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10 Minutes a Day Math, 4th Grade

Carol Vorderman

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Description

Practice makes perfect in just 10 minutes a day!

There is nothing more important than your child's education, but sometimes it's difficult to find the time to fit everything in. From DK's best-selling "Made Easy" home-learning workbooks, the 10 Minutes a Day series fits in around busy lives.

Aimed at ages 9-10, 10 Minutes a Day Spelling: 4th Grade covers a range of curriculum subjects, including decimals, fractions, shapes, angles, analyzing data, times tables, and of course solving mathematical calculations. Each exercise is simply and clearly introduced to help learning, with colorful illustrations accompanying some of the fill-in-the-gap exercises. For the eager student, there are extra "time filler" challenges on every page if they finish the questions within 10 minutes and want to continue practicing, or just want ideas for additional activities to do at home.

Answers are provided, along with parents' notes that explain what your child learns from the exercise, making this series perfect for homeschooling, or just helping your child stay ahead.

Perfect both for the budding mathematician and those who need a little more support, 10 Minutes a Day Math is a colorful, controlled, and curriculum-aligned approach to mastering math.

DK Children, 9780744031133, 80pp.

Publication Date: June 9, 2020



About the Author

Carol Vorderman is Britain’s leading female television host. For twenty-three years she has been known as the “Numbers Queen” on the hit quiz show Countdown, where she performs mental arithmetic at lightning speed. She has also presented science and technology shows for many years, including BBC TV’s Tomorrow’s World, as well as top-rated entertainment programs such as Stars and Their Lives. Carol hosted the world’s first live Sudoku television show in July 2005. She is hooked on Sudoku.