Mighty Math for 4-6 Year Olds: Introducing Arithmetic by Kim Freeman

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Advancing Mathematician for (6 - 8 year olds), look for the BLUE books. Maturing Mathematician for (7 - 9 year olds), look for the GREEN books. MAHOBE Are you looking to give your child a powerful head start at school? Introduce your child to mathematics with Mighty Math. This is a structured, easy-to-follow series of fun activities designed to stimulate and challenge the beginner mathematician. Choose Mighty Math and observe a marked improvement in your child’s mathematical ability. Success and confidence in math will lead to an increase in motivation and an enjoyment of learning.

Cross out 3 spirals. How many spirals do you have now? Cross out 5 splotches. How many splotches do you have now? Cross out 10 stars. How many stars do you have now? 30 Mighty Math © Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd Match the numbers and the shapes. • • • • X • • • • Mighty Math © Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd • XX • 31 Match the numbers and the shapes. 32 • • • • • • • • • • X XX X X Mighty Math © Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd MightY Math BEGINNER MATHEMATICIAN for 4 - 6 year olds Book 1: Introducing Numbers Book 1 emphasizes the counting sequence 1 to 20.

32 • • • • • • • • • • X XX X X Mighty Math © Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd MightY Math BEGINNER MATHEMATICIAN for 4 - 6 year olds Book 1: Introducing Numbers Book 1 emphasizes the counting sequence 1 to 20. After completing this book children will be able to recognize and write all of these numbers and use them for counting. Book 2: Introducing Arithmetic Book 2 introduces the basic mathematical operations of addition, subtraction and multiplication. After completing this book, students will recognize the signs (+, - and ×) carry out these operations and understand what they mean.

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