Mathematical Reasoning through Verbal Analysis

These highly effective books take students far beyond drill-and-practice by using step-by-step, discussion-based problem solving exercises that bridge the gap between computation and mathematical reasoning to achieve better grades and top test scores. Mathematical Reasoning™ helps your child devise strategies to solve a wide variety of math problems. These books emphasize problem solving and computation to build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Activities and units spiral slowly, allowing students to become comfortable with concepts but also challenging them to continue building their math skills. The worksheets are reproducible for multiple students or extra practice. All books are written to the standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
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"Traditional math curriculums teach basic math skills, which of course are necessary, but the child often misses the underlying meaning of the skill. These books fill that gap by teaching the basic concepts behind the skills.…The activities are fun and not too time-consuming, so students enjoy them while they are learning. The Guides give answers and extensive discussions for the activities.…[T]hey will be a great help. -Peggy, Bedford, GA

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"Lessons are challenging, combining visual spatial skills, logic, math, and verbal skills. An underlying goal is preparation for the thinking skills necessary for abstract high school-level math." -Cathy Duffy, Christian Home Educators' Curriculum Manual

"We use this book…several times a week. [My] children love to figure out the problems. Many of the problems are similar to those found on standardized and I.Q. tests." -Ellen, Crossville, TN

"My 14 year old daughter has extreme learning challenges. A year and a half ago she took an I.Q. test. The results came back that she was "uneducable." I didn't accept that evaluation. I've now taken her through the Building Thinking Skills and Mathematical Reasoning books all the way up through Level 2. In the last year her I.Q. went up 32 points, and now she's working at a low sixth grade level. Of all the products I've used with her over the years, I saw the most progress using your Critical Thinking materials." -Maxine, Winkler, Manitoba

"Your Mathematical Reasoning is amazing. I finally found something that works for my daughter. She's very advanced for a second grader and tells me that most of the math books we'd tried so far are too boring or too obvious. Now she actually wants to do math. What a relief." -Lili, Sherman Oaks, CA

"[Mathematical Reasoning includes] counting and sequencing, geometry, arithmetic, measurement, comparing and ordering numbers, and tables and graphs. In turn, these topics are broken down into subtopics, such as Estimating Lengths or Sums Using Coins. You can thus open the table of contents and zip to a series of problems using a particular skill. What it all boils down to is a big book of 282 pages that you can use to practice virtually every elementary math skill. Even topics like symmetry, of which you see very little in typical math texts, are covered." -Mary Pride, The Big Book of Home Learning

"What it all boils down to is a big book of 282 pages that you can use to practice virtually every elementary math skill. Even topics like symmetry, of which you see very little in typical math texts, are covered." -Mary Pride, The Big Book of Home Learning

"My son has never liked math. When he started Mathematical Reasoning it was with the usual groaning--'Do I haveta do this!' A few weeks later, as he was beginning to get the hang of it, he started saying things like, 'This is O.K. I think I like this.' Next came, 'Hey, this is fun!' But then came the words I never thought I'd hear, 'Maybe this math stuff is not all bad.' What a great program!" -Maria, West Covina, CA

"Practical and simple to apply. Teaches your child skills that will be a tremendous help when they are learning algebra." -Merrilee Defoe, Reviewer
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