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¿Cuántas cerezas ves?Por favor, cuéntalas de una vez.De dos en dos únelasY antes de comerlas, júntalas.Olvídate de volver a contar con los dedos!Ejercita tu cerebro con este álbum ilustrado que te enseña acertijos matemáticos para despertar la mente. Mediante rimas, aprenderás a sumar de forma rápida y divertida. Los versos son pistas que, si sabes descifrar, te ayudarán a adivinar las respuestas antes que los demás.
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Greg Tang was tutoring math in his daughter|s class when he noticed something interesting about the dominoes they were using. Each white dot had a pencil mark on it, which meant the children had been counting them one at a time. Mr. Tang taught them a quicker way to calculate the value of the dominoes-to look for patterns and to add and subtract groups of dots. Thus, he developed a new method of teaching arithmetic in a visual and intuitive way. His technique teaches both computational and problem-solving skills and is so fun and challenging that children forget they are learning math! He believes that all kids are capable of doing well in math, and he has a mission to make math a natural part of every child|s life. He has successfully taught his method to children from ages five to ten. Grapes of Math, Math for All Seasons and The Best of Times are the a series of books that will help children acquire the range of skills needed for higher math. His system challenges kids to use creative thinking and ingenuity to approach problem solving, rather than relying on rote formulas and memorization. Additional Bio info "It|s not just about teaching math skills. It|s about inspiring kids to learn and to have confidence in their own thinking." Greg Tang has an impressive mathematics background. He was a teaching fellow in the economics department of Harvard University, where he earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Economics. He also holds an M.A. degree in Math Education from New York University. Greg Tang has created a number of successful businesses, which include a computer graphics and design company, a systems and marketing research company, and a fitness center. Greg Tang currently lives in Belmont, Massachusetts, with his family. Booklists/Awards The Best of Times 2002 BIBLIOGRAFIA: The Grapes of Math 2001 Math Appeal 2003 Math for All Seasons 2002 Math-terpieces 2003
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Descripción Everest De Ediciones Y Distribucion. Hardcover. Condición: New. 8424180747. Nº de ref. del artículo: EBY52.EVEREST9788424180744
Descripción Everest De Ediciones Y Distribucion. Hardcover. Condición: New. 8424180747. Nº de ref. del artículo: 52.EVEREST9788424180744
Descripción Everest De Ediciones Y Distrib, 2004. Hardcover. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P118424180747