Knowing Numbers

Knowing Numbers

America ranks dead last in math achievement among the most industrialized nations. Many parents have asked the following: why has math become such a difficult subject to learn?

Knowing Numbers addresses what has happened to make America so “math-challenged” and provides an introduction to numbers and arithmetic that will put your child on a track to excel. The easy to follow instructions will help you teach even the youngest of children the basics of arithmetic in a fun and challenging way.

The book was written for children of ages three through six, but will benefit older children who need strengthening in math. There are no arithmetical tables of any kind, nor tables of money, weights and measures. There are no rules to be learned. They would be of no use at this period and would be very apt to disgust the child with arithmetic. The majority of the exercises involve mental arithmetic done by association with objects in the environment. Seeing and handling objects in connection with numbers at an early age will lead to greater interest, fuller conceptual understanding and more confidence when being taught advanced math subjects.

Arithmetic only addresses one quality of objects, their number. In between sessions of Knowing Numbers, the child should be given lessons and activities in other subjects such as colors and shapes. To that purpose, we have included a section called “Fun with Colors,” and one called “Fun with Shapes.”

Start now. Don’t let your child fall behind.

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147 pages
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 979-8827648925
Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 13.8 ounces
Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8 x 0.34 x 10 inches

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