiplication skills to use in this clever Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin by Pam Jan , Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin, teaches students how to solve multiplication and fraction word problems This story is set in a kingdom and Rumpelstiltskin s house where he takes the young boy Peter but before the Rumpelstiltskin terrorizes the town with multiplication Peter escapes and fixes the town with fractions. Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin by Pam Pam Calvert, a former schoolteacher, is the author of THE MULTIPLYING MENACE DIVIDES and PRINCESS PEEPERS She lives in South Texas. The Multiplying Menace Divides Charlesbridge The Multiplying Menace Divides is a sequel to The Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin In the first book, Rumpelstiltskin was banished to Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltstkin Multiplying Menace The Revenge of Rumpelstiltstkin ALCOS . Solve multi step problems, including word problems, involving of whole numbers through two digit multipliers and one digit divisors and represent using variables ALCOS . Write number sentences for word problems that involve multiplication and division.

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  • Pam Calvert Wayne Geehan

    I m a children s author have five picture books and some easy readers Hopefully, you ll see a novel coming down the road My newest picture books are BRIANNA BRIGHT BALLERINA KNIGHT and PRINCESS PEEPERS PICNIC PARTY

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  • This book is a continuation of the King and Queen's life 10 years later and their son Peter is the main character. Rumpelstiltskin seeks revenge and returns to the castle to steal Peter and cause mayhem among the castle and the village. Rumpelstiltskin multiplies the king's nose by 6 and 4 branches by 10 (making 40 branches) etc. Peter is put to work by Rumpelstiltskin and does many chores. When Rumpelstiltskin falls asleep, Peter takes Rumpelstiltskin's magic stick and escapes. He figures out h [...]


  • This "math adventure" concept picture book picks up where the original story of Rumpelstiltskin leaves off (minus him ripping himself in two) ten years into the future. It is Peter's 10th birthday, the boy Rumpelstiltskin had been promised before the queen guessed his name. This time, Rumpelstiltskin demands that the boy come with him or he will continue to wreak havoc on the village. Eager to help return his town to normal, Peter agrees to go with Rumpelstiltskin. Peter discovers Rumpelstiltski [...]


  • This is a great book to use with grades 3-5th when talking about multiplication.It allows the kids to see the effect of multiplying whole numbers opposed to fractions.Rumpelstiltskin comes back to claim the queen's sun on his tenth birthday. He puts a multiplying curse on the kingdom and even multiplies the king's nose by 6, giving him 6 noses. The queen's son finally breaks the curse by getting a hold of the magic stick and multiplying everything with small numbers (fractions) so the kingdom go [...]


  • In the category of "Trope Invented to Enliven and Contextualize Math," Multiplying Menace is excellent. It's a picture book, so it's easy to get through; the story is engaging, so it appeals to my six-year-old; and it has a plot with enough action and complications to also engage my eight-year-old. In a lot of living books, the academic topic is just tacked on, but the idea of multiplication is here integral to the plot--you can't understand what's going on without taking the time to wrap your h [...]


  • I will definitely come back to use this book when we begin to cover CCSS.Math.Content.5.B.4 - Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction.I think it's great in that it gives a picture reference for big ideas like the fact that multiplying a whole number by a fraction results in a smaller number, and multiplication by 0 always equals 0. The story is humorous and imaginative, with a clear conflict and resolution in the end (which [...]


  • This is a fun story that teaches about multiplication by whole numbers as well as fractions. It is an After Happily Ever After-type of story, where we rejoin the characters from a classic fairytale after some time has passed. In this tale, Rumpelstiltskin returns to claim what he is owed.The story is entertaining and I thought it was a novel way to teach about what fractions do to numbers when multiplying. The math wasn't terribly difficult and our girls enjoyed solving the problems, too. We rea [...]


  • The Multiplying Menace the Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin is a wonderful book to use when teaching students multiplication with fractions and whole numbers. This book is a sequel to the traditional folktale of Rumpelstiltskin. Rumpelstiltskin comes back to take the Queen's son on his tenth birthday. During this time Rumpelstiltskin causes quite a stir in the town including giving the king 6 noses. The Queen's son soon figures out how to utilize Rumpelstiltskin's magic stick and learns how to fix eve [...]


  • This is a fun book that would be good for first through third grade students to learn multiplication facts. In this story Rumpelstiltskin uses multiplication to reach havoc on the inhabitants of a village. A young boy named Peter steals Rumpelstiltskin's stick and begins repairing everything that Rumpelstiltskin did to mess up The town. In the end, Peter multiplies Rumpelstiltskin by zero, making him disappear forever. This is a fun way to show children different usage for multiplication facts. [...]


  • Best for kids ages 8 and upEarly Literacy Skills: Print Motivation, Vocabulary, Narrative SkillsFrom cover:Rimpelstiltskin is back!Ten years ago, the Queen guessed his name. That stopped Rumpelstiltskin from taking her first born child. Now Rumpelstiltskin has returned, and he wants revenge. Overnight, strange things happen across the kingdom. Mice, bugs, and other pests multiply in great numbers. Cows and other farm animals disappear. Peter is the kingdom's only hope , but is he clever enough t [...]


