I Can Multiply

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Building on skills acquired in the highly successful I Can Count, I Can Add, and I Can Subtract, this new book smooths the transition to a new math skill. Using a structured program of flip-card games and brightly colored visual examples that gradually increase in complexity, new concepts, such as doubling and tripling, are introduced in a way that makes learning fun and appealing. Durable double-spiral binding keeps parts from getting lost. Perfect for taking on trips. Divider cards mark child's progress. ...
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Overview

Building on skills acquired in the highly successful I Can Count, I Can Add, and I Can Subtract, this new book smooths the transition to a new math skill. Using a structured program of flip-card games and brightly colored visual examples that gradually increase in complexity, new concepts, such as doubling and tripling, are introduced in a way that makes learning fun and appealing. Durable double-spiral binding keeps parts from getting lost. Perfect for taking on trips. Divider cards mark child's progress. Includes a how-to-use this book guide with helpful tips for parents and a multiplication chart.
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Publishers Weekly
Anna Nilsen's I Can Multiply uses colorful cartoon-style visuals to teach basic mathematical concepts. However, in Pack 3, designed to teach patterns and number sequences, young learners may be confused when the author attempts to use four-legged pigs to teach counting by two's. Permanently attached to the spiral binding, the first two sets of flip cards place pictures that provide answers on the backs of each equation. Perky graphics and the nifty Velcro-sealed cover make this a fun supplement for adults and children to share at home. (Sept.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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The book is actually three sets of cards that are spiral bound. The objective is to teach multiplication, which is really repeated addition. The text will acquaint kids with the symbols, vocabulary and format of multiplication problems. There is a sequence to the exercisesÂľPack 1 focuses on counting groups and totals, Pack 2 presents simple multiplication problems, and Pack 3 asks kids to identify the missing numbers in a sequence. The instructions advise working with an adult and also to repeat a given pack before moving on. Also, there is a multiplication table printed on the inside cover. A book that will be useful at home and in school. 2001, Kingfisher, $9.95. Ages 5 to 8. Reviewer: Marilyn Courtot
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780753454145
  • Publisher: Kingfisher
  • Publication date: 9/15/2001
  • Series: I Can Count Series
  • Pages: 26
  • Age range: 5 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.08 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Anna Nilsen is a former art history teacher and a prizewinning artist. She devised Kingfisher's highly successful Art Fraud Detective, The Great Art Scandal, I Can Spell, and I Can Count titles.
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