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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Learning can be fun for children when they're introduced to an exciting way of learning. In Imhotep's Learning Concepts Vol: 1a by Akua Agusi, your child will enjoy this beautifully colorful workbook that is designed to help young readers to experience and learn about the various aspects of math. Here is where your child will learn how to count, add, trace numbers and subtract, all with the purpose of solving mathematical problems. Basic math is the initial concept that your child must learn and grasp in order to improve and increase their cognitive skills and abilities. In addition to the variety of mathematical learning practices, your child will learn how to color, draw and count in five different languages. Learning languages can be a great asset for exploration in enhancing your child's future.
Children will not only learn mathematical basics, but will learn to count in English, Ki-Swahili, Yoruba, KMT and Kongo. I believe that this is an added bonus because a child’s world and surroundings are enhanced when they're able to explore new and different things. I loved the Egyptian touch of the various images that helped to explain and teach children about various aspects of math. Children can also learn about the pyramids and famous images that are special to the African culture. If you're seeking a math workbook that your child can enjoy, learn from and experience, this book is a must-have.