Item description for My Book of Simple Multiplication (Kumon Workbooks) by Kumon Publishing...
Overview Intended for students who can add and subtract numbers up to 50, this book provides an introduction to multiplication by first practicing addition of the numbers (1+1+1) and then transitioning into multiplication. Multiplication facts for 1-5 are covered.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.64" Width: 8.38" Height: 0.26" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jul 15, 2007
Publisher Kumon Publishing
Grade Level Grade School
Series Kumon Math Skills
ISBN 1933241411 ISBN13 9781933241418
Availability 0 units.
More About Kumon Publishing
Originally starting as the Publishing Department within the Kumon Institute of Education in 1980, Kumon Publishing was inaugurated as an independent company in 1988. Its role is to support the growth of children through the development and sales of its publications (educational workbooks, flashcards, picture books, and children's books, etc.) and educational toys. In 2004, the company began developing and marketing workbooks for preschoolers in the North American market, which marked the start of its full-scale international expansion.
Reviews - What do customers think about My Book of Simple Multiplication (Kumon Workbooks)?
children need good examples to really get it Apr 12, 2008
This book is based on the Kumon Method that introduces math concepts in an incremental, step-by-step approach, allowing children to grasp new skills little by little with less challenge or frustration.
The practice helped my child develop an understanding of multiplication up to 5x10. It introduces the concept of multiplication by first reviewing numbers and addition, and then gradually shifting towards multiplication timetables.
I would like it better if some real-life examples of multiplication are included, so children know why they learn multiplication and how the knowledge is used. Otherwise, I don't know whether they really get it or not. The instructions and worksheets only deal with pure numbers. To make up this, I let my child use Beestar weekly math online. It has interesting word problems that build the insight. My child understands multiplications better when using both programs together. Overall, this is a fair book for very young children to start multiplying.
Great book to help memorize the facts Oct 18, 2007
This book is excellent homework companion. It is not very good at explaining the multiplication concept, but it has enough exercises that kids will memorize the facts also connect the dots pages add some fun.