Big discount for small groups
Mathematics works so much better when colleagues, friends, and family support one another! We want to help people do math together in local classes, groups of parents, and math circles. That’s why you now get big discounts for small bundles of paperback books, plus savings on shipping. This is also perfect for larger groups, fundraisers, and small bookstores, and you can resell the books at full price. Or buy five books and give four to friends as gifts.
You get $5 off each poster – that’s a third of the price! – if you buy 5 copies of Multiplication Models or more.
You get $1 off each poster if you buy 2 to 4 posters.
24×36 glossy poster
This poster is a living project! Created by and for mathematicians, educators, children, and parents, this multiplication poster uses clear, fun pictures to present twelve common multiplication models. Each model (or “story”) is illustrated with two different picture examples, formulas, and a list of well-designed multiplication activities. Natural Math® people use the poster at international education conferences, teacher workshops, kids’ rooms, and home-school parent meetings. Ask questions, get ideas, and share stories at the Natural Math® website.
Multiplication is our most requested course topic. This course is self-paced, organized into three themes: calculus, algebra, and number sense.
We love to read notes from participants explaining why they join, so here are a few:
We give you lots of ideas for adapting them for younger (ages 3-5) and older (13+ ) children. A single activity can take you as little as 10 minutes or as long as a couple of hours, depending on how much your child and you get into it.
Multiplication Explorers invites you to master holistic approach to learning multiplication. Memorization based on smart number patterns is a part of it. The course also includes bridges between multiplication and natural world, as well as links to many virtual and imaginary worlds in books, music, technology, art, and games.
|Dr. Maria Droujkova is a parent, curriculum developer and mathematics education consultant. Maria brings together leaders in mathematics education, researchers, developers, parents and teachers for projects and discussions of family mathematics, early algebra, individualized instruction, math games and math clubs.|
|Technology specialist – Dmitri Droujkov works in requirements and development management, programming, and design for educational software and platforms. Dmitri’s interests include integration of all aspects of the development cycle, agile development methodologies, and facilitation of distributed development by web based collaboration tools and development tools. Through design of smart tech tools, Dmitri supports and enables deep innovation in STEM education. Dmitri’s site|