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This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale. Any blessings we receive go to helping our homeschool and grocery budgets!Pastry School in Paris: An Adventure in Capacity by Cindy Neuschwander
Series: Matt and Bibi Math Adventure #3
Illustrator: Bryan Langdo
Find the Author: Website, Goodreads, Amazon
Also in this series: Mummy Math: An Adventure in Geometry
Also by this author: Mummy Math: An Adventure in Geometry
Genres: Educational Resources
Published by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) on May 26th 2009
Format: Jacketed Hardcover
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The Zills family is off to Paris to see the sights and take a class at the International Pastry Academy! In class, Matt and Bibi have to measure liquids to make lollipops. It's hard work, but knowing about different liquid measurements comes in handy when the Inspector General pays a visit while everyone else is out.
The twins want to help. Will their knack for baking the best-ever brownies and their knowledge of capacity be enough to save the day?
Read on August 06, 2011 — I own a copy
Now this is what I call fun learning! While I was in school I did a lot of culinary arts classes and the going between American and Metrics was always a little confusing at first. (Why could we not have all just stayed with metrics?) I learned to enjoy the math stories with Cindy Neuschwander and now after reading this Pastry School in Paris: An Adventure in Capacity I just know they are going to get better and better. I cannot wait to read Patterns in Peru: An Adventure in Patterning.
The twins Bibi and Matt Zills are at it again and this time learning how important liquid measurements and proper ingredients are in cooking. I think that once your kiddos are of an age to understand helping in the kitchen (and even before) they will enjoy reading this story and learning along with them. It has humor and a cuteness that will stay with you. I’m delighted to put it on our keeper shelf for and for homeschooling I plan on bringing it out again and again when we’re working on volume and capacity.