WARNING! Make make tables learning easy.
(PRWEB UK) 5 May 2011
The Daily Telegraph's recently published article, sings the praises of Mrs J's Brilliant Tables Game.
Most children eventually manage to master their Times Tables, but the rote learning process of repetition from memory can be a tedious and frustrating one. Think Smile Learn, a leading UK based children's educational resources provider, have an outstanding educational game which makes learning Times Tables fun and uncomplicated from an early age.
Young children are hardly alone in struggling with maths. Lenny Henry touched on this in his Radio 4 programme, What’s So Great About Maths? For many, there is something intrinsically terrifying about numbers.
Thankfully, there is deliverance through Emma Jonas, a maths teacher and former headmistress. With glowing testimonies about how she has coached children through the 11-plus her reputation has grown following the publication of her book, Mrs J Rules – A self-help maths book (and subsequently Mrs J Rocks – A self-help English book). Both are selling well and she looks like doing for maths and English what Supernanny did for the naughty step.
Tables, according to Mrs J, are the building blocks of all maths. "Children often say they know their tables, but they are effectively counting. If they can give the answer instantly they can do more complicated sums such as imperfect fractions so much quicker. This transforms their results in exams for their entire school career,” she says. The Jonas technique is to make tables fun.
Jonas turns table learning into a brightly coloured card game, which is multi-sensorial.
It really does seem to live up to its slogan: “Warning: might make tables easy”. She calls her recent success a “miracle”, admitting that when she self-published her book even the printer reckoned she was wasting her time. “He said a lot of this will need to be recycled,” laughs Jonas.
This bestselling fun educational game for kids makes learning Times Tables enjoyable and uncomplicated.
Think Smile Learn from The Parent Teacher Centre, Sevenoaks, Kent.