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Child's Play Math Video Tutorial Unit 20: Introducing Signs - Division

Child's Play Math Video Tutorial Unit 20: Introducing Signs - Division

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Introducing Signs – Division is the twentieth video in the Child’s Play Math 1 & 2 program. Children are introduced to the concept of division.

The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 & 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store.

The programme itself adopts an innovative and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges.

The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely utilsed. The program naturally embraces all the learning styles.

Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11  years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round.

Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master math concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them.

The first four videos are available for free.


 
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This title was added to our catalog on April 12, 2016.