Item description for Mastering Essential Math Skills: 20 Minutes a Day to Success; Book One, Grades 4-5 (Mastering Essential Math Skills) by Richard W. Fisher...
Overview Offers short, self-contained math lessons for grades four and five featuring review exercises, word problems, speed drills, and teacher tips.
Publishers Description Award-winning math teacher and author Richard W. Fisher shares his proven system of teaching that motivates students to learn and produces dramatic results. Using Fisher's method, students rapidly gain confidence and excitement that leads quickly to success. *Excellent for classroom and homeschoolers *Easy-to-follow and requires only 20 minutes per day. Short, concise, and self-contained lessons. *Covers all math curriculum topics. *Produces dramatic results. *Easy-to-use correction key and teacher's manual
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Studio: Math Essentials
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.98" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2006
Publisher MATH ESSENTIALS #458
Grade Level Grade School
Series Mastering Essential Math Skills
ISBN 0966621131 ISBN13 9780966621136
Availability 0 units.
More About Richard W. Fisher
Award-winning teacher and author, Richard W. Fisher, shares his dynamic teaching style with students. Winner of the Intel Innovations in Teaching Award, Fisher knows what it takes for students to master Algebra. The easy-to-follow text combined with the online tutorial videos, make No-Nonsense Algebra a can't miss approach to mastering algebra.
Richard W. Fisher currently resides in Los Gatos, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mastering Essential Math Skills: 20 Minutes a Day to Success, Book 1: Grades 4-5?
Teacher's Tool Sep 3, 2007
I use this workbook in my classroom for our daily math practice. The format provides a great way to maintain daily facts review and it ensures that you incorporate word problems regularly. Each page provides ten problems of work in one particular area, with a small reminder of the process involved. The pages are not too 'busy' or overwhelming in visual presentation. Each page also begins with a review of concepts taught previously, so that ongoing practice is incorporated. Of course, separate instruction, hands-on learning and other formats of work are essentail for rounding out the curriculum, but this is an easy format to follow for a year's focus of basic math curricula. This will be my second year using the book, and I have yet to try to 'new' edition. The older edition did have a few mistakes with problems given more than once on a page every now and then and the answer key sometimes provided wrong answers, but the students loved finding these errors! We have found as a class that the pages often take more than 20 minutes to complete. 30 minutes may be more accurate.