Vedic and Creative Math for Class 2
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It's interesting to see and experience how kids learn. It's also interesting to develop something that kids enjoy. Mathematics is manmade subject. Some kids get it quickly and some of them don't. When we were in school the learning was more Verbal and now days it is more Visual. In fact, kids are more kinaesthetic and they enjoy doing and feeling something all the time. Due to this some kids don't enjoy school. Math is an abstract topic and it's also challenging to develop interesting activities for math. Traditional Indian math was action based and has few activity-based methods. Therefore, I have also included few Vedic methods in this course. Because such methods also link children to Vedic math, this may help to transition easily to mental math.
If your son or daughter is hyper active then he might enjoy activities more than anything else. Similarly, if your kid is Shy then she might want to experience more. Therefore, for both such kids, activity-based learning is essential. This book is totally activity based and may suit to such kids very well. Every arithmetic operation is done using some activity like drawing or acting. Some of the activities are also paper based. Caution has been taken to ensure that you may cover all the activities with things easily available at home so you need not buy anything specific for these activities. I also added mental math methods in the program to introduce the children to mental math.
This book also covers tips and tricks for International Math Olympiad or IMO. It is best suited for kids in class 2. The book mainly consists of simple and easy methods of addition, subtraction, multiplication and basic division. This book also covers multiplication tables. Addition and subtraction is covered up to 4 digits. Multiplication tables are covered till 10 and multiplication of 2-digit numbers is covered as well. Division by numbers up to 10 is covered.
I am confident that this is fun and joyful journey to all the students and their parents. I wish you all the best for more love towards mathematics.