3月4日発売だったプレジデントファミリー春号の中に入ってるBOOK in BOOK 2つ。 算数「つまずき解消」ドリル
と、中学受験はじめてBOOK の表紙イラスト描かせていただきました。
算数「つまずき解消」ドリルのほうは、ケーキをみんなで分けるって算数かなと思いまして、大きなケーキをどうやって分けるか動物たちがそれぞれ考えながら集まってくる様子を。
中学受験はじめてBOOKの方は、ワニに乗って川を渡ってきた小学生を中学生が出迎えてくれるという様子を描きました。学ぶことは楽しいことであって欲しいと思っています。

ちなみにケーキの上のフルーツが4種類なのは、四色定理からって気づく子いるかしら。

http://www.president.co.jp/family/blog/diary/2054/2096/

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