Childs Play Maths P. Rowlands

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Childs Play Maths  by  P. Rowlands

Childs Play Maths by P. Rowlands
| Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 73 pages | ISBN: | 10.44 Mb

The book comes with a download link to our unique math manipulatives app.We are genetically encoded to learn and children are natural learners. For them the process of learning is a journey of exploration and discovery. Learning should be fun.TodayMoreThe book comes with a download link to our unique math manipulatives app.We are genetically encoded to learn and children are natural learners. For them the process of learning is a journey of exploration and discovery. Learning should be fun.Today we know more about how children learn than ever before.

Then why is it that so many adults have a negative attitude towards maths?This book reveals how through the natural process of play, games and open ended activities that allow for personal exploration and discovery, young children can gain an understanding of maths concepts generally considered too advanced for them.The program uses the most precise arithmetical model ever devised – Cuisenaire Rods.The rods embrace all the learning styles and provide links to language and art.But this program is not just about maths – it is about learning, specifically learning how to learn.

Through interaction with the program children will acquire generic learning skills that will stand them in good stead whatever they are engaged in.Units covered in Book One:UNIT 1 About Cuisenaire RodsUNIT 2 Cuisenaire Rods & the SchoolCurriculumUNIT 3 Incidental LearningUNIT 4 VocabularyUNIT 5 Important Words and PhrasesUNIT 6 Developing Memory RecallUNIT 7 Mental Imaging GamesUNIT 8 Cardinal Number.UNIT 9 StaircasesUNIT 10 Staircases and Mental Agility.UNIT 11 Extended StaircasesUNIT 12 Staircases and MultiplicationUNIT 13 Language Development.UNIT 14 Introducing Signs +UNIT 15 SignsUNIT 16 Signs =UNIT 17 Brackets.UNIT 18 Signs -UNIT 19 Signs xUNIT 20 Signs ÷UNIT 21 Signs: Fractions as OperatorsUNIT 22 Reviewing Where We’ve BeenUNIT 23 The Importance of QuestionsUNIT 24 Partitions of LengthUNIT 25 Families of Equivalent Factors andProductsUNIT 26 Families of Equivalent SubtractionUNIT 27 Families of Equivalent FractionsUNIT 28 The First Phase: An Overview



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