Are a good alternative to math “textbooks”. These have been designed with visual learning. Tere are 3 levels ( 1,2,3) with a wide assrtment of titles in each level. Pictures are important because children are natural “visual learners.” Even
those too young to read are able to understand concepts and data presented
in graphs, charts and diagrams. Words are important because kids love
stories. And kids can easily relate when the contexts are familiar and real,
and the math is woven right into the storyline. They can see for themselves
that math skills really are life skills.