Item description for Mastering Essential Math Skills: 20 Minutes a Day to Success (for grades 6-8) by Richard W. Fisher...
Are your students algebra ready? *Requires Only 20 Minutes Per Day *Excellent for Home Schooling *Excellent For English Language Learners *Contains An Illustrated Step-By-Step "How To Use This Book" Section *Organized By Chapters With Pre-Tests and Post-Tests *Provides Necessary Structure and Guidance For Parents And Teachers Who Have A "Math Phobia" *Each Lesson Is Short, Concise, And Self-Contained *Aligned With NCTM Standards *Prepares Students For All Areas Of Math Curriculum *Consistent Review Built Into Each Lesson *Simple To Use And Correct *A "Helpful Hints" Section Provides Necessary Guidance For Each Lesson *Lessons Are Fun And Exciting *Daily Speed Drills Ensure Mastery And Maintenance Of Math Facts *Daily Word Problems *Parents, Teachers, And Students Love Them
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Studio: Math Essentials
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.8" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Sep 8, 1998
Publisher Homeschool Bargain Books
Grade Level Middle School
ISBN 0966621107 ISBN13 9780966621105
Availability 0 units.
More About Richard W. Fisher
America's Math Teacher, Richard W. Fisher, devoted over 30 years of his life to teache math. In this book he shares his award-winning methods. Many of Mr. Fisher's students advanced several grade levels in their math skill level in only one school year.
Richard W. Fisher currently resides in Los Gatos Grand Forks, in the state of California. Richard W. Fisher was born in 1947.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mastering Essential Math Skills: 20 Minutes a Day to Success (for grades 6-8)?
Good math book, but has typo's. Jul 18, 2007
This book is helping me getting freshed up in math but it contains a few typo's. For example, on page 7 it says there are two #5 problems. There should be obviously one problem #5 and the other is problem #6. Nevertheless, it is a good math book. I just wished it gave more examples on how to actually DO some of the work.
Not as advertised Feb 18, 2007
I loved the grade 6-8 edition of this book for reviewing math with my daughter. It is an excellent step by step approach to middle school math. This edition is the same book with very little added. It is not "high school" math. I wouldn't call it "Book Two". I was expecting something very different based on the title. Highly recommended for 6-7 grade math practice and review.
From the mind of a child Oct 18, 2006
This is an amazing book. i didn't need to use the book for homeschooling or anything but it helped me with my confidence going into sixth grade.
Author of The Truth aboutt Cafffeine
Good book Jun 7, 2006
I used this book in my home school this year and all three of my kids tested many grade levels above average. Great book.
A Very Enthusiastic Review Jan 20, 2006
Over the years, I have purchased countless "learning guides" for my two daughters. We always started with the best intentions but quickly became bored and found an excuse to try something else.
Mastering Essential Math skills (6-8) is different! We are trying to figure out what to do when we complete this book. (Only about 20 more pages). I wish there was a sequel!
I am not aware of any other books that do a quick review of basic skills, a good review of newly learned materials, followed by a new lesson on almost every page. There is an overall review for the section as well as the book. It's fast paced learning with review, review, review.
I have recommended this book to my friends and would recommend it to you as well.