Math workbook for preschoolers (5 years old). Learn to count. Part 2. Addition, subtraction, comparing numbers up to 20, word problems, skip-counting, logic problems (Gifted and talented program). Mental math with an abacus

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This workbook contains exercises that develop your child’s ability to add, subtract, compare, and order numbers up to 20 using a number line, understand the meaning of addition and subtraction, and train the ability to use it in everyday life. Kids learn the ways to make a number, solve simple problems using pictures, understand the relationship between the numbers, learn to compare numbers and increase / decrease a given number by one or two. Although children learn to skip-count by 2s, 5s, 10s, find the same and different object, solve word problems. In addition, workbook has a lot of exercises which help to improve memory and logic abilities of children.

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A feature of our workbooks is the symbiosis of mental arithmetic and classical mathematics.
Mental arithmetic is a UNIQUE method of teaching children that trains the speed of perception and processing of information and allows them to harmoniously develop both hemispheres of the brain at the same time by mentally visualizing the calculations on the abacus. A developed brain is a basis for successful future activities.

With the workbook “Learn to count. Part 2” you can effectively and efficiently teach your 5-year-olds children to add, subtract, compare, and order numbers.

From the first lessons, the exercises train the ability to quickly state the previous and the next numbers to a given one, the ability to count from anywhere in a direct and in reverse order, determine the place of a given number in a number series.

The workbook contains exercises that help your child not only master actions such as addition and subtraction but also count within ten, increase/decrease the number of objects by one, two, three, and four using the number line, solve one-step problems, make their own problems, consolidate the concepts of greater-less-equal. Children repeat how numbers are written and dialed on the abacus; learn to count on an abacus in three or more steps.

Kids learn the ways to make a number, solve one-step word problems, skip-count by 2s, 5s, 10s, find the same and different objects.

The material consists of 10 lessons plus additional exercises for homework to repeat.

The workbook contains a lot of funny pictures and interesting tasks that create positive motivation for learning and actively develop the logic, memory, attention, and intelligence of children.

5 reviews for Math workbook for preschoolers (5 years old). Learn to count. Part 2. Addition, subtraction, comparing numbers up to 20, word problems, skip-counting, logic problems (Gifted and talented program). Mental math with an abacus

  1. Elena K.

    My son goes go to preparatory classes for school, we study according to these workbooks. Everyone is happy. Recommended.

  2. Leah T.

    The tutorial is amazing. My child loves it. Thanks to the authors.

  3. Sofia M.

    I am deeply grateful to the authors for their excellent textbooks that bring up smart and thinking children.

  4. Ella L.

    A wonderful series of math books, we have been studying using it for 2 years now. Interesting, strong, unusual. We are very satisfied.

  5. Mia A.

    One of the best ways to master math: detailed explanations; tasks that help to consider topics from all sides; approaches that make it possible to understand the relationship of different concepts. Subsequently, this will help to navigate freely through any mathematical topics and deviate from the template formulations of tasks.
    I am an experienced teacher and highly recommend these books.

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