Basic Math in 15 Minutes a Day
LearningExpress, 2008 - Education - 228 pages
You don't have to be a genius to become a math master-you can do it in just 15 minutes a day! Packed with short and snappy lessons, Junior Skill Builders: Basic Math in 15 Minutes a Day makes learning basic math quick and easy. It's true: making sense of basic math doesn't have to take a long time . . . and it doesn't have to be difficult! In just one month, students can gain expertise and ease in a wide array of common (and even the not-so-common) middle-school math challenges. How? Each lesson gives one small part of a bigger math problem, so that every day a student builds upon what was learned the day before. Fun factoids, catchy memory hooks, and valuable shortcuts help make sure that what is learned stays for good. With Junior Skill Builders: Basic Math in 15 Minutes a Day, before you know it, a struggling student becomes a math pro-one step at a time. In just 15 minutes a day, students master: Integers and operations Factors and divisibility Rational numbers Solving equations Fractions, decimals, and percents Inequalities Ratios and rates Powers and exponents Scientific notations Square roots Lines and angles Perimeter and area Classifying triangles and quadrilaterals The Pythagorean Theorem Volume and surface area of solids Graphing Probability And much more! In addition to all the essential practice that kids need to ace classroom tests, pop quizzes, class participation, and standardized exams, Junior Skill Builders: Basic Math in 15 Minutes a Day provides parents with an easy and accessible way to help their children excel.
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