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  ProdID: 432 - Mighty Maths - Beginner MathematicianWritten byKim Freeman Product Score: 9.5 
Mighty Maths - Beginner Mathematician

Price : $19.80 set of 4
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BEGINNER MATHEMATICIAN, Recommended Age 4-6 years.

Are you looking to give your child a powerful head start at school?

Introduce your child to mathematics with Mighty Maths. This is a structured, easy-to-follow series of fun activities designed to stimulate and challenge the beginner mathematician.

Four 32 page books are available to help children learn how to count and write the numbers up to 20 as well as complete simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. By learning these basic concepts and what they mean, students have a head start when it comes to learning maths at school. The books in this series are all a distinctive red colour.

Choose Mighty Maths and observe a marked improvement in your child's mathematical ability. Success and confidence in mathematics will lead to an increase in motivation and an enjoyment of learning.

Reinforce the work that your child is covering at school with Mighty Maths. Effective study habits begin at home, complement school work and have an enormous impact on future academic achievement.
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Tucker   Review #522 - Dated: 18th of November, 2004
  Author: Tucker

My 4 year old son has one of those temperaments where, if given a choice, he'd prefer to play on the computer with a painting program rather than do stuff in books. He's very visually-cued.

So when he took an interest in these books I was, to be quite blunt, totally stunned! He doesn't 'do' books... as we found out after spending a small lump of savings on the Reading Master set. And despite his love of pointing out numbers as we travel around town, he really isn't in to maths.

After about 20 minutes of outright bribery to get him to sit still and try these books, he was quite hooked. He enjoyed the attention and praise when he did well, and the positive reinforcement went a long way towards getting him to have another go the next day as well.

Overall, after only a couple of days, I have noticed an improvement already. I can hold up some fingers on each hand, and he will tell me their sum within seconds... a drastic improvement over his past attempts. As he progresses further through the books, his skills are growing daily. Excellent to see. By the time he starts school, I anticipate a surprise for his teachers. :)

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