Are You the King, or are You the Joker? Play Math for Young Children by Adrian Ning Hong Yeo
  

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Are You the King, or are You the Joker? Play Math for Young Children by Adrian Ning Hong Yeo

This unique book - based on the author's experience in teaching his grandchildren mathematics the fun way - provides the knowledge and skills to teach math to young children, through learning games with playing cards. Children grow to associate math with fun, pleasure and parental love and attention.The author's innovative approach to teaching math to young children is an ideal and highly productive way for parents and grandparents to spend quality time with their young loved ones.The book will be an immense help for children's progress in math in the kindergarten and school.

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Format

Paperback
172 pages

Author

Adrian Ning Hong Yeo
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Publisher

World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd

Publication date

12th April 2006

ISBN

9789812704047


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