The Little Kid’s Book of BIG Ideas: Mathematical Reasoning

5.00 out of 5
(12 customer reviews)

$34.99

Math isn’t just for big kids anymore!

Includes 119 pages and more than 150 individual questions!

Out of stock

Product Description

When it comes to mathematics, children with strong reasoning abilities inevitably have an easier time with the new concepts, which makes developing natural, intuitive math skills in preschool that much more important. By using simple instructions, visual clues and a variety of hands-on exercises, Mathematical Reasoning provides a guided learning workbook outlining a step-by-step way to build and strengthen logical math skills. Your little one will learn how to add, subtract and more in the context of story problems while laying the foundation essential for explicit mathematical ability.

12 reviews for The Little Kid’s Book of BIG Ideas: Mathematical Reasoning

  1. Erin
    5 out of 5

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    This book was perfect for my pre-schooler! She enjoyed the colorful graphics, the different way of thinking for each page and even the cutting and gluing to really make it interactive. This is a perfect book to keep her learning and having fun!

  2. Amy
    5 out of 5

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    My little guy loves this book. The different activities make each page a new adventure and I love that each mathematical concept is explained/taught so simply. Excellent product!

  3. Kourtney
    5 out of 5

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    My daughter cannot get enough of her “special workbooks”. The concepts are simply explained, colorful and fun. These make teaching and learning exciting. I would highly recommend these to anyone.

  4. tomas
    5 out of 5

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    Great books for my little guy. Makes me feel great about giving him a learning advantage while at the same time allowing him to have fun!

  5. Megan
    5 out of 5

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    My daughter loved these “workbooks!” I had to make her take a break because she wanted to keep doing the activities. They felt more like games to her and it made learning the concepts fun!

  6. Kaitlyn
    5 out of 5

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    My children love this workbook! They like that the activities vary from page to page, so they feel more like games. I like that the activities focus on multiple concepts and skills. Even my school-age daughter wants to take a turn!

  7. Kelli
    5 out of 5

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    These are by far my son’s favorite activity books! He literally wants to sit and fill out the entire book in one sitting! As a parent I think the exercises are engaging and realistic which is great! It allows my son to apply math skills throughout his daily activities!

  8. Jennifer
    5 out of 5

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    An awesome work book for preschoolers to help them prepare for kindergarten! Math is made fun for my 4 yr old with colorful, fun images and “lessons” that hold his interest. This mom is happy that these workbooks help teaching my children easier, and my children are excited to learn!

  9. Jessica Hendricks
    5 out of 5

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    Since starting this book, my almost-5-year old daughter has gone from not knowing what math was to now wanting to count and take away things just so she can “practice math”. Great resource for a child just getting started!

  10. Krystal
    5 out of 5

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    This was a great starter book for my Pre-K child. He enjoyed the graphics, the different way of thinking for each page and even the cutting and gluing. I’m excited to use this as an introduction to Kinder concepts.

  11. Sarah
    5 out of 5

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    My son calls this is “homework.” He loves the counting aspect of these books and has found places in his everyday life to count. We use the concepts when talking about snacks, sharing with brother, all sorts of things! It’s given us ideas to help him begin math concepts not just when sitting down with his “homework” but in everything we do.

  12. Heather
    5 out of 5

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    I love this book and so does my son! This book does such an excellent job at making math fun, and explaining the problems so well on his level. Having a kid who struggled in “school”(early pre-k) last year this book was a welcome distraction. It got him excited about learning again and that is irreplaceable.

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