# Heavenly Father’s Favorite Numbers Vol. 1: Addition and Subtraction

After reviewing the basics of math, students learn the principles of addition and subtraction, including “carrying” and “borrowing.” 96 Pages (Agest 5 – 11)

\$12.95

# Heavenly Father’s Favorite Numbers Vol. 2: Multiplication and Division

This math workbook presents basic principles of multiplication and division.  As with Volume 1, this book will help students understand that everything in the world and in the universe is patterned by God and His use of numbers.  They will practice thinking skills and self-govern with their own creativity.  Timed practice sheets help the students memorize the facts.   (Ages 9 – 12)  64 pages

\$12.95

# Heavenly Father’s Favorite Numbers Vol. 3: Fun With Fractions

How does Heavenly Father use fractions? You will be surprised to discover many scriptures that refer to fractions — such as a “third” of the hosts of heaven, found in the book of Revelation. With this fun new addition to our junior math program, the younger students will gain a full understanding of how and why fractions are used in mathematics. It begins with very simple examples, and progresses to applying fractions to money, time, and music with fun, hands-on learning exercises. Students make designs, cut shapes out of clay, add, subtract, and create with Heavenly Father’s Favorite Numbers — Fractions!

\$12.95

# Math Masters – Parent/Teacher Guide

Math Masters is written for children ages 4 to 8, with an emphasis on having FUN with numbers and their application.   (109 pages)

\$16.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 1 – Numeration

The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.” This student workbook contains 20 principles of numeration (whole numbers), and students learn the basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. (Ages 10 and up, 40 pages)

\$12.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 10 – Algebra

The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”  This student workbook contains 30 principles of algebra.  An introduction explains the basics of why algebra uses letters to represent unknown numbers.  Ages 12 and up.  (68 pages)

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 2 – Fractions

(Ages 10 and up, 38 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”

This student workbook contains 33 principles of fractions, and students learn the basics of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions, as well as reducing. Vocabulary words students learn along with the principles include: proper and improper fractions, mixed numbers, multiples, common multiples, least common multiple, common factors, greatest common factor, common denominator, reciprocal, etc. The principles of exponents and order of operations are also included, as well as several reviews and answer keys throughout the book.

The method is different from other math books because students are expected to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding and knowledge of fractions.

EXAMPLE: Principle #1 states: “A Fraction is Part of a Whole.” Five examples of fractions are shown in circles – ½, 1/3, 2/4, ¼, and ¾. Students then have the opportunity to draw five shapes and divide them any way they choose, writing the fraction above their illustrations.

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 3 – Decimals

(Ages 10 and up, 26 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”

This student workbook contains 19 principles of decimals, and an introduction explains the origin of the dollar sign and cents. Writing amounts of money is the most common exposure young people will have to decimals, and so this is the emphasis in this booklet. Students learn the basics of rounding, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with decimals. Principles of place values and exponents are also included, as well as several reviews and answer keys throughout the book.

This method is different from other math books because students are expected to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding and knowledge of the use of decimals.

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 4 – Ratios and Proportions

(Ages 10 and up, 21 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”

This student workbook contains 15 principles of ratio & proportion, and an introduction explains the importance of understanding these principles. Students learn various vocabulary words associated with this subject, such as “units,” “rate,” “unit rate,” “true proportion,” and “cross products.” Students also learn the basics of comparisons. Several reviews and answer keys check the student’s knowledge throughout the book.

This method is different from other math books because students are expected to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding, knowledge and use of ratio and proportion.

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 5 – Percents

(Ages 10 and up, 22 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”

This student workbook contains 15 principles of percents, and an introduction explains to the student why it is important to understand how percentages work. Students learn the relationship of percents to decimals and fractions. They also learn to solve percent problems by writing “basic percent equations.” Principles of multiplication and division are also included, as well as several reviews and answer keys throughout the book.

This method is different from other math books because students are expected to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding and knowledge of the use of percents.

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 6 – Statistics

The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”  This student workbook contains 15 principles of statistics. Students learn the basics of different kinds of charts which compare and analyze data. (26 pages)

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 7 – Weights and Measures

(Ages 12 and up, 46 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”

This student workbook contains 27 principles of weights and measures. Students learn the basic standards of weighing and measuring with the customary units used in the U.S. They also learn the metric system as a matter of information. Principles also cover abbreviations commonly used and methods of converting smaller units, measuring foot-pounds, horsepower, and converting standard measurements to metric measurements. Several reviews and answer keys check the student’s knowledge throughout the book.

This method is different from other math books because students are expected to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding and knowledge of the use of weights and measures.

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 8 – Business Math

The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”  This student workbook contains 37 principles of business math, and an introduction gives an explanation of how “business” works in different scenarios. (53 pages)

\$9.95

# Principles of Mathematics Vol. 9 – Geometry

(Ages 12 and up, 52 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”

This student workbook contains 34 principles of geometry, and an introduction explains the many uses of geometry in occupations and jobs. Students learn the basics of geometrical shapes, as well as how to figure the area, perimeter, radius, diameter, circumference, etc. of flat objects. Degrees of various lines are explained, including different types of angles and how to figure composite geometric figures.

Principles also cover square units, cubic unites, square roots, the Pythagorean Theorem, and congruent objects. Several reviews and answer keys challenge the student’s knowledge throughout the book.

This method is different from other math books because students are expected to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding and knowledge of the use of geometry.

\$9.95

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