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How to Teach Young Children to Count: A Right-Brained Approach

We believe that if a child is attracted to learning, learning will happen! If the task is boring and uninteresting, results will be mixed. So what attracts the brain to learn? Patterns, color, hooks for learning, story, and all those right-brained teaching elements which are so underutilized in traditional classrooms!

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Five Right-Brained Tools For Teaching Multiplication & Division

Thank you for your interest in Right-Brained Multiplication & Division! This book is exciting because it teaches using 5 powerful tools. The 5 Tools Visuals Personification Pattern Discovery Story Body Movement VISUALS are captured instantly. They are used everywhere to show what we are explaining. In the visuals of math facts, the numbers are included in the visuals. Visuals show students what the problem means and give them a mental image of the problem.   We use PERSONIFICATION & STORIES to teach rules. For example, the book begins with Zeroman. With a POOSH of his wand, everything he multiplies or divides turns to a zero. It is a simple as that.   Most children love finding PATTERNS in math –...

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