Books that Make Learning Fun

A book that makes learning fun presents material in an engaging manner, encourages readers to think strategically, or models critical thinking and discovery.


Our favorite books in health.
introvert or extrovert, optimist or pessimist?

Psychology for Kids: 40 Fun Tests That Help You Learn About Yourself (Self-Help for Kids Series)

Jonni Kincher, Julie S. Bach, Pamela Espeland

Topic: health
Age Level: middle school
You'll use it: once
build a body

The Body Book (Grades 3-6)

Donald Silver, Patricia J. Wynne

Topic: health
Age Level: elementary
You'll use it: weekly
tackle potty training like a princess (or prince)

The Princess and the Potty (Aladdin Picture Books)

Wendy Lewison

Topic: health
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily
hunt for hidden treasure with your friends

The Treasure Tree: Helping Kids Understand Their Personality

Dr. John Trent

Topic: health
Age Level: elementary
You'll use it: weekly
another journey with four personalities

The Two Trails A Treasure Tree Adventure

Dr. John Trent

Topic: health
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: weekly

This is math-mom.com, the website built on our belief that learning is naturally fun. With the right expectation and approach, anyone can enjoy learning. But since each of us is unique, we each must find our own best way to learn. We know that we have found our way when learning is fun.

Here you will find books, products, and ideas that our family has used to make learning fun for each one of us. We hope that it encourages you to find your own way to have the fun of learning.