Problem Solving Beyond the Classroom

With extra word problems, finding patterns & making tables, your student learns to break down a problem into workable steps to get a solution. Each unit begins with a worked example, followed by steps to help the student understand the problem and then through directed questions the student must decide on an approach to solve it. Every page gives plenty of space to work in the book. The problems use relatable situations for a young student. The names chosen in the examples show cultural diversity. These would be a good supplement to any of the math programs using the Singapore method, but also other math teaching styles. In the lower grades, any parent should be able to pick up on the methodology, but in the upper grades it could be a little tricky if a parent is unfamiliar with some of the Singapore method vocabulary. A classroom teacher would need each student to have a book as these are not reproducible in any setting. All solutions in back. Marshall Cavendish,143 pp, sc. ~ Sara




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