**So your child hates math.**

We've all been there - your child is sitting at the kitchen table, looking dazed and miserable because she doesn't want to finish the pile of math worksheets in front of her. Teaching children to do math is tough, mostly because they decide they hate it at an early age. But your child dislikes math worksheets because he/she is a normal child. Most kids hate math because they aren't learning it they want to learn it.

Young kids hate math because they hate worksheets. Traditionally, math is taught by repetitively writing numbers and spending hours putting a pencil to paper and learning to calculate by writing. Worksheets require handwriting skills, patience, and a lot of focus - things that most young children haven't yet developed. Worksheets are all about writing things down, and children that don't have great writing skill get frustrated because they simply don't like to write, which eventually gets translated into not liking math. When your child is weak in fine motor skills, (boys often do poorly in this regard) worksheets mean misery.

So how do we make math fun? When you take the writing part out of the equation, children love math. Math done mentally, or Verbal Math, makes math fun. It cuts down on the misery of worksheets and builds a child's arithmetic skills quickly.

Most children do not like to do repetitive math problems, but see verbal math problems as a game and a challenge. In our Verbal Math series, we removed handwriting from math problems to to help children cement fundamental mathematical skills. Our goal is to help your children develop math fluency early on, which leads to immediate improvements in their school work. Nothing gives a child a feeling of confidence like being able to do math problems in his head.

The best part about Verbal Math is that it's fun, and teaches kids to think of math as a game, rather than as a chore. The Verbal Math books encourage children to think of math as a challenge, which helps them develop a love for mathematics. Kids start disliking a subject when they're intimated or bored, so when they learn to think of it as a fun puzzle, they're encouraged and aren't afraid of tough math problems. As with reading, once fluent in basic arithmetic skills, the child can move on to complex, conceptual mathematical thinking.

- All problems in the books are to be done verbally.

- This course serves as a

- Each lesson in the book includes an introduction, review of each concept, and exercises. The books start with simple operations and move on to word problems that serve to reinforce and automatize familiar concepts, with a view to developing mastery, skill, and facility.

**There are many mental math books out there, but ours is the only one that is completely comprehensive, step-by-step, leaving no area undone.**If your child likes to play games, and you are looking for a fun way to teach math, Verbal Math Lesson is the one and only series of its kind.The best part about Verbal Math is that it's fun, and teaches kids to think of math as a game, rather than as a chore. The Verbal Math books encourage children to think of math as a challenge, which helps them develop a love for mathematics. Kids start disliking a subject when they're intimated or bored, so when they learn to think of it as a fun puzzle, they're encouraged and aren't afraid of tough math problems. As with reading, once fluent in basic arithmetic skills, the child can move on to complex, conceptual mathematical thinking.

**What you should know about Verbal Math**- All problems in the books are to be done verbally.

**No pencil or paper is required or allowed.**- This course serves as a

**supplement**for learning speed and accuracy in doing math problems.Our verbal math exercises are created to train children to use fundamentals of arithmetic so skillfully that their written work will be become easier, quicker, and more accurate. Oral efficiency is "carried over" into written work.- Each lesson in the book includes an introduction, review of each concept, and exercises. The books start with simple operations and move on to word problems that serve to reinforce and automatize familiar concepts, with a view to developing mastery, skill, and facility.