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Franctions and Percentages: For Primary School Students #Homeschool #Education


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Your safest way to success in mathematics

Students - and even teachers - experience difficulty with grasping fractions and percentages. Now, there is an easy way to understand fractions and percentages and even use it in everyday life!

Fractions and percentages easily explained and practiced.

From the acclaimed teacher and writer Aharon Aspis comes a successful book presenting simple and clear explanations, accompanied by examples, exercises and exemplified solutions. The book composes of six chapters, targeting all essential elements of the topic, including: simple fractions, fractions inequality, ratio, the decimal system, percentage in problem solving and the use of an adjustment table. Exercises are ranked and presented by difficulty to allow full immersion.

With these amazingly comprehensive step-by-step explanations, any parent and teacher can help children in understanding Fractions and Percentages.Aharon Aspis is the author of over twenty mathematics books, which revolutionized mathematic teaching in Israel. His vast experience in Math teaching and unique pedagogical approach, together with uncompromising professionality, made his books a wide success. Aspis’ books are famous for making mathematics accessible and allowing independent learning.

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As a homeschooling mom, I am always on the lookout for supplemental material for our classroom. My son has Autism, and struggles with math, but I know that at some point, we are going to have to dive headfirst into fractions, so when I was offered the chance to review this book, I jumped at it.

This book is set up, fairly well, but it is not going to be identical in nature to a standard textbook. It does however, have a good amount of information in it, although I wouldn't go so far as to say it is just for primary school kids. There are several sections that are better suited for older kids, and those that have a firmer grasp on fractions and percentages.

However, it is definitely a great book to have on the kindle, so as to reference later in our studies. There is going to be some times that as the parent, you have to clarify things with your children, because there are what looks like, some typos, as far as symbols that are used.

All in all, this is a great supplemental learning tool to have on hand.

If you are looking for extra material, to assist your children, you can find Fractions and Percentages on Amazon!

*I received the item in this post complimentary for review purposes. All opinions found within are purely my own*

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