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The BIGGEST Mental Math Set - Books 1, 2 & 3 (eBooks) + Verbal Fractions + Verbal Percents + Mental Metric Math!


Fully printable or viewable on an iPad/Desktop


Best for children between 5-12



1) The Verbal Math Lesson, Book 1

2) The Verbal Math Lesson, Book 2 

3) The Verbal Math Lesson, Book 3

4) Verbal Fractions

5) Verbal Percents

6) Metric Math

Everyone thinks kids hate math. But the truth is, kids don’t hate math—they hate worksheets! Writing down equations takes fine motor skills that young children haven't yet developed, making the process of learning math difficult and tedious. Math done mentally, or verbal math, makes math fun. Children see math problems as a game and a challenge. In the second edition of this pioneering educational bestseller, handwriting is removed from math problems to help children cement fundamental mathematical skills so that they may solve problems without having to do any writing at all. Developed as a supplement to traditional math education, the lesson is completely comprehensive, step-by-step, and leaves no area undone.​ 


1) The Verbal Math Lesson, Book 1

Ages 4-6

This book is intended for children in grades K-1. The problems in this book are meant to be read to the child, so all calculations must be done mentally and without the use of a pencil or paper. We also place a lot of emphasis on doing word problems. This requires an additional conceptual skill, that is, to translate arithmetic facts into language. Every lesson starts with math facts which are then put to work in word problems. These word problems use a different part of the child’s brain and will help your child develop superior math skills. In book 1, we focus on teaching children how to think about numbers and the concept of "0". By the end of the book, the child will be able to subtract double-digit numbers ending with 0!


2) Verbal Math Lesson, Book 2

In this book, the second in the Verbal Math series, we teach addition and subtraction up to one hundred and introduce basic multiplication and division. Each lesson starts with a new concept and exercises. The word problems prepare for the practical application of the new concepts.


3) Verbal Math Lesson, Book 3

This book introduces two and three-digit addition and subtraction, multiplication and division of two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers, and basic fractions. It's all easier than it sounds!

We also briefly introduce concepts of rates and ratios, explain remainders (in division), teach about factors, and talk about the addition and subtraction of simple fractions. In each lesson, your child will apply basic mathematical patterns to solve everyday problems.


4) Verbal Fractions eBook

Free of the tediousness of writing while teaching children efficient methods of solving math problems, this guide reintroduces the concept of verbal, or mental, math in a step-by-step fashion. Removing the drudgery and turning math into a game, it uses a time-honored approach to help children become proficient with fractions and percents. Fractions and decimal operations, after the four basic arithmetic operations, are the most fundamental of math concepts, and future progress in math will depend on how well a child understands these concepts.


5) Verbal Percents eBook

In this book, we bring this time-honored approach to help your child become proficient with percents. With Verbal Percents, your child will learn, in a very gradual manner, all about percents and their application to every day problems.


Follow the lessons and see your child do even complex-looking problems quickly and accurately. All without pencil or paper. When time comes to learn algebra, your child will be miles ahead of his or her peers.


6) Metric Math eBook

This book teaches children (and adults) to convert various units in of length, area, volume, weight, temperature, and speed in their heads. Growing up learning only one system of measurement makes it hard to translate between the traditional system to the metric system and back using exact conversion units. The two systems developed independently from each other, and were not expected to match. It is even harder to do an exact conversion when trying to do calculations mentally.

The Mental Math Full eBook Collection - 6 books

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