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Math Made Easy: 1st Grade Workbook, Ages 6-7 Paperback – June 13, 2001
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This is part of a series of workbooks designed to encourage children to practice the essential math skills they learn in school. It matches the math curriculum so your children will reach their full potential in school and in important standardized tests.
The all-important "Answer Section with Parents' Notes" provides all the answers to all the activities in this book. This enables you to mark your children's work. The notes for each page help to explain common problems and gives advice on how to ensure that your child understands where and how they have made the errors.
They include a Progress Chart complete with gold stick on stars and a Certificate to show achievement and completion of this workbook.
Reading and writing large numbers
Multiplying and dividing by 10
Subtracting three-digit numbers
Division with remainders
Problems involving time
Areas of rectangles and squares
Speed Trials for Multiplication Tables
Times Table Practice
Ordering sets of measures
Problems involving time
Lines of Symmetry
Multiplying by two-digit numbers
Place Value for Decimals
The successful way to improve your child's understanding of math! You might want to think up some extra rewards besides stars for completing some of these pages! Maybe for every so many stars, they get a bigger reward.
~The Rebecca Review
The Math Made Easy provides an incremental, comprehensive approach to teaching math. There are 156 pages -- lessons, if you will -- to work on. Early on, your student learns how to tackle simple math problems, and then those concepts are developed into more complex problems in later lessons. This is an excellent way of learning -- incrementally and progressively. So, rather than learning everything there is to know about reading an analog and digital clock for 10 straight lessons, the easiest concepts of all math concepts are presented early in the workbook, and then those same concepts are presented in more challenging formats (to a first grader, anyway) later in the workbook. That requires the student to recall the earlier learning that was done in the workbook, in order to tackle the more challenging problems that are presented later on. So, for instance, time-telling lessons appear on pages 29, 86, 87, 88, and 116.
My son and I generally complete 2 pages in about 20 minutes. Sometimes we do 3 pages, sometimes only 1 page. We started using this workbook in late September, and we'll likely finish our workbook by February -- a complete first grade math education in about 4-5 months!
Although we use the workbook for 20 minutes a day, we often spend more time -- up to 30 minutes more a day -- taking a concept presented in the book and developing it more fully on our own.Read more ›
Not only will the lessons build confidence, all the parental notes and answers are included. You can easily tear those sections out of the back of the book. In the Answer Section with Parent's Notes, you will find all the answers to all the activities in the book. These pages will enable you to mark your children's work or they can be used by your children if they prefer to do their own marking.
The notes for each page will help to correct common errors and problems and will indicate the type of practice needed to ensure your children have an understanding of where and how they made mistakes.
This workbook will provide practice for all the major topics for Grade 1 with emphasis on addition and subtraction concepts. There is also a review of Kindergarten topics and a preview of Grade 2 topics.
Features a progress chart complete with stars so you can stick in a star when the corresponding lesson has been completed.
Numbers & Pictures
Counting Review 1-20
Counting by 10s and 2s
Halves and Quarters
Adding Animals - counting animals in pictures and then writing in the numbers
Fun ordering stories - what happens 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Time - writing time in each box.
Connect the numbers
Days & Seasons
Addition, subtraction, real-life problems, digital clocks, bar graphs, symmetry, matching fractions, shapes and places, odd and even, estimating length, equations, reading calendars, properties of polygons
3-dimensional shapes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good teaching and problems. All the answers in the back pages 😀Published 21 days ago by calledoutwithwords
The content on each page feels too crammed and busy. The colors and graphics are distracting. My daughter does better with minimal graphics and bigger font. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Heather S.
I got this book to prepare my son for the 4th grade. He is required to do two pages per day during the summer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mrs. Ingram
Not totally aligned with the common core curriculum, close, but not exactly!Published 6 months ago by Desdemona