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Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2

Discover a whole new dimension of math learning with Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2! Building upon the foundational concepts covered in Vol. 1, this resource takes young learners on an exciting journey through advanced addition and subtraction. With an emphasis on understanding place value, mastering making 10s, and learning to take from 10s, children will develop a solid grasp of multi-digit computation. Through colorful visuals, immersive stories, and hands-on activities, students will not only review numbers up to 10 but also tackle larger numbers with confidence. Say goodbye to tedious memorization and hello to an interactive, meaningful approach to math that makes learning an adventure!

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Traditional math instruction often caters to auditory/sequential processors, who excel in thinking in words and symbols and following step-by-step instructions. However, this approach may not suit visual/spatial and kinesthetic learners, who thrive when presented with color, patterns, and hands-on activities. As a result, these children often struggle to grasp math concepts and procedures effectively.

The Right-Brained Math Series recognizes the diverse processing styles of children and aims to meet the needs of visual spatial learners, kinesthetic/tactile learners, and other students with unique learning needs. By incorporating visuals, stories, and hands-on activities, Right-Brained Math provides a holistic approach to learning math that aligns with the strengths of these learners. Through engaging activities and multisensory experiences, students can develop a deep understanding of numbers and math procedures, allowing them to apply their knowledge confidently.

With Right-Brained Math, children have the opportunity to learn in a way that resonates with their learning strengths, enabling them to overcome challenges and succeed in mathematics. By embracing their natural abilities and providing resources designed for their needs, students can unlock their full potential and achieve academic success.

Right-Brained Math books are available in two formats:

  • Physical  – physical book measuring 8.5” x 11”, softcover 
  • Download  – printable PDF file of the book 

In Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2, children embark on a captivating journey through the world of math, where every concept is brought to life with vivid imagery, engaging narratives, and interactive activities. Building upon the foundational skills covered in Vol. 1, this resource takes young learners on a deeper exploration of addition and subtraction, extending their understanding beyond single-digit numbers.

Through colorful visuals and hands-on experiences, students review numbers up to 10, reinforcing their fluency and confidence in basic math facts. As they progress, they dive into the fascinating realm of place value, where they learn to understand the significance of each digit in a number. Concepts such as making 10s and taking from 10s are seamlessly integrated into the curriculum, allowing children to develop a solid grasp of number relationships and computation strategies.

With multi-digit addition and subtraction, students are challenged to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios, fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills. By incorporating storytelling and interactive games, Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2 makes learning math an enjoyable and rewarding experience for every child. Say goodbye to rote memorization and hello to meaningful learning adventures that inspire a lifelong love of math!

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  • Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol.2 includes 224 pages of lessons and activities covering concepts such as:
    Place Value, Making 10s, Taking from 10s, & Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction over 10

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My child is struggling with math facts. How can I help?

Math can often be an abstract subject, filled with symbols that may pose challenges for children who are visual and spatial processors. These learners thrive when they have access to an educational approach that conveys the meaning of mathematical symbols and procedures in ways that align with their unique learning style.

Right-brain dominant learners, in particular, have distinct needs when it comes to learning math. They excel when they can comprehend the underlying concepts and the meaning behind mathematical operations, rather than relying on rote procedures. For these learners, memorization is often less effective because the information tends not to stick in long-term memory. Kinesthetic children, who frequently possess a strong spatial and holistic perception of math, tend to see the bigger picture surrounding mathematical problems. They can often visualize or intuit solutions without needing to follow the minute, historical steps often taught in traditional math education.

To effectively engage right-brain dominant learners, it is crucial to encourage them to explore the captivating patterns that emerge within the realm of numbers. By presenting numbers in a broader context, these learners can remember how to solve problems and recall number facts more readily. The use of visual imagery, storytelling, and hands-on activities plays a central role in their learning style, despite these elements not being traditionally associated with math education. By incorporating these strategies, educators can help right-brain dominant learners make sense of and excel in the world of mathematics.