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Improve your child's math abilities in just ten minutes a day- - -you can even time it! Fun and interactive, kids will familiarize themselves with timed tests as they complete the exercises and see how long it takes them to finish the page. Colorful pages feature a two-page spread of related questions; a "time filler" question is included at the top of the page for students if they have more time.
This fourth grade math book covers decimals. Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimal numbers.
The timer is built into the book, and contains non-replaceable batteries; it counts to ten minutes, and beeps when it hits 10:00. The timer can be woken up, reset, started, stopped, and paused. Answer key included with answers overlaid on reduced-size student pages. 80 non-reproducible pages, softcover. Grade 4.
Number of Pages: 80
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)|
Series: Math Made Easy
Encourage your child's learning with the effective "little and often" learning strategy outlined in 10 Minutes a Day: Decimals. Proven effective, this leveled, curriculum-supporting method is great for children who resist long periods of study, or for children who need focused attention in decimals. 10 Minutes a Day: Decimals is different than other study books because it includes an embedded LCD timer that encourages children to beat the clock, adding an extra element of challenge to focused study time.
The 10 Minutes a Day: Decimals workbook is broken into study challenges and exercises designed to take up to 10 minutes to complete. Children work through a series of quick-answer decimal questions, then move onto extension activities and timed exercises if they have time left after the first round of study questions. The timer acts as a stopwatch for skills challenges, and many kids are surprised to find that beating the timer can actually be fun.
10 Minutes a Day: Decimals helps children learn by supplementing school curriculum and strengthening the important skill of learning decimals. Parents will love that 10 Minutes a Day: Decimals helps them fit short bursts of study into already busy days, and that 10 Minutes a Day: Decimals includes an answer key for parents, as well as notes on common pitfalls and how to teach children to overcome them.