Open Access Research Article

Children’s Book on Climate Change and Math

Yee Han Peter Joong*

The University of the West Indies at Mona, Kingston, Mona, Jamaica

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Received Date: October 03,2022;  Published Date: February 23, 2023

Abstract

The Earth is definitely getting warmer. How does it affect us? What can we do? Mathematics is the language of science. The science of climate change can be expressed, predicted and studied with the help of mathematics. Students will learn mathematical skills and climate change with the use of this book. The book is intended for students in senior primary and intermediate secondary grades. It can also be used by parents and educators. It is designed to assist children with the development of skills in integrated mathematics and eco-awareness. The aim is to help children to develop awareness and knowledge about our planet and its precious resources. Importantlyantly, children will learn how human actions affect climate change and what they can do to save our environment. At the same time, they will apply their knowledge by solving related mathematical and real-life problems. The contexts, narratives and illustrations in each lesson are aimed to engage children.

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