Math Problems

Now that I have finally finished writing my book on Maths and one on Times Tables, I cannot wait to have the graphic designer finish the 7- and 8-times tables. She is currently sick and of course once someone started it, the same style of drawings have to be continued.

I have never found a dyslexic learner who didn’t master Maths quite quickly and easily, once they saw the logic and reason – in a visual way. Often the very wordy explanations don’t help, (e.g. MULTIPLICATIONS:┬áthe process of combining matrices, vectors, or other quantities under specific rules to obtain their product) and sometimes two-dimensional abstract formulas or additions like the one in the humour picture just need another way of presenting.

I’ll keep you updated and will be posting parts of the book here.

 

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