Which book is best for my 8 year old?
Book 8 covers number facts to 10, working with tens, introduces money and multiplication.
For children who are ready to start manipulating small numbers and are starting to understand the basics of the place value system (Cf Books 5, 6, & 7).
Book 9 covers 2x, 5x and 10x tables, number facts to 20, subtracting 9 and estimating.
For children who have mastered skip counting (Cf Books 7 & 8) and are ready to advance basic number skills and facts.
Book 10 covers simple fractions, addition and subtraction of single-digit numbers and using the calculator.
For children who have encountered fractions before (Cf Book 5) and are ready to learn basic mental strategies for addition and subtraction.
Book 11 covers addition and subtraction of 2-digit numbers and concepts involving money.
For children who have started to work with addition and subtraction using single-digits (Cf Book 10) and have been introduced to money (Cf Book 8).
Book 12 covers 3x, 4x, and 9x tables, and early division concepts.
For children who have conquered their 2x, 5x and 10x tables and are ready to move on to the relationship between multiplication and division (Cf Book 9).
Book 13 covers reading, writing and rounding 3-digit numbers, and adding and subtracting 3-digit numbers using mental strategies.
For children who have mastered mental addition and subtraction with 2-digit numbers (Cf Book 11).
Book 14 covers fractions, calculator skills and using operations (+, -, x & ÷) to solve problems.
For children who understand basic fractions (Cf Book 10) and are ready to move on to more difficult skills like ordering and finding fractions of whole numbers.