




Mathematical Reasoning Beginning 1


Grade(s): PreK (age 3) Pages: 240
Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. All the math you need for a typical 3 year old presented in full color with illustrations designed to appeal to young children.








Mathematical Reasoning Beginning 2


Grade(s): PreK (age 4) Pages: 288
Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. All the math you need for a typical 4 year old presented in full color with illustrations designed to appeal to young children.








Mathematical Reasoning Level A


Grade(s): K Pages: 256
Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Complete math curriculum for the typical Kindergarten child. Bright children can use this title at a younger age.








Mathematical Reasoning Level B


Grade(s): 1 Pages: 272
Age appropriate problem solving and computation build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Complete math curriculum for the typical first grade child. Bright children can use this title at a younger age.








Mathematical Reasoning Level C


Grade(s): 2 Pages: 320
Mathematical Reasoning™ helps your child devise strategies to solve a wide variety of math problems. These books emphasize problem solving and computation to build the math reasoning skills necessary for success in higher level math and math assessments. Complete math curriculum for the typical second grade child. Bright children can use this title at a younger age.








Mathematical Reasoning Grades 24 Supplement


Grade(s): 24 Pages: 154
Reinforce 2nd to 4th grade math concepts and skills by asking students to apply these skills and concepts to nonroutine problems. Applying mathematical knowledge to new problems is the ultimate test of concept mastery and mathematical reasoning. This is the difference between quantitative reasoning and math. Solutions included.








Mathematical Reasoning Level D


Grade(s): 3 Pages: 384
Grade level math presented in a way which bridges the gap between computation and mathematical reasoning. Use for variety, fun and understanding.








Mathematical Reasoning Level E


Grade(s): 4 Pages: 384
Grade level math presented in a way which bridges the gap between computation and mathematical reasoning. Use for variety, fun and understanding.








Mathematical Reasoning Level F


Grade(s): 5 Pages: 384
Grade level math presented in a way which bridges the gap between computation and mathematical reasoning. Use for variety, fun and understanding.








Mathematical Reasoning Grades 46 Supplement


Grade(s): 46 Pages: 320
Reinforce 4th to 6th grade math concepts and skills by asking students to apply these skills and concepts to nonroutine problems. Applying mathematical knowledge to new problems is the ultimate test of concept mastery and mathematical reasoning. This is the difference between quantitative reasoning and math. Solutions included.








Mathematical Reasoning Level G


Grade(s): 6 Pages: 448, color Answers included
Grade level math presented in a way which bridges the gap between computation and mathematical reasoning. Use for variety, fun and understanding.








Mathematical Reasoning Middle School Supplement


Grade(s): 79 Pages: 154
Reinforce 7th and 8th grade math concepts and skills by asking students to apply these skills and concepts to nonroutine problems. Applying mathematical knowledge to new problems is the ultimate test of concept mastery and mathematical reasoning. This is the difference between quantitative reasoning and math. Solutions included.








Understanding Geometry (Mathematical Reasoning)


Grade(s): 79 Pages: 256
Successful completion of this middle school geometry course will virtually guarantee a student’s success in high school geometry. Although the geometric concepts of perimeter, area, and volume are taught piecemeal from elementary school through middle school, many students enter high school without the skills and knowledge to succeed in high school geometry. This book teaches students an understanding of the reasoning behind the properties taught in geometry instead of merely asking them to memorize them.