  • Multiplying Menace: The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin, teaches students how to solve multiplication and fraction word problems. This story is set in a kingdom and Rumpelstiltskin’s house where he takes the young boy Peter but before the Rumpelstiltskin terrorizes the town with multiplication. Peter escapes and fixes the town with fractions. This book could be read to students before a multiplication, fraction, or world problem lesson in math. Students could solve the problems from the book as the [...]


  • Grades 2-4Rumplestiltskin is back to claim the princesses’ son—only this time he has a puzzle that confounds everyone.--magic stick that he points--noses times six (king gets 6 noses)--stones times 1/3 (stones disappear)--boy grabs the stick and uses multiplication to save the day.--Great intro for multiplying whole numbers and fractions.--Students could use their own magic sticks in the classroom as an extension


  • Multiplying Menace by Pam Calvert does a great job in telling the story of Rumpelstitskin's revenge by also incorporating mathematical concepts. This book can be used to teach students about multiplication facts and also teaches them to compare multiplying by whole numbers as opposed to fractions. This is a fun way to show children different usage for multiplication facts. I would use this book for students in 3rd-4th grade.


  • This book includes popular fairy tale character Rumpelstilskin, as he tricks a 10 year old boy and his family and friends by using a magic multiplication stick. I would use this with upper grade levels because the concepts in the book can be hard to grasp. Some solid knowledge and understanding of multiplication is needed for this story to make sense and be fully beneficial for students. I would read this at the end of a unit on multiplication instead of at the beginning.


  • I like how the author combined math instruction with a story a majority of students will be familiar. Multiplication is the primary math operation emphasized in the book. Multiplication via character interaction in an effective strategy to instruct young students. I also like how the story and math instruction are cohesive together. Overall, an ideal book for teaching multiplication to students starting to learn math.


  • Very fun interactive story that can be used as a large group read aloud. This book is based off the original story of Rumpelstiltskin and is a intriguing story for your students. This story teaches about whole number multiplication as well as fractions! It also talks about what fractions can do to numbers when you multiply them together. Great for introducing fractions in a easy and relaxed large group.


  • This story incorporates multiplication into a story that many children will already know and love. I would use this story for children who have already learned the concept of multiplication but need some more practice. The teacher could have students follow along with the story in a circle, and have students come up and do the multiplication work on the smart board while they are reading the story. The teacher could turn it into a game, where they will not read on until the problem is solved.


  • This is a book about Rumpelstiltskin getting revenge on the people in the village, but it also teaches about multiplication. Rumplestiltskin says things like nose times 6, and the king then had 6 noses appear on his face. The book goes through a different multiplication problem on each page in a fun way that would engage students.


  • This is a great book to use to teach multiplication, especially to introduce multiplying by fractions. Students might not know what will happen if you haven't taught that concept yet, so it would be interesting to get their predictions. Once the story is read, have a class discussion on what happens when you multiply by fractions.


  • Multiplication of whole numbers and fractionsGood book with organic and natural use of math. Would be very engaging for young kids (3-5). Ends in a cute rhyme to help remembering multiplication rules.


  • Wonderful story with Rumpelstiltskin who returns in this book with a magic multiplying stick and wreaks havoc on the town and community. This is a great book that helps children understand multiplication of whole numbers and fractions.


  • My kids love this one! We have read it many times. 10/8/15Ellie always ask for this book! There is something about Rumpelstiltskin that intrigues her. There is another Rumpel book she often reads as wellb 8/9/17


  • This is an interesting book to use to continue multiplication. In this book it shows how to multiply fractions as well as whole numbers.


  • An interesting mathematics story about multiplying numbers. And takes the Rumpelstiltskin story and twists it around a bit.


  • This book would be great to read to 3rd-5th grade students before introducing multiplication. The story also compares the difference between multiplying by whole numbers and fractions.


  • A fun little book. Good for working on multiplying whole numbers and fractions, through a fun story. A sequel to Rumpelstiltskin.




  • This book actually is a mathematics literature book featuring riddles and problems to be solved. Rumpelstiltskin has a stick that creates multiplication problems to be solved. The main character Peter must solve the problems to save the kingdom. It’s a cute way to engage students in multiplication problems while using the familiar fairy tale Rumpelstiltskin as the backdrop. I really enjoyed this story and would incorporate it into my math lesson.


  • Clever story of what happened 10 years after the girl says Rumpelstiltskin. Kid uses math and is able to conquer all. Covers multiplication by whole numbers and fractions, as well as zero.


  • Rumpelstiltskin has come back to the kingdom after ten years to seek revenge! He wants the boy back or he will multiply the kingdom (including the king's nose!) This book outlines multiplication using fractions and whole numbers in an exciting, fun way. Your kids will not even know they're learning!The next in the series will be out in 2011! It's called MULTIPLYING MENACE DIVIDES!


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