Building Strong Arithmetic Thinking
Is your early math curriculum just not working? Is your young child not “getting” arithmetic? Can’t figure out exactly why nothing is quite clicking? Find the answers that can help you sort out what’s happening.
Is your early math curriculum just not working? Is your young child not “getting” arithmetic? Can’t figure out exactly why nothing is quite clicking?
Find the answers that can help you sort out what’s happening and what you should do about it as you read the WeE-book™ . . .
Building Strong Arithmetic Thinking By Dr. Ruth Beechick Dr. Ruth Beechick, a former teacher, professor, and a curriculum specialist, offers insight into what the young child sees when looking at his arithmetic pages. She will walk you through creative ways to make arithmetic clear and understandable. You will see how symbol memorization is no help to a child learning arithmetic. You will also learn how to know just how much your child is learning and the areas that need more help.
In this WeE-book™, you will learn more about:
- Concrete thinking—symbol memorization versus hands-on application.
- Activities for understanding—suggestions for everyday activities instead of workbook activities.
- Why home-style learning is best—providing your child with books and toys already in the home is the best way for the child to learn the subject.
- Tracking your child’s learning—suggestions for how to know where your child is developing and where he needs more help.
- Arithmetic checklist for preschool to grade 3—helpful guidelines presented in a handy, printable format to check while tracking your child’s learning.
- Using common sense to teach arithmetic—practical advice to help your child understand the subject so he will enjoy it.
Ensure a successful start in your child’s arithmetic learning!