Our Right-Brained Multiplication & Division book is for children who are strongly visual, who learn all at once through pictures, are drawn to patterns, rely on body motions, and who need to understand the process behind each math problem they solve. Child1st teaching and learning resources all follow the principle of conveying learning pieces using a variety of right-brain-friendly elements. We take learning tidbits that utilize symbols (numbers and letters) and abstractions, which are left-brained, and embed them in right-brained elements to beautifully integrate the left and right hemispheres in the brain.
Here's what our customers are saying about this product:
"We had tried so many other techniques to help my 4th grader learn her multiplication facts. We punished. We bribed. We used flash cards. We used computer programs. And all this is in addition to her normal math work with Singapore (we homeschool). When I saw this book, I ordered it right away. She had already learned some of the facts from all these other methods so we were able to move through those quickly. I believe we received the book on a Monday afternoon and started using it the next morning. By the end of the next week, she knew all her facts 0 to 12! I had only been concentrating on 0 to 9 thinking she could pick the others up later, but by using this book she learned them all!!! I was sooooo pleased with it. It is just like the title states - made for right-brained learners... it uses pictures and stories to teach the facts instead of rote memorization. I would HIGHLY recommend this program to anyone with a student that is struggling to learn their facts especially if the student tends to be more right-brained."
"If you or your children have Dyscalculia this book is a must! Not only is it helping my daughter it's helping me."
"After completing the Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction workbook, we followed it up with this book on multiplication and division. As a child of traditional school, my visual gestalt learner was struggling with memorizing multiplication tables. He needed not only to get the whole picture, but to actually SEE it in his mind. This book does an extraordinary job of transforming the multiplication tables into easy to remember stories, images, and patterns. In just a few weeks, my third grader mastered the entire year of math that had seemed to be just out of his reach. If you know, or even suspect, that your struggling child is a visual learner, I highly recommend this approach."