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Math Adventures Addition and Subtraction: Set of 4
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Math Perplexors: Set of 6
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Math Perplexors: Basic Level
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Building math skills can be fun with math brain teasers for seven-year-olds! It's amazing what just a little bit of daily math practice can do for kids and MindWare has made it easy for parents and teachers to make that happen. With Math Minutes and Instant Math Practice by grade, Math Games and more, having a math brain teaser for kids ready to go has never been easier.
In today's world math and science are becoming more and more important for students of all ages to master and there's no easier way to do that than with brain teasers for kids. Our exclusive series of Math Perplexors books present deductive reasoning, logical elimination and math skills all in one super math brain teaser for kids. Working on facts, from addition to multiplication of fractions, can be easy too with our Instant Math Practice and Math Minute books.
Have an active learner? Try our Power Pen Learning Cards for active math practice from simple addition to division, time and money. The cards let students pick the answer and receive immediate feedback, with both audio and visual response. Great practice for seven-year-olds!
Double Digit Decoders: Math Adventure books use mosaics and designs to appeal to the artistic mathematician in your house. Jammed with fun, imaginative mysteries that kids will love to solve each of these exciting books helps kids perfect their math skills. Each book is 48 pages and reproducible for classroom use.
Math in a Flash Color Coded flash cards make learning fun. These double sided flash cards with problems on one side and solutions on the other are color coded by number family for quick learning.
Math skills require repetition but at MindWare we've got so many options for kids to try out math that they don't need to feel like they are repeating. Keep things fresh with new books, cards and more.