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 language arts.
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Alphabet (Reader Rabbit Workbook)

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily
learning with classic children's characters

Before Five in a Row

Jane C. Lambert

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily
logical thinking using verbal skills

Building Thinking Skills: Book 3 Verbal

Howard Black, Sandra Parks

Topic: language arts
Age Level: middle school
You'll use it: daily
learning with your child's favorite stories

Five in a Row (Five in a Row): Volume 1

Jane C. Lambert

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily
a novel approach to math

Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions (Dover Thrift Editions)

Edwin A. Abbott

Topic: language arts
Age Level: secondary
You'll use it: occasionally
Reader Rabbit and me!

Reader Rabbit Preschool (Reader Rabbit Giant Workbooks)

Learning Company Books

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily
learn to read with phonics

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons

Siegfried Engelmann, Phyllis Haddox, Elaine Bruner

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily
flutter and fly from a to z

The Butterfly Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books)

Brian Cassie, Jerry Pallotta

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: weekly
amusing tale of shapes

The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics

Norton Juster

Topic: language arts
Age Level: middle school
You'll use it: occasionally
is that a valid argument?

The Fallacy Detective: Thirty-Six Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning, 2nd Edition

Nathaniel Bluedorn, Hans Bluedorn

Topic: language arts
Age Level: middle school
You'll use it: daily

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.