The Math Journal is one of the easiest ways to keep your child’s math work together. Being a wire bound book of 120 pages graph paper (60 sheets) of their past studies. It can be used as a reference to look back at learned concepts to reassure their current lessons. Math is a study that builds upon itself even from a child’s earliest perception. Even prior to being able to perform any figures in the abstract of our minds we first learn to count our fingers or toys and by coloring in of blocks can show them concrete thoughts on paper.
Learning Arabic numbers symbols, and how to maintain them with in their place values (units, tens, hundreds…) is made much easier on graph paper to keep them in their corresponding rows. The theory of fractions is displayed as simple as coloring the number of blocks that represents the part of the whole.
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