At last---a hands-on approach to math that is meaningful to visual learners and children with Down syndrome. Using manipulatives, games, and activities to teach and motivate, this method utilizes the calculator to help students gain an understanding of introductory math without memorization of facts and tables. It also helps develop skills needed for independent living. Appropriate for preschool through adult. 399 pages, softcover from Woodbine House.
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