JUMP at Home Grade 3
Worksheets for the JUMP Math ProgramBook - 2007
JUMP (Junior Undiscovered Mathematical Prodigies), a nonprofit program that began life in 1998, has become an international phenomenon, with pilot programs in the United States, Great Britain, and elsewhere. Originally designed to teach math to children with everything from severe disabilities to a lack of self-confidence, the JUMP method has proven equally useful for general students. The key to its enormous success is a step-by-step teaching method that isolates and describes concepts so clearly that anyone can understand them. Students build on their successes and soon are solving problems well above their grade levels. Now, parents and caregivers can bring this innovative program home. This Grade 3 workbook has been completely revised to follow the current student worksheets used by JUMP tutors and classroom teachers. Each workbook includes an introduction by John Mighton that explains the thinking behind the program and provides suggested activities, worksheets carefully designed to enable children to move from one success to the next, a glossary of math terms, and a selected answer key. Both practical and inspiring, JUMP at Home Grade 3 helps students not only learn to solve problems but to do so with confidence and enthusiasm.
Publisher: Toronto : House of Anansi Press, 2007
Edition: New ed
Branch Call Number: 510.76 MIG
Characteristics: xl, 212 p. :,ill. ;,28 cm.