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Ray's new primary arithmetic: For young learners (Ray's arithmetic series) (Ray's arithmetic series) Hardcover – June 3, 1985
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At least the printing is good quality, better than many reprinters I've had the annoyance of dealing with!
Next time I buy a Ray's Arithmetic, I'll buy a hardcover edition if I can.
It's a basic arithmetic book. By the time your kids is done the book, they will know how to count well, add, subtract, multiply and divide basic whole numbers.
Could also be used as the teacher reads to the students. Starts with 1 page on basic counting. Moves up. Read on traditional recitation of lesson (has only a few, for addition, subtraction, multiplication tables etc. Slim book, Around 95 pages. At this price even if it's softcover you could probably just buy a new one for each child. If your child is in 1st/ 2nd grade consider getting a more modern book or the next book in the series as many 1st graders nowadays are doing fractions and this book doesn't cover fractions, shapes, geometry, etc. Not sure it covers placements either (tens, hundreds, thousands).