Logic-Math Exercises for Elementary-Age Children: Dyslexia Version

By Bonnie Risby, Robert K. Risby II

$13.00

The exercises in this book are designed to develop critical-thinking skills in children through a variety of math concepts. The exercises encompass various formats and topics at different levels of challenge. Children who practice thinking logically and critically through exercises like these will soon be applying their critical-thinking skills to other areas of learning and life.

Description

The exercises in this book are designed to develop critical-thinking skills in children through a variety of math concepts. These concepts include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, graphs, geometry, volume, money, time, and more, all as a means of mastering critical-thinking skills rather than as computational challenges.

The exercises encompass a variety of formats and topics, many of which include pictorial elements for those children who are visual learners. Some of the lessons require basic computation, others require little more than an attention to organization and the process of elimination, and still others offer a level of challenge that will require children to conduct basic research to discover the answers. Children who practice thinking logically and critically through exercises like these will soon be applying their critical-thinking skills to other areas of learning and life.

This book is printed with a special dyslexia-friendly font that is easier for some children to read. The book also comes printed in a more standard font. (See below.)

Details

Series
Logic-Math Exercises for Children Series
Ages
8, 9, 10
Grades
3, 4
Subjects
Mathematics, Problem-Solving
Formats
Dyslexia-Friendly
Pages
130
ISBN
978-0-88092-761-1
Order Code
7611