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Number of Pages: 240
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Speed Math for Kids is your guide to becoming a math genius--even if you have struggled with math in the past. Believe it or not, you have the ability to perform lightning quick calculations that will astonish your friends, family, and teachers. You'll be able to master your multiplication tables in minutes, and learn basic number facts while doing it. While the other kids in class are still writing down the problems, you can be calling out the answers.
Speed Math for Kids is all about playing with mathematics. This fun-filled book will teach you:
- How to multiply and divide large numbers in your head
- What you can do to make addition and subtraction easy
- Tricks for understanding fractions and decimals
- How to quickly check answers every time you make a calculation
- And much more
If you're looking for a foolproof way to do multiplication, division, factoring estimating, and more, Speed Math for Kids is the book for you. With enough practice you'll go straight to the top of the class!
Diane5 Stars Out Of 5It works!November 3, 2011DianeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have 4 boys - my 4th does not like math (he's a young 11). Watching his brothers breeze through math was giving him the attitude that he 'just isn't good at math'.
The first day he multiplied 93x95 with a smile on his face!
I had been struggling for over a year to get him comfortable with numbers - trying to walk the line of you have to do this/don't push so hard he shuts down.
So far this book is better than I expected. My math struggler does not well up with tears when we pull out his math book:-)
I can't wait to get to fractions.
(side-note: a basic understanding of multiplication/division is needed.)
Devon Hughes2 Stars Out Of 5July 29, 2009Devon HughesToo complicated and not for my student entering 2nd grade. Maybe when she gets older.