# Right Brain Visual Number Cards- Teacher Edition- Large 8 in x 11 in

## Right Brain Visual Number Cards- Teacher Edition- Large 8 in x 11 in

\$14.99

Using the Visual Number Cards, you will teach to your child’s strong visual memory through the dots on the numbers and story on the back of each card.  We use this method instead of memorizing addition or subtraction facts.  Kids love how fast they get good at doing hard, long computation problems using these zany memory tricks.

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### Description

Right Brain Visual Number Cards- TEACHER EDITION

Why did we make a larger version of the Right Brain Visual Number Cards?

For teachers who are working with more than one child, having larger cards to post up on the wall or board in front of a group is much easier than having the small flashcards on the table. It is also very beneficial to keep these cards posted high up on the wall outside of the math lesson. Remember, their “camera” is always on!

It’s easy to teach using Right Brain Adding strategies. By imbedding pictures on data, we teach the whole with the parts. No more counting on their fingers!

What’s included?

• Eight 8X11 Right Brain Visual Number cards with the number on the front with a picture embedded on it and the story on the back are such an easy method to use to teach addition.
• Instruction Card

Using the Visual Number Cards, you will teach to your child’s strong visual memory through the dots on the numbers and story on the back of each card.  We use this method instead of memorizing addition or subtraction facts.  Kids love how fast they get good at doing hard, long computation problems using these zany memory tricks. Instead of memorizing a fact, every time he/she sees a “5”, for example, he/she will see the dots in his/her head, count the dots, and add quickly.

Then write out large problems on the whiteboard with three columns across and three down, beginning with a problem that does not require any carrying or “re-grouping” yet. Each column is in a different color.  Your child will love using the dots to quickly add up columns.  After he/she has done this easily for a few weeks on both the white board and on worksheets, then do the same thing, but with “carrying”.