## Learn Math Fast System Volume 1 Overview

**Included:**

283-page paperback book

51 lessons, 51 worksheets, four-chapter tests and one final test

Answer Key in the back of the book

An Answer Card for the verbal tests

**Why start with Volume 1?**

Volume 1 teaches students how to add and subtract single digit numbers in their mind. This is a skill that is often missing from other curricula, and it is generally what holds a student back from exceling in math. Once they learn how to add and subtract single digit numbers, they can take advantage of tricks like the 9's trick and the 11's trick (see below).

Have a young student? No problem, everyone goes at their own pace. Just give them several days or weeks to learn each lesson. There are supplemental worksheets on this website, if your student needs more practice.

**OPTIONS:**

is an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet that contains hints to all the most easily forgotten math concepts from volumes 1 - 4. So, let's say you're in pre-algebra and you have to divide fractions, and you can't remember if that's when you flip the fraction or not. Just look down at your Big, Big Bookmark and see that you flip the second fraction and then multiply straight across. Available for purchase at the bottom of this page and in the Store.**Our Big, Big Bookmark**contains one copy of every worksheet from volume one and one copy of every (Volume 1) supplemental worksheet that you can download from our website. In addition, you'll get a third worksheet per lesson, review worksheets before the tests, and a few bonus worksheets and puzzles. This book is best suited for a young student. Older students typically don't need three worksheets per lesson. This is the only volume that has a separate book of extra worksheets.**Our Book of Worksheets**

**Sample pages of Volume 1:**

Stand Alone or Supplemental?

This book teaches the foundation of math starting at 2 + 3. Students should already know how to count, read and write numbers, and have a basic understanding of 2 + 1 before starting. Topics such as telling time, the calendar, Roman numerals, and tally marks are considered math, but are not taught in the Learn Math Fast System. Most homeschoolers can teach those topics over time without a book. This book will teach anyone, at any age, how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide with the greatest of ease - quickly!

Scope and Sequence

Students will learn how to add and subtract single-digit numbers in their mind.

Fluency in multiplication facts and triple-digit multiplication problems.

Addition, subtraction, and multiplication are taught with and without a decimal point.

Long division with and without a decimal point is taught. Students will learn to write their remainders with a fraction, a decimal point, or as a whole number.

Place Value up to the one hundred billionth place is taught.

Students can round a number up or down.

US Measurements and Unit of Measurement are taught

## A TESTIMONIAL FROM AN AMAZON TOP CONTRIBUTOR

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GCTop Contributor: Children's Books

*5.0 out of 5 stars*amazing results

Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2022

I tutored my grandson over zoom. We began with the idea that I would drill him in multiplication and help him memorize his facts, a skill he failed in school. After one session, I realized he could do little more than add 2+1--At. Age. Nine! We went back to the beginning with LMFS. In only a few weeks, he was proficient in addition and subtraction. I wondered what they had been doing with him in school to allow him to fall so far behind. After a few months, he mastered the basic operations. Sadly, he fizzled out of our tutoring sessions once he caught up to grade level. However, I'm so grateful for this easy-to-use method. With varying levels of success, I've taught math to children of high to low learning abilities with many different systems: MathUSee, Saxon, RightStart, Video Text, Life of Fred, Understanding Mathematics From Counting to Calculus, and several others. Like AlphaPhonics, Learn Math Fast System isn't full of bells, whistles, and distracting graphics, but it beats them all.

Table of Contents:

Table of Contents:

Adding and Subtracting up to 5

Adding and Subtracting up to 6

Adding and Subtracting up to 7

Adding and Subtracting up to 8

Adding and Subtracting up to 9

Adding and Subtracting up to 10

Adding and Subtracting the same number

Chapter 1 Review Test

Adding numbers larger than 10

Adding small numbers in your mind

Subtracting small numbers in your mind

Adding and Subtracting Double Digit Numbers

Adding and Subtracting by 10's

Adding Double Digits

Adding Several Double Digit Numbers

Place Value up to the One Hundred's Column

Subtracting

Borrowing in Subtraction Problems

Borrowing with Zeros

Chapter 2 Review Test

Multiplication and Division

Multiplying by 0, 1, and 2

Multiplying by 3

Multiplying by 4

Multiplying by 5

Multiplication is the Opposite of Division (Division)

Multiplication, Factors and Products (Division)

Multiplying and Dividing by 6

Multiplying and Dividing by 7

Multiplying and Dividing by 8

Multiplying and Dividing by 9/Using the 9's Trick

Multiplying by 10

Multiplying by 11

Multiplying by 12

Multiplying by Hand

Multiplying Three Digit Numbers

Division

Long Division

Place Value to One Billion

Multiplying Three-Digit Numbers by Two-Digit Numbers

Greater Than, Less Than and The Decimal Point

Adding with Decimal Numbers

Multiplying with Decimal Numbers

Division with Remainders

Division with Fractional Remainders

Dividing Decimal Numbers

Dividing with Three Digit Numbers

Dividing with a Decimal Number

Rounding

The Mean (Averages)

Chapter 3 Review Test

US Measurements

Lengths

Fluid Ounce

Cups, Pints, Quarts and Gallons

Weight

Chapter 4 Review Test

Final Test