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Advanced multisensory math is child's play when you have base 10 manipulatives that Students can get their hands on. If the students have been playing with blocks and making drawings, And concepts that are not easily modeled with base 10 blocks can be sketched Which is tremendously helpful. Adding the visual component can make all the difference. Here is a PDF that carries some weight (although it's a little late) from Stanford: SEEING AS UNDERSTANDING: The Importance of Visual Mathematics for our Brain and Learning.

Remember the basic skill sets that you need to do "Advanced" Mortensen mathematics is the ability to count to 9, form a rectangle and tell me whether something the same or different or not. Lessons on this page were designed for young children...Many of the concepts can be introduced at a very early age; however their inexperience and inability to count quickly via the Basic Operations (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication Division) increases the cognitive load to the point where understanding is lost.

Check out Module Two for more on how to keep the numbers small & the concepts big.

Although it is Module IV it is neither last nor leaste, it should be used right along side or concurrently with the other modules. The idea isn't to do the other modules first and then do module four the idea is to incorporate the lessons as early as possible and use these lessons to build skill sets. For example the doughnut factory/water tank problems can be introduced to 7 year olds if you tell the story right and build the problems starting small and working your way up. i also have fun boat and current problems as well as solution/mixture problems:

*What if i have some eleven dollar a pound coffee and some three dollar a pound coffee but i want to mix them and make five dollar a pound coffee. How many bags of three dollar a pound coffee do i mix with my eleven dollar a pound coffee to get five dollar a pound coffee?*

Any little boy or girl can be shown how to solve story problems like that with ease and have fun doing it. Purposeful play. Using base ten blocks. You have to see it to believe it. i hope you understand how powerful this method is.

If you can count to nine, form a rectangle and tell me if something same or different or not, you should be fine on every single one of these pages. These pages are designed for the 10 and under crowd. DO not save these lessons for last, they should be used concurrently with the other modules. Particularly module two.

Pythagorean Theorem. *a*^{2} + *b*^{2} = *c*^{2 }This page makes Pythagorean Theorem child's play. You will see it applied to distance formula and story problems. You also get about five minutes of me playing in a second grade classroom in a public school. Spend some time on this page and Pythagorean theorem for little kids will be easy and you'll understand how to teach it to them.

https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/pythagorean-theorem.html

This Trig page** ALONE** is again worth the entire cost of all four modules in a lifetime passport...I have heard that many times now. Getting people to comment and write testimonials is like pulling teeth. The fact that I have so many in and of itself should be a clue to some of you. Please go back and leave comments good bad or indifferent on these pages so people can see it's not just me.

https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/trigonometry-with-base-ten-blocks-entry.html

The Trig To Eight Year Old's Page breaks down basic trig functions like SIN, COS and TAN and make them concrete and understandable. Finding angles and sides is easy when you can get you hands on it and understand what the words mean and what the questions are asking. Actual lessons show you how to show your kids (or yourself) how easy trig can be.

https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/How-To-Teach-Trig-To-An-Eight-Year-Old.html

Advanced Algebra: This page show how to do negative expressions and integers as well as graphing polynomials, some story problems and more. Shows little kids doing "advanced" math. The point is not that they are geniuses the point is if they can do it you can do it and learn how o show your kids too. There is NO PLACE else you will find 5 and 6 year olds factoring problems like x² - x - 6 or 8 year olds factoring third and fourth power polynomials and HAVING FUN DOING IT. They ask for it.

https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/homeschool-math-advanced-algebra-entry-page.html

Check out Oscar's Page. This page has eight videos covering more advanced topics. Graphing polynomials, vertex form, problem solving, trigonometry, plotting secant lines, boat & current and more

https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Oscars-page.html

Functions & Relationships This is a pdf of one of the old out of print Series A manuals. Clears up a lot of issues students have with pre-calculus concepts and shows you how to do some basic water tank and constant rate problems with a half hour video. Again, nobody is showing you how to do this kind of math with the ten and under crowd. **NOBODY**. https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Series-A-Manual-Functions-And-Relationships.html

Pythagorean Theorem This page makes Pythagoras' theory super easy to understand and completely visually obvious! Any little kid it can do this. In fact, you'll see little kids doing it on the page. I used to teach these lessons to second graders. A great lesson to dovetail into after you've built some squares and a maybe even pyramid out of squares. https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/pythagorean-theorem.html

Derivation of pi. This is a presentation that again you won't find anywhere else. Shows you how to show ** why** it's πr². Rather than just memorize a formula, understand how the formula was derived and what it means starting with length times width. Finding area always boils down to making rectangles.

https://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Pi-r-sq-entry.html

Derivation of the Quadratic equation. Shows you how to use blocks & pictures to explain and understand the quadratic equation...So that's not just a string of symbols to memorize which mean little to nothing.

