back to Teachers Resources      back to 'AFPM Tests'

Dec Rainey's

Kiwi Maths' Basic Facts Workbook Resources


Dr. Des Rainey
PhD (Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio),
MA (Victoria,
Wellington)

 

Contact:

Doc. Rainey Ltd.

15A Coronation Rd

HIllcrest
Auckland 0627

New Zealand.

 

Tel:+64 9 4198356

office@earlymath.com

 

The highly successful 'Kiwi Maths' of the 90s come back in 2013 because it is as needed now as it was then!
For (dated!) comments/endorsements of the 90s
click here.

'Kiwi Maths' is a 'tables' or basic number facts learning programme. It' is easy to operate, fun to do, and features a unique 'error-free' method of learning. Children set their own goals. They record their own progress. They can aim for a good standard or can work for excellence.

Preferably children have their own workbook and are helped to be proud of what they do in it. Where students already appear to know, say, their easier tables, it is good to do further work on these and bring them up to a level of excellence, setting a standard for the harder tables.

In some remedial instances school may suggest parents approach us directly for guidance.

Des Rainey MA PhD, CEO Doc Rainey Ltd

‘KIWI MATHS’ WORKBOOKS

These are all 48-page booklets - unit price from $5 to $7.50 depending on size of order (plus gst). Children may work on them in class or at home. They are ideal for homework - a page a night! Doc Rainey methods focus on accuracy, then speed with accuracy.

All books contain Charts on which students track their progress and set goals.

‘The Easier Multiplication Tables’ ( tables 2, 3, 4, 5).      ‘The Harder Multiplication Tables' (tables 6, 7, 8, 9)

‘Easier Basic Division’ (division by 2, 3, 4, 5)                 ‘Harder Basic Division’ (division by 6, 7, 8, 9) 

'Easier Basic Addition’ (add 2, 3, 4, 5)                         'Harder Basic Addition’  (add 6, 7, 8, 9)

[For remedial subtraction the Flikstik 'Subtracto' pack is available]

NZ schools orders: call 09 419-8356 or write office@earlymath.com

back to 'AFPM Tests'       back to Teacher Resources