Kumon Division, Grade 4
Division, Grade 4 is in the "Kumon Math Workbooks: Calculation Skills" series designed for grades 1-6. This workbook will introduce students to subtracting one-digit numbers from one-and-two digit numbers. Exercises include drill division problems as well as exercises where students fill in the missing numbers by using division patterns. Activities also emphasize addition, subtraction, multiplication & division review; vertical form division; five-digit by three-digit division; remainders; and the order of operations.
Pages provide the number of points to assign per problem, and there's room at the top to write in how many problems students got right alongside their name and the date.
5 7/8 x 4 1/4 inches. Full-color, 96 pages, paperback. This workbook is best suited for 4th Grade. Answer key included in the back of the book.
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The Kumon Method
The Kumon Method was born from a father’s love for his son.
In 1954, Toru Kumon, a high school maths teacher, found that his son in Year 2 primary school had done poorly in a mathematics test. Slow, imprecise calculation skill was the reason. This concerned Toru Kumon as a parent, and as a mathematics teacher. He had taught many high school students who struggled with mathematics for the same reason.
Toru Kumon began to hand write worksheets so his son could practise calculations by himself for half an hour every day. Day after day, Toru Kumon carefully matched the content to his son’s improving ability. Soon, his son progressed beyond school grade level.
By the end of primary school Toru Kumon’s son could solve calculus equations. Encouraged by his son’s progress, in 1958, Toru Kumon released the Kumon Method of Learning
The Kumon Method is an individualized study method tailored to each child's ability that was derived by thinking about how best to learn from the point of view of home-based education. Therefore when providing instruction for children, Kumon Instructors pay attention first and foremost to each child's current level of ability, without being influenced by the child's age or school grade level. Our programs are carefully structured in small steps to allow students to advance by learning on their own ability without having to be taught every little thing. Furthermore, Kumon worksheets are structured to include only the content that is essential for enabling students to study with ease at senior high school level. For example, the goal of the Kumon math program focuses on developing the calculation skills necessary to do high school math and narrows down the content covered to approximately one third of that covered in school.
Therefore, in most cases children begin their Kumon studies from a level below their current school grade level that they can do easily. In time, students reach their school grade level and then go beyond it to study content that they have not yet encountered in school. All the while, they progress through the worksheets using their own ability. When children experience advancing through the program independently in this way, without the need to be taught everything, their eyes shine with enthusiasm. Learning in this manner also fosters children's desire to find out what comes next and master that upcoming content.
However, once children have advanced approximately one year beyond their school grade level we can only expect to see the following kinds of benefits at best. Such children are generally able to cope with their studies at school more easily and their school grades and demeanor tend to improve. At this level children will still be unable to learn and discover new things for themselves beyond the scope of their school lessons. For children to really be able to invest time and effort in pursuing their interests and taking on new challenges, they need to develop their ability to the extent that they don't have to worry about their school grades at all. When children advance two or three years or more beyond their school grade level they display great advancements, not only in terms of their academic ability but also in terms of positive traits such as independence, ability to take initiative, sense of judgment, creativity and more.
By making the goal of the Kumon Method "reaching high school level worksheets through self-learning" and having our students advance independently beyond their school grade level, we at Kumon wish to foster the confidence to take on challenges and a spirit of independence in children that will enable them to find their own paths in life.
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