Geometry with LEGO and Brainers Grades 2-3A Ages 7-9 Color Edition: Color Edition

Geometry with LEGO and Brainers Grades 2-3A Ages 7-9 Color Edition: Color Edition
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Where to start:

An advanced or interested in math 2nd grader may start at Grades 2-3 if they are in 2nd grade.

If math is a challenging subject, start at Grades 2-3 if they are in 3rd grade.

Geometry with LEGO and BRAINERS makes

the foundations for students’ success in Geometry:

  • Common Core State Standards
  • preparation for standardized tests such as SCAT®, CogAT®, and etc.
  • full geometry curriculum that covers each grade level in great depth
  • procedural fluency
  • modeling and building with Lego bricks
  • information coding (color-, border-, line coding)
  • alive, engaging, and fun explanations with Brainers
  • a good training for teachers in how to explain math concepts
  • no lengthy teaching manuals for parents and teachers
  • favorite children's font
  • answers with step-by-step solutions.

Our Approach Focuses on:

  • all kids are gifted
  • conceptual understanding
  • reasoning, critical thinking skills
  • flexibility
  • creative-thinking skills
  • STEM mindset growth
  • visualization and play
  • Olympiad math
  • puzzles, brainteasers, game situations
  • open, purposeful questions.

“Geometry with LEGO and Brainers” is an excellent curriculum to cover Grades 2-3 in greater depth – preparing a child for any standardized test (such as SCAT®, CogAT®, etc.), succeeding in higher test scores on geometry, and developing creative skills and conceptual understanding.

Geometry patterns create a foundation for future success in Geometry (yes, one of the “most disliked” math subjects for many students), developing skills for abstraction, analyzation, and exploration.

Engaging visual geometry problems through visualization and play with LEGO bricks teach students to make comparisons, draw conclusions, develop mathematical reasoning skills, and prepare for higher-level geometry.

Fun and engaging activities with shapes and angles strengthen geometry understanding and help students to not “hit the wall” in middle school geometry classes.

Active student engagement and involvement (build, cut, write in, fill in, draw, break, make) in geometry problems entertain students and help to explore one of the most difficult math subjects in an engaging and fun way. Besides visual geometry problems contribute to the development of the inner imagination of students.

Olympiad geometry problems are challenging, but they evolve gradually with Brainers’ explanations, and thus, help students build and expand their critical thinking and analytical skills, and reasoning.

Open, purposeful questions – where the answer depends on students’ experience, knowledge, and critical thinking abilities – encourage questioning and self-explanation. These problems implemented in Common Core Math Curriculum show that the only way to learn and find an answer is to investigate, think, reason, and use logic. They teach that open-question does not demand only one correct answer. A student may make mistakes, struggle, and ask for help.

Brainers give easy-to-follow explanations and examples. So, you do not need lengthy teaching manuals. Brainers also give excellent teaching tips and insights for teachers.

Brainers do not show the meaning or way to solve the problem to the students, but instead teach how to understand the meaning through diagrams, modeling, and building.

The workbook has answers with step-by-step solutions.