Math Book Published

Nov 16, 2016 | Education, Maths

Math book published

– To learn your 6, 7, and 8 times tables with ease and fun,

You don’t have to be Dyslexic, but it helps –

Most dyslexics are picture thinkers – and therefore visual learners. Learning by rote, as most students remember the times tables, does not come easily to them.  To help students to learn them quickly and have fun, the author used mnemonics, an ancient way of memorizing information visually.

This book is for students, parents, teachers, facilitators or anyone, who has ever been frustrated about learning or teaching the times tables.

It will give you an insight into the dyslexic mindset and why some dyslexic students find maths easy, while others struggle at it as much as at literacy.

In a practical and logical way, the author helps the parent or tutor to guide a student through the easy and the difficult times tables, enabling the child to remember everything in a couple of days – and never again forgetting it. We need to use our children’s gifts in order to empower them to reach their full potential.

Available on kindle / or Amazon:

 

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