Why do some children struggle with mathematics, while others seem to be naturally gifted? In this book, Caleb Gattegno examines the obstacles that keep students from succeeding in maths, and provides a clear solution. Using Cuisenaire rods, parents and teachers can make arithmetic visible, tangible, and rewarding for their learners. Through exploring and playing with the materials, children absorb essential mathematical knowledge, while parents and teachers discover the astounding learning capacity and inventiveness of their children.
THIS BOOK IS BEING SOLD AS B STOCK. IT HAS A SLIGHT DISCOLOURATION OF THE COVER AND SOME PAGES. IT IS PERFECTLY READABLE AND USABLE. DEPENDING ON THE TIME OF YEAR IT MAY ALSO HAVE AN OLD BOOK ODOUR.