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Old 01-15-2014, 11:44 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi! I'm looking for a good book to teach math to a 6 year old, but would like something that has a good system through division, and not just level 1.

 

Textbook or workbook.

 

Thanks.

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my son loves the Kumon books.  he is very self-motivated and they make step-by-step transitions almost intuitive.  then he does a lot of problems on the side.  he's almost 8 and in level 5 books.


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We use Singapore math

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Might try posting in in the schooling forum.

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