Kumon Books To Buy Online
The Complete Selection Of Kumon Math Workbooks
These Kumon books are perfect for use at home. Whereas the full Kumon math program costs as much as $100 a month, these workbooks are a great cost effective alternative for at home use.
Written and designed by the company that created the Kumon math program these workbooks use an identical style of problem as the full program.
You should attempt to adapt the program to your own child's needs. For example if your child struggles to complete grade 3 standard work,consider choosing a grade 2 book to allow them to gain confidence before moving on to grade 3 workbooks.
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Kumon Addition Workbooks - Kumon Math Addition Workbooks
At a Kumon centre your child will receive a workbook that takes about 20 minutes a day to complete. You should aim for something similar with these workbooks to do at home. The idea should be to do 10-20 minutes a day of work; it is better to do it little and often than to do it once a week for an hour.
This is a great book for introducing your child to the very first basic steps of addition. Suitable for very young children.
Got the basic idea of 1+1? This book starts at the beginning but moves right through addition.
This is perfect if your child is working at grade 2 level. if your child is in grade one but advanced, or in grade three but struggling somewhat with addition this book will help them to reinforce key concepts of addition.
Does your child have a basic mastery of addition and subtraction? Then try these harder problems in this grade three Kumon book.
Subtraction Workbooks - Kumon math subtraction workbooks
As with the addition above these books are listed in order of difficulty. The key is to start your child where they are comfortable so they don't get discouraged. Better that it is easy at first and that they get confidence than that they struggle.
Start here if you are introducing the concept of subtraction to a young child.
Slightly more advanced than the simple addition book, this book has pages and pages of subtraction to work through.
Set at grade one level. Perfect for a child in grade one, or a child that is working at grade one level.
This book moves on to slightly harder subtraction concepts. Repetition is the key with this book, little and often is best.
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Kumon Multiplication Workbooks - Kumon Math Multiplication Workbooks
Although multiplication tables aren't really taught by rote any more, you still need repetition to really learn them These books introduce the basic concepts as well as well as giving extensive practise. They also introduce column multiplication.
Introduces the very basics of multiplication.
This book is fairly comprehensive. It covers most multiplication areas, although it doesn't have as many examples to practise as some of the others that focus on a smaller age range.
Is your child working at grade three level in multiplication? If you have a grade four child who hasn't fully mastered multiplication, this book might also help them master the key concepts.
This book covers harder multiplication concepts such as column multiplication. There are pages and pages of practice to reinforce all the concepts.
These flash cards can be written on and wiped to use again and again.
Don't start to teach your child division until they have fully mastered multiplication. Division is much, much easier if a child already knows their multiplication tables.
Kumon Division Workbooks - Also Fractions And Decimals
This is a good introduction to division and a great starting point when your child has fully mastered multiplication.
Ready to move on to long division? This book is what you need.
If your child is just starting decimals and fractions this is the book that they need. An introduction to the first concepts of these topics.
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I bought this Reader Rabbit game for my kids and they absolutely loved it as a way of helping to reinforce math. It is very well done with long adventures of many parts for the children to go on. It practises all sorts of math concepts and introduces new ones adjusting difficulty level according to how accurately the child answers the problems. There is a certain amount of time taken up with game play, but the flipside of this is that it kept their interest for far longer than a typical session of math would and they were learning without really realising.