- Reading level: 5 - 6 years
- Cards: 150 pages
- Publisher: Workman Pub Co; Revised edition (1 May 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0761166637
- ISBN-13: 978-0761166634
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.9 x 18.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,773 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Brain Quest For Threes: 300 Questions and Answers to Get a Smart Start: Ages 3-4 Cards – 1 May 2012
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Mode of teaching:
This "book" has about 300 pages of questions, which are actually pictures. Below each picture is a question which the child should answer.
Why it may not work:
The child is often going to get it wrong in the first attempt, but second time would get it right because they associate the correct answer through memory. This association is not to the concept but to the specific image, without understanding what it is about.
The context is quite american. For example, it may be questions about santa claus and christmas instead of diwali. Questions about food styles are also american.
The teaching level required for each student is different. For pre-schoolers (age 3-4), there is no set curriculum and everyone is at different level. Some questions may turn out to be extremely simple and some impossible (which are learnt by rote for next time answering). The "impossible" may lead to frustration in learning, for example in the math questions, which is why i do not recommend this book.
No path to learning:
A good learning curriculum takes a child through a path. At each step they get better and then they are eventually able to answer. This is most definitely a requirement for your child to start enjoying counting and other things. A child should learn, understand and enjoy maths. This book poses questions and has no learning path. A good comparison here is the Cuemath curriculum.
Maybe good to get if your child knows all the concepts in the book as it helps to test them out. But it was not for me.
This has made our bed time more fun..
Definitely a must recommended product...