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by Judy Liautaud,Val Chadwick Bagley

Free eBook Addition the Fun Way!: A Picture Method of Learning the Addition Facts download ISBN: 1883841348
Author: Judy Liautaud,Val Chadwick Bagley
Publisher: City Creek Press; Hardcover edition (January 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 92
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Education and Reference
Size MP3: 1958 mb
Size FLAC: 1348 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: txt lrf lit lrf


The Addition the Fun Way Book for Kids uses cartoons and stories to help kids memorize the basic addition . Book shows medium/moderate amount of wear. Dust jacket is included (when applicable), and may show signs of use along the edges.

The Addition the Fun Way Book for Kids uses cartoons and stories to help kids memorize the basic addition facts. Each of the numbers become a character. Clean pages and cover (may have very limited markings). May have some wear to the spine and cover.

Students will practice applying the basic math facts including addition. Each of the numbers become a character, ie. the five drives, the four is a door, etc. Children learn to associate the story with the number characters which lead to the answer. Judy Liautaud is the author of several children's educational books including Times Tables the Fun Way. She owns and operates City Creek Press which started in 1992 after teaching students at the Learning Center and realizing many learned the math facts in a way that is more effective when pictures and stories were used to teach them.

A Picture Method of Learning the Addition Facts. NOTE TO PARENTS AND TEACHERS: The Addition the Fun Way program is based upon the principles used in the Times Tables the Fun Way system. Printed in Hong Kong. Students are able to memorize the facts more effectively with the aid of visualization and mnemonics to provide concrete clues for memory retrieval. Many parents and teachers have requested an addition program similar to Times Tables the Fun Way.

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Addition the Fun Way Student Workbook b. Judy Liautaud (Goodreads Author), Val Chadwick Bagley (Illustrator). Times Tables the Fun Way Book for Kids: A Picture and Story Method of Learning Multiplication by Judy Liautaud (Goodreads Author).

Addition the Fun Way Student Workbook by. Judy Liautaud (Goodreads Author).

Memorization of the multiplication facts is fun and easy with this colorful and clever book of cartoons and stories. Includes a pretest and posttest, lesson plan outline, fun activity sheets, and draw your own picture quizzes.

Times Tables the Fun Way Book for Kids: A Picture and Story Method of Learning Multiplication. Times Tables the Fun Way teaches students to learn times tables with clever and colorful stories. It teaches all the 0's -9's times tables and has sold over 100,000 copies. Originally published in 1992, Times Tables the Fun Way has been a popular choice for schools and parents.

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Judy Liautaud, Dave Rodriguez. 3. Illustrated by. Val Chadwick Bagley. Both of my kids found this a very interesting book. They like the easy to understand definitions and all of the colorful illustrations. Вам также могут понравиться. Текущий слайд {CURRENT SLIDE} из {TOTAL SLIDES}- Вам также могут понравиться. Learning to Read Picture Books Adult Fiction Books. Judy Bolton Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Textbook Adult Learning & University Books. Adult Learning & University Books.

The Addition the Fun Way Book for Kids uses cartoons and stories to help kids memorize the basic addition facts. Each of the numbers become a character, ie. the five drives, the four is a door, etc. Children learn to associate the story with the number characters which lead to the answer. Memorization is fun and easy and has been proven effective, especially for children with learning differences and who have difficulty retaining the answers to the math facts. The book follows the same format as the widely popular Times Tables The Fun Way Book for Kids, published since 1992 by City Creek Press. To see more products, like subtraction cards visit City Creek Dot Com.
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WUNDERKIND
I'm torn -- this introduces addition facts via story, which makes it easier for kids to memorize. My son loves it, though I'm not sure it helps him remember things. The main issue I see -- for the type of learner he is -- is that most of the stories have no purpose...which doesn't make them any easier for him to remember. I fully understand that this may work for other kids, but this didn't quite work for the type of learner he is (except for the couple stories that do seem to have logical purpose => he remembered those and loved those).
Ndyardin
My daughter just turned 6 and we've had this for a couple of months now. We started with 0 then 1 then 2 like the book says. She could do them relatively easily. But the best part was that after doing this much, she was begging for more. She would tell me, "ask me another one," and I would ask her something like, "what's 8+2?" or what's 2+32?" and because she could count well past 100, she could do all of them. She loved making a face like, "duh, mom" when I would give her something easy like "1 million +1." We did the 3s and kept practicing the 0, 1, and 2s, and she was so excited about the book that she took it for show and tell at school. The writing is in a really large font and she could read the stories herself, and did while I was driving. I have to admit, I misplaced the book for about 3 weeks, so we didn't do any more until I found it, and did the 4s and the 5s and she was still excited about the stories. But best of all,she had retained all the facts from before. Now, my child has attention problems, but she is a very creative thinker, so this is right up her alley and it holds her attention very well. I will be purchasing the workbook for her to practice. Her confidence in math has really improved. Oh, and I am an elementary school teacher in a public school (not math this year), but I have recommended it to teachers in my school, and I will definitely use it when I teach math again (especially kindergarten through grade 2). Not for everyone, if it helps just one...
Oparae
My daughter was really struggling with learning math facts (1st grade) but after only having this book for about a week now she has really started remembering the facts!...wow I wish I knew about this book sooner! My son had already been using Times Tables the Fun Way but I didn't know about this one! Great for visual learners!
Vaua
I absolutely love this book! It's exactly what I was looking for since my son was struggling to learn addition facts. He is picture smart and these pictures make the numbers come to life, thus making it so much easier to memorize!
Malodred
Got this for my 7 year old who isn't moving along in her math facts as quickly as we hoped. I thought this might be a good way to help her see it in a different way. It seems like a lot of work reading and learning the stories to get a math fact. It didn't hold her attention and when I read it I was overwhelmed with learning all the story lines and number connections. Based on other reviews it much work for some.
Domarivip
My daughter has ADHD and we have tried every curriculum on the market and this is the only one that has allowed her to easily memorize her addition facts.
Fani
Fine, but some of the stories are unnecessarily confusing; others are quite useful.
I am the mother of a child with autism and I bought this book to help him memorize his facts. We had some success with this book. My son is very good at remembering stories, but he really was not as interested in this book as I was hoping. This is not the book's fault obviously, my son has a short attention span and it takes a while for us to get through things like this. I thought that the content was fun to look at and I appreciated how it tried to help parents with their children's math struggles. We may try again soon and see if we have more success in the future.