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How to Teach Trig to An Eight Year Old.

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You get access to a page that shows you how to use base ten blocks to make trig easy.  Happily even if you don't have base ten blocks you can still follow along with a pencil and a piece of graph paper. Manipulatives make it that much easier though because we add a kinesthetic component to the learning experience.  But if you don't have base 10 blocks, drawing is the next best thing...ideally you would build them AND draw them,  not just draw them but this is still better than symbols alone.

Note: cuisenaire rods will work pretty well here as well. Mortensen math blocks are the best base 10 blocks I know of but any base 10 blocks should do.


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This short 5 minute vid tells you what you get.

Note: I used to sell his page by itself for $39.95.  Now you get Module IV for a one time payment of $111... And you get this page plus a whole bunch of other pages for life. If you haven't already, check out the  password info page for details. And try to remember, these pages are all built for the 10 and under crowd--you don't have to be a teenager to do trigonometry. 

The nice thing is even if you don't have a set of blocks you can use this information to make trig more understandable and accessible to students of all ages. The information "stands alone" as it were. You don't need manipulatives to be able to follow along...graph paper and a pencil should suffice. Manipulatives are optimal though.

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On this page you will learn how to make Trig easy and fun so that it child's play for your students or children. Trig should be easy and fun. Here You will see math broken down into very basic concepts that make math (in this case trig) EZ! Use Micro lessons to make trig come together for your students. These videos show you how.

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Maybe you watch this...for FREE, it won't hurt anything. Yet another FREE sample lesson. If you like this lesson get the password and I'll show you how to keep it simple and teach much more than that...

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Problem Solving Level 1 Bks 1-10 PDFs now for available for sale!!!

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Note: from time to time the passwords change. Simply e-mail me for a new one or a new passport as the case may be. Annual passes are good for one year, lifetime passes are good for as long as the site remains up, (site has been up for eight years now).  All single page passwords have lifetime renewal.

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The superduper supersecret math page on Facebook is NOT FREE. Just pay a one time entrance fee Of $27.50 for lifetime members, or $49.00 If you are "new."

**If you buy the Oct 5th training replay, you also get access to the Facebook page.

People are shocked and amazed when they see how much they get for a password. 50 bucks goes a long way at the house of math.