How to Be Good at Math

Your Brilliant Brain and How to Train It

Author DK
Paperback
$24.99 US
8.56"W x 10.94"H x 0.83"D  
On sale Jul 05, 2016 | 320 Pages | 978-1-4654-3575-0
| Grades 2-5
Math can be a mental minefield for many, but this essential home-study guide ensures everything adds up.

This comprehensive math book for primary school children and their parents keeps the subject simple from start to finish. Whether solving subtraction, mastering multiples, or deciphering division, How to be Good at Math has got you covered.

Eyecatching graphics and step-by-step sequences work together to lay the foundations of numeracy. There is plenty of fun to be had with exciting examples to aid accessibility and understanding. You'll fly down a zip wire to get the gist of geometry, time a robot runner in the race to deduce decimals, and use space scales to weigh yourself on giant planet Jupiter.

Made with home learning in mind, How to be Good at Math also contains memorable facts and extra challenges to refresh your knowledge throughout. Primary school math can be practiced again and again to ensure this tricky topic is easier than ever before.
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Math can be a mental minefield for many, but this essential home-study guide ensures everything adds up.

This comprehensive math book for primary school children and their parents keeps the subject simple from start to finish. Whether solving subtraction, mastering multiples, or deciphering division, How to be Good at Math has got you covered.

Eyecatching graphics and step-by-step sequences work together to lay the foundations of numeracy. There is plenty of fun to be had with exciting examples to aid accessibility and understanding. You'll fly down a zip wire to get the gist of geometry, time a robot runner in the race to deduce decimals, and use space scales to weigh yourself on giant planet Jupiter.

Made with home learning in mind, How to be Good at Math also contains memorable facts and extra challenges to refresh your knowledge throughout. Primary school math can be practiced again and again to ensure this tricky topic is easier than ever before.

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We believe in the power of discovery. That's why we create books for everyone that explore ideas and nurture curiosity about the world we live in.
 
From first words to the Big Bang, from the wonders of nature to city adventures, you will find expert knowledge, hours of fun and endless inspiration in the pages of our books. 

https://www.dk.com/ View titles by DK

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