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Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol 2. Subtracting 1s Cards

Discover the magic of math with Subtracting 1s Cards, a dynamic companion to Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2! These vibrant cards offer a colorful and engaging way for children to strengthen their math skills while reinforcing the concepts taught in the curriculum. Designed for self-checking, Subtracting 1s Cards provide an interactive and effective method for mastering subtraction facts. Featuring two thrilling games, "1s Place Subtraction" and "5-Frame Dot Cards," children embark on an exciting journey of hands-on learning. Unlock the potential of visual learning and transform math practice into an adventure with Subtracting 1s Cards!

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Introducing our Right-Brained Math Games, the perfect complement to our acclaimed Right-Brained Math Series books. These games offer invaluable hands-on practice, catering to the unique needs of visual-spatial or kinesthetic/tactile learners in mastering math facts.

With our Right-Brained Math Games, your child will benefit from:

  • Hands-on learning experience: Each game provides tactile engagement, enhancing comprehension and retention.
  • Visual aids for numbers: Colorful visuals for each number aid in memorization and recall.
  • Color coding for memorization: The color-coded design facilitates easier memorization of math facts.
  • Visuals for computation: Clear visuals aid in understanding and performing mathematical computations.
  • Self-assessment tool: Each game includes resources for self-checking progress, promoting independent learning.
  • Durable, laminated cards: Sturdy construction ensures longevity, withstanding regular use and handling.
  • Enjoyable game-based learning: Engage in fun-filled learning experiences while reinforcing math skills.

Our Right-Brained Math Games are meticulously designed to complement the Right-Brained Math Books, providing a comprehensive and enjoyable approach to mastering math concepts.

Right-Brained Math Games are available in two formats:

  • Physical  – physical laminated cards measuring 4.25” x 2.75” 
  • Download  – printable PDF file of the cards measuring 5.5" x 4.25"

Black and white printable versions are included in the math books.

Introducing Subtracting 1s Cards, the perfect companion to Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2! These vibrant cards offer an engaging and colorful way for children to practice essential math skills while reinforcing the concepts taught in the curriculum.

Designed for self-checking, Subtracting 1s Cards provide an enjoyable and effective method for mastering math facts. As children delve into the captivating stories and lessons from Addition & Subtraction Vol. 2, they'll act out scenarios, gaining a deeper understanding of the underlying meaning behind math problems. This approach fosters comprehension and eliminates the need for rote memorization.

With two exciting games included, "1s Place Subtraction" and "5-Frame Dot Cards," children embark on a journey of interactive learning. "1s Place Subtraction" offers basic subtraction problems that focus on the 1s place, providing a solid foundation for subtraction skills. Meanwhile, "5-Frame Dot Cards" help children visualize place value and understand the relationship between numbers and their position within a base of ten. This visual approach is especially beneficial for non-sequential thinkers, enabling them to grasp computation globally.

Unlock the power of visual learning and make math practice an enjoyable adventure with Subtracting 1s Cards!

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  • 60 full color Subtracting 1s Cards with two-sided lamination for extra durability

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Frequently Asked Questions

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.