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Orton-Gillingham Approach for 3rd Grade Math!
Visual Math for the Dyslexic Student & Visual Learner





Edition 1 - Color

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Edition 2 - Black & White

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Just the Facts! Workbook #3 is perfect for students who have mastered addition and subtraction and are ready to learn multiplication, division, and many other math related topics that include these operations. This workbook, 8.5" x 11", has 45 lessons (247 pages) that, like our reading programs, easily walks you through teaching your student math, it's cumulative with repetition. It also utilizes pictures whenever possible to illustrate a concept. Each lesson is done with the student, side-by-side, followed by 1 to 3 pages of independent work.

What makes this math curriculum different than others is that it repeats older material, so concepts are not forgotten. It is also different in that it is designed specifically for visual learners, utilizing many visual aids.

This curriculum is in-line with common core for third grade; the grade in which teachers and parents often start to notice their students struggle with math, especially the students who have struggled with reading and/or may have memory difficulties.


Just the Facts!™ Math Stories Flash Cards

Math Stories Picture

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Since some math facts (multiplication) are difficult to reach by skip counting, and are not easy to commit to memory, we use short stories to help students remember them. These electronic flashcards can be used to supplement our Just the Facts! Workbook curriculum, or as a stand alone teaching aide. There are 11 short stories cards, and 59 practice cards (with visual memory cues).

Math Stories covers the math facts below.

math facts covered by Math Stories

example of Math Stories

Trouble with the 9 times tables?

example of 9x3=27 with hands

See the amazing hand method for an easy way to find the answer!

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