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Making Math Meaningful Level 4 is comprised of a parent-teacher book and a consumable student workbook. Lessons help students understand not only the mechanics of "doing math" but the why behind the formulas. Using manipulatives, concrete and abstract reasoning, and mathematical thinking, Quine moves your students beyond simply learning facts and memorizing formulas as they explore algebraic principles, equations, variables, polynomials, the Pythagorean theorem, and more. Ages 12 and up. Includes answer key.

Books for all grades in the Making Math Meaningful series, including the student and teacher workbooks for the middle school years, have a direct and logical approach toward the teaching of mathematics. Concise and clear guide for Waldorf math instruction with ideas that may also be applied in non waldorf settings. We homeschool and this is my main "teacher" math book for grades 1-5. This book is not very thick but contains enough info to teach from this book alone.

Destination, rates & speeds. 4. Making Math Meaningful Level 2 Student Book. Published by Cornerstone Curriculum (1998)

Destination, rates & speeds. Published by Cornerstone Curriculum (1998). ISBN 10: 0012066877 ISBN 13: 9780012066874.

The chief value of arithmetic, like that of higher mathematics, lies in the training it affords to the reasoning powers  . Detailed, easily understood instruction is given for the parent/teacher in the parent guide for levels K through 4. The guide directs parents in what to say and do, so the program must be presented one-on-one for those levels.

Making Math Meaningful. We would like to compile a list of precise topics/sub topics/ conceptsin secondary level that students find difficult to understand and/or teachers find difficult to explain. Relating classroom Mathematics with the real world problems through hands on activities. We will be forming group of those math teachers who have some material on this theme. If you would like to be part of this group, please send a message to Master Trainer Mr. Kailas Chavan 9029197211.

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