There are three ways to choose the correct set of workbooks for five year old.

I. Testing

The easiest way to do so is to test the child and get a detailed report with recommended workbooks for the child.

Our tests cover all the topics that five-year-olds must master, and the detailed report shows how the child performs in each of these topics. If the child’s result is lower than 85%, the report includes a recommendation and a workbook to improve the child’s knowledge and math skills.

We recommend starting at the Beginner level, and if the child performs well, move to the next level.

The testing can be done at home, and the detailed report can be downloaded and/or printed.

II. Classical “step-by-step” learning

This method suits children who just started a new school year and are required to learn new concepts and follow the school curricula.

We recommend starting from the first workbook from the “Learn to count” set. In addition to each main workbook, we also recommend using our topic-organized worksheets.

The constant topic rotation keeps children’s attention during the lesson, minimizes the chances of forgetting some of the topics, and gives an opportunity to focus on the skills that require additional attention.

The list below contains recommendations on the main workbooks and additional worksheets.

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I. Testing

The easiest way to do so is to test the child and get a detailed report with recommended workbooks for the child.

Our tests cover all the topics that six-year-olds must master, and the detailed report shows how the child performs in each of these topics. If the child’s result is lower than 85%, the report includes a recommendation and a workbook to improve the child’s knowledge and math skills.

We recommend starting at the Beginner level, and if the child performs well, move to the next level.

The testing can be done at home, and the detailed report can be downloaded and/or printed.

II. Classical “step-by-step” learning

This method suits children who just started a new school year and are required to learn new concepts and follow the school curricula.

We recommend starting from the first workbook from the “Quick Counting” set. In addition to each main workbook, we also recommend using our topic-organized worksheets.

The constant topic rotation keeps children’s attention during the lesson, minimizes the chances of forgetting some of the topics, and gives an opportunity to focus on the skills that require additional attention.

The list below contains recommendations on the main workbooks and additional worksheets.

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7 y.o.

7 y.o.

There are three ways to choose the correct set of workbooks for seven years old.

I. Testing

The easiest way to do so is to test the child and get a detailed report with recommended workbooks for the child.

Our tests cover all the topics that six-year-olds must master, and the detailed report shows how the child performs in each of these topics. If the child’s result is lower than 85%, the report includes a recommendation and a workbook to improve the child’s knowledge and math skills.

We recommend starting at the Beginner level, and if the child performs well, move to the next level.

The testing can be done at home, and the detailed report can be downloaded and/or printed.

II. Classical “step-by-step” learning

This method suits children who just started a new school year and are required to learn new concepts and follow the school curricula.

We recommend starting from the first workbook from the “Entertaining Math” set. In addition to each main workbook, we also recommend using our topic-organized worksheets.

The constant topic rotation keeps children’s attention during the lesson, minimizes the chances of forgetting some of the topics, and gives an opportunity to focus on the skills that require additional attention.

The list below contains recommendations on the main workbooks and additional worksheets.

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III. Topic-related learning

If you know that the child requires additional practice in some topics, you can choose this way of learning.

Below you can find the list of the main concepts that seven-year-olds must master and recommended worksheets for each of the concepts.

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Our workbooks

Learning from our notebooks, children easily recognize and determine the types of coins, perform various operations with them (addition, subtraction), compare amounts of money represented by various combinations of coins.

Learn to count

Workbooks for 5+ years old “Learn to count”

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