Kumon Workbooks have been produced following the proven learning methods that are used to assist over 4.4 million children to learn at Kumon Centers worldwide. Learning to learn while having fun.
Through a combination of tracing and recitation exercises, this book encourages children to practice writing the numbers from 1 to 9 repeatedly until it becomes second nature. While improving basic pencil-control abilities and learning the numerical order of numbers from 1 to 30, children are naturally exposed to the world of numbers.
This sequel to the above book will help children learn how to read and write numbers confidently up to 120. By practicing numbers in numerical order, such as 9-10 and 99-100, children gradually grasp the concept of decimal position. Recognition of the decimal place is crucial for the later acquisition of addition skills.
The connect-the-dots exercises on the odd-numbered pages of the book provide children with opportunities to become familiar with the concept of ordinal numbers while enjoying the “guess who’s hiding” games. The color-by-number exercises on the even-numbered pages are designed to enhance number recognition. These two abilities are crucial for creating the basis for addition and subtraction skills and beyond.
By using the skills acquired from the tracing and coloring exercises in the above book, children will gain more advanced number recognition abilities. Understanding the sequence of numbers up to 150 will prepare children for mastering higher-level, multi-digit calculations. Children who have a firm grasp of numerical order are much more likely to learn arithmetic and math with ease.
Using the Kumon step-by-step approach, this workbook introduces children to the concept of telling time by concentrating on the hours first, and then incrementally introducing children to half- and quarter-hours. Learning to tell time this way will also help children improve their general understanding of numbers.
This second book in the Telling Time sequence helps children learn how to tell time down to the minute. By using a variety of different activities to keep children engaged, this workbook helps children learn this difficult skill without feeling frustrated or anxious.
This book focuses on helping children learn how to add numbers 1 and 2 to other numbers. This very basic mathematic skill cannot be acquired through repetition alone. By using this book, children will be able to understand, without difficulty, the concept of addition by repeatedly tracing and reciting numbers first and then gradually shifting to addition formulas that include the numbers 1 and 2.
This book helps children learn to add 3, 4, 5 and bigger single-digit numbers in a step-by-step manner, enabling them to gain solid calculation skills without being confused about decimal places. Building basic addition skills is vital to later understanding the decimal system, which is the foundation of higher-level arithmetic concepts and skills taught at school. The purpose of this book is to prepare children for school-level math.
This workbook will help your child develop an understanding of subtracting the numbers 1 through 5 from whole numbers up to 20. By using this book, children will be able to understand the concept of subtraction by repeatedly tracing and reciting numbers both forwards and backwards and then gradually shifting to subtracting the numbers 1 through 5.
This workbook will improve and expand on the skills acquired in My Book of SIMPLE SUBTRACTION. In this book, children will practice first how to subtract the numbers 1 through 9 and then they will reinforce this skill by learning how to subtract numbers 1 through 20. The purpose of this book is to prepare children for higher-level mathematics by improving their basic subtraction skills.
Using Kumon’s step-by-step, incremental approach, this workbook introduces children to the concept of money by giving your child plenty of practice working with each coin before moving on to the relationships between coins. Eventually, your child will understand the names and values of every coin worth less than a dollar.
This sequel to My Book of Simple Money helps children make the difficult transition between cents and dollars. By first reviewing the names and values of coins, and then slowly beginning to practice dollars and the dollar-based structure, this workbook will make a challenging mathematical concept seem easy.
This workbook will help your child develop an understanding of multiplication up to 5×10. By using this book, your child will be able to understand the concept of multiplication by first reviewing numbers and addition, and then gradually shifting towards learning multiplication timetables.
This workbook will help your child develop an understanding of multiplication up to 10×10. By first reviewing multiplication up to 5×10, and then gradually shifting towards repeated addition and multiplication timetables for the larger numbers, My Book of Multiplication will make a difficult concept seem easy.
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