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Addition Grade 1 Workbook

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Item #: 027926
ISBN: 9781933241494
Grade: 1

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Publisher:Kumon Publishers
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9781933241494

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Do I love Kumon workbooks? Yes Are they for you? Only you can decide All the math books are 1 subject only Therefore if your child enjoys repetition then they will like these a lot If your child is easily bored and likes to have things changed up these books might not be a good fit For instance in the 1st grade addition book there are 28 pages in the beginning just for writing numbers followed by 12 pages of adding by 1 My 1st grader loves math but was not interested in filling out all those pages because she already understood the concepts quite well So we skipped most of them For a child who needs practice or enjoys filling out a page of things he or she knows really well those pages will be great I think these books have the potential to be both useful and enjoyable as long as mom doesn't feel the need to have the child do EVERY page Otherwise a child might end up having to do a LOT of unnecessary repetition If you are a fan of the Kumon preschool workbooks do be aware that the grade-level math books contain FAR fewer graphics and are MUCH less visually motivating/ engaging That is not an issue for us but it was surprising to me My children enjoy having several manipulatives available to keep the work interesting and we do use other math books as well but I am pleased with my purchase of these books The price is very reasonable for the high-quality paper they are printed on
August 30, 2013
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I have a special learner who things needed an extra dynamic in connecting math concepts. We had tried several math curriculums including Right Start Math, Math Mammoth and Teaching Textbooks. It just didn't make sense to her. This product is wonderful to use with Life of Fred books. The books go through a concept and builds on the topic instead of a spiral format. Absolutely love these books! "
User on Mar 31, 2016
I have a special learner who things needed an extra dynamic in connecting math concepts. We had tried several math curriculums including Right Start Math, Math Mammoth and Teaching Textbooks. It just didn't make sense to her. This product is wonderful to use with Life of Fred books. The books go through a concept and builds on the topic instead of a spiral format. Absolutely love these books! "
User on Mar 31, 2016
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    Category Description for Kumon Math Workbooks

  • Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
  • Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addition, for example, before moving to subtraction
  • Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
  • The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a "few" pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite. For Kumon math earlier than Grade 1, see the Kumon section in Early Learning.

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