Singapore Math's *Primary Math, U.S. Edition * series features the Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract approach. Students begin by learning through concrete and pictorial means before moving into abstract thought and development, which encourages an active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas and problem solving. Lessons are designed for a mix of teacher instruction and independent work, and students are encouraged to discuss ideas and explore additional problem-solving methods.

Primary Math 3A, U.S. Edition teaches numbers and number patterns to 10,000; addition and subtraction including 2-step word problems; multiplication and division, quotient and remainder, multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9; money (US Currency).

This set of textbooks and workbooks is designed specifically for U.S. students. Names, terms in examples, measurement, spellings, currency and other such elements have been changed to reflect American names and stylistic preferences. Review included. 104 pgs, non-consumable and non-reproducible. Paperback.

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Customer Reviews for Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 3A US Edition

Review 1 for Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 3A US Edition

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Date:May 2, 2013

Jina

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I grew up in Japan and Korea as a kid and love their education systems. As a homeschool parent, I am always looking for affordable curriculum. We are in middle school math now and have had to switch from Singapore Math not because of aging out, but because the books lack the instructions for how to do the harder math it assigns. We use the Textbooks, Workbooks, and Tests books as supplements now, and are using Lifepac math now, but we are still looking for any other math curriculum, our goal for University is Engineering so we want to be prepared.

Review 2 for Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 3A US Edition

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Date:March 16, 2011

melissa745

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We have used several other math programs before coming to Singapore. This program is just what my daughter needs. It's fast-moving, with little review. It has challenging word problems that keep her thinking about number and how to manipulate them to get the answer.

She found most of the other programs dreadfully boring, but is excited every day when we pull out her math book.

Review 3 for Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 3A US Edition

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Date:June 25, 2010

D. D.

Excellent resource. We would give all the Singapore Math books 5 stars! The books are visually clear and easy to understand. I recommend taking the placement test to make accurate book selection. We did and ended up starting in a lower book that I thought we would, but quickly gained speed. Now our child is faster than a calculator and loves math!

Review 4 for Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 3A US Edition

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Date:November 10, 2009

Michelle Wheeler

I've been homeschooling my son for three years (this is our fourth) and for the first time, my son loves doing his math work! Singapore gets 5 stars from me, and my son!

Review 5 for Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 3A US Edition

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Date:February 8, 2008

Donna L. Hogue

My daughter, who struggles learning her math concepts, loves this book. The lessons are short and very easy. I am so grateful to have found this book. She will be testing next month so this has come at just the right time.