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Math Made Easy: Kindergarten Workbook (Math Made Easy) Paperback – June 13, 2001
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Each page is well organized with colorful borders and black-and-white "coloring book type" pictures. The focus is on preparation for a more formal study of math.
This is a complete home-study program to encourage children to practice the essential math skills they are learning at school. The workbooks were compiled and tested by math experts and are designed to increase your child's success at school.
In the front of the book you will find a Progress Chart and a page of stars. Once your child has completed each page, you stick a star in the box that corresponds with the lesson. The workbook is designed to help your child explore the world of numbers in a fun and enjoyable way. There are connect the dots games, Can you remember? challenges and counting games.
Names of the numbers 1-10 and 11-20
Sequence, or order of the numbers.
Number values. Understanding the quantity that each number represents and that, for example, 5 is always 5. It may be 5 big buses in a row or 5 small
peas in a circle, but it is still 5!
That when counting, the last number names the set. Many children count the quantity accurately 1, 2, 3, 4, but in response to "how many?" they often say
the wrong number.
How to recognize written numbers.
How to write numbers.
How to recognize a number when it is written in words, and how to write it.
The concepts of more than and less than, initially by looking and then by counting.
Adding numbers together, language involved in the addition process, symbols for addition and subtraction.Read more ›
1. I don't think that handwriting belongs in a Math curriculum, and don't think a Kindergartener needs to learn how to correctly spell a number or color. Even if this were something I would like, the way the book has the letters written is the style with little curls at the bottom of all the letters instead of straight lines, which I don't think a 4-5 year old should practice yet (just my opinion, I know there are those out there that think differently).
2. The pages are almost a glossy texture and it makes it impossible to erase. It also makes it hard to color with crayons. Markers work fine, but they are slow to dry on this type of paper and smear if touched too soon. This has really frustrated my son.
That being said, the topics covered are appropriate for a 4-5 year old, and go at a pace that is good.
My only complaint (and this goes for all the books in this series) is that the pages are extremely slick and thick, making erasing VERY frustrating for a child. If your child obsesses about neatness, this could be a real problem. It's like trying to write on/erase magazine pages.
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I would give 5 but I despise this type of paper. Hard to erasePublished 5 months ago by A little bit of hippy
IN FAIRNESS I HAVE NOT USED IT YET BUT... FLIPPING THROUGH THE PAGES IT SEEMS VERY SIMPLE AND EASYPublished 8 months ago by momma len