At Last, Math Benefits from the Fun of Music

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On August 10, 2005, Dr. Frank's book, "Musical Notes On Math" goes on sale in time for school through http://www.madelinefrankviola.com/offers.html. Children love to play games instead of boring exercises. Discover how "Musical Notes On Math", a math music program, can be a great game for learning . Teach fractions and decimals through the game of the rhythm of music. Your child will learn math, the fun way , through the rhythm of music by visually seeing the math to rhythm combination, by clapping and tapping the rhythms and by hearing the combinations.

On August 10, 2005, Dr. Frank's book, "Musical Notes On Math" goes on sale in time for school through http://www.madelinefrankviola.com/offers.html
Children love to play games instead of boring exercises. Discover how "Musical Notes On Math", a math music program, can be a great game for learning . Teach fractions and decimals through the game of the rhythm of music. Your child will learn math, the fun way , through the rhythm of music by visually seeing the math to rhythm combination, by clapping and tapping the rhythms and by hearing the combinations.

Why is Dr. Frank's math to rhythm program unique? Because it is the only one of its kind to teach math through the rhythm of music as a fun game for learning fractions and decimals.No other program does this. Dr. Frank's oldest son, was not doing well in math. The school math book had eight different authors and each page contained eight different concepts. Dr. Frank decided to simplify this to only one concept per page. Children learn concepts one at a time and build on this foundation. Dr. Frank's children have always enjoyed music and what makes music special is the rhythm.

When it was Dr. Frank's younger son's turn to begin school, Dr. Frank had already developed the step by step math to rhythm program and it became a fun game to do at home. In Dr. Frank's younger son's kindergarten class "his teacher said he was very capable of teaching his class math". In first grade, Dr. Frank's younger son's teacher developed an advanced math program in the public school just for "him". Dr. Frank's younger son has been in the advanced math classes ever since. Children learn math through the rhythm of music by visually seeing the math to rhythm combination, by clapping and tapping the rhythms and by hearing the combinations.

Dr. Frank's web site is http://www.madelinefrankviola.com/offers.html

Dr. Frank provides curriculum for students in kindergarten through fifth grade that has been successfully tested by teachers in southeast Virginia. Dr. Frank’s program makes teaching and learning math a much easier and fun process for both teachers and students. Math benefits from the fun of music. Dr.Madeline Frank shows how music can be a great "game" for learning math.

Dr. Frank has written several books and a performance cd on this research : The Secret of Teaching Science & Math Through Music: How Music Can Make You Brighter ? ,and Musical Notes On Math: Teaching decimals and fractions the fun way through the rhythm of music. Madeline’s Midnight Melody CD –Music From Around the world- compliments Dr. Frank's books with a blend of dance music gigues, tangos, ballet and favorites including “Danny Boy”, Puccini’s “O Mio Babbino Caro”, Debussy’s “Claire De Lune” and others. This music was developed for patients with Parkinson’s ,to move by, to help reduce tremors, Alzheimer’s patients to remember , and all others to enjoy and re-stimulate their brains.

Dr.Madeline Frank's web site is http://www.madelinefrankviola.com/offers.html

She can be contacted by telephone at 757-599-3575.

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