**Added Bonus:**

Superduper Supersecret Math Group on Facebook. If you would like to join send me an e-mail as well, just hit the "contact us" link Put "SSMG" in the subject line and tell me what name to look for...Many times your email account, PayPal account, and your Facebook account names do not match...

The benefits of joining that group are

1) You get updates & the new stuff first. For example those members got the Series A and Winter Training months before the rest of the lifetime members did..

2) You can ask questions and get help from me and other experienced Mortensen Math Users

3) You can set up playtime with others anywhere on the planet using various video chat software

4) From time to time I make videos that answer questions from the members, which means there's quite a bit of unique content there. **If you do join, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and work your way up.**

**Lifetime Passwords** are just that...you get a pass for a lifetime. Pay once and you are good, forever. Come back as often as you like. Watch vids, download PDFs. You get all my passwords to get through all my pay walls all for one low price...currently 4 passwords open almost all of my pages.. When you purchase the LIFETIME PASSPORT you get them all for one low price: $999.00...if you want the Algebra course it is $600.00 by itself but only $250.00 with a lifetime Passport. Teacher training is $400.00 but you can break it up into 12 easy installments of 37.00 Or get all four passwords for a few dollars more but 24 months.

Or you can purchase individual modules, & get a lifetime of access. Hit the Contact Us tab for the PayPal link or use the handy buttons provided.

***Unlimited Lifetime Access:**Passport 4 Passwords + AC** = All four passwords plus the Algebra Course. Basically all of my passwords for a one time fee of $1249.00. You will also get the crash course and Hurricane Training and all of my books.**Passport 4 Passwords $999.00** = All four passwords. You will also get the crash course and Hurricane Training and all of my books. But no Algebra Course. You can always buy it separately for $250.00 if you buy all four passwords.

MOD 1: Series A+ Easy PZ + PDFs **PDF Only (MOD I) $100.00** = Module One. PDFs and Books and more PDFs. You get the series A manuals, my books and the EZ PZ Overview. You will also get the Crash Course and Hurricane Training. This module has all ten Series A Manuals online plus my books and workbooks, as well as worksheets for learning how to write numbers, pdfs explaining the method and make it EZ PZ, pdfs for practicing concepts. A plethora of PDFs all in on place. Most of them have explanatory videos to go along with them so you get best use out of them. It will take you quite a while to download and print it all. This has an entry page.

MOD 2: Parent Teacher Training + Winter Training **Training (MOD II) $400.00** = Module Two. Training you won't get anywhere else. You will also get the Crash Course and Hurricane Training and all of my books. Module one and two are a great combination. You will learn how to teach math using base ten blocks whether you are planning to homeschool or a side hustle, this Module will put you well ahead of any competition. Best of all the videos are fun...they may not be exactly entertaining, but they certainly are engaging. i get great results so you will get great results because i teach you how and the theory behind it, in other words how and WHY. This page has an entry page.

MOD 3 : Sitewide **SiteWide (MOD III) $250.00** = Module Three is the most bang for your buck. It isn't so much a module with an entry page as a collection of pages. When in doubt try the Mod III password. Coupled with Module One, you basically get my website from 10 years ago before i added all the parent/teacher training and the so called "advanced" pages. Spend time on these pages and training will be a breeze. Module Three puts theory into practice. Module Two gives you theory and some practice, this module is all theory in practice right in front of your eyes, you see and hear the children learning in real time. You can hear the ah-ha moments...the lessons are unrehearsed with real students. They are fun because learning is fun and watching others learn is fun too.

MOD 4: "Advanced Pages" + SSDSS Facebook Math Group **"Advanced" (Module IV) $250.00** = i say "advanced" because Module Four is higher level math, but really you are still just creatively applying the five basic concepts. It has however come to my attention that other curriculums are not using the blocks to teach upper level algebra, and resort to symbols only in their books. i put the pictures back in and show you what the symbols mean and what the problems look like. This greatly enhances speed and efficiency of learning as well as making abstract concepts accessible to kinesthetic learners who can build the problems from the drawings. Visual learners love this method because they can see the symbols and operations, which makes it fun.

I have lots of explanatory videos to make and add. I also have several entry or landing pages to build. When the dust settles it should be much easier to navigate, to get started, & to know what to do next.

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**Another Added Bonus:**

I rarely recommend YouTube channels. But here are several that are excellent.

Numberphile & Numberphile2 Are excellent channels. They give great explanations about mathematical concepts. This should definitely be one of your bookmarked or subscribed to YouTube pages. Hours of fun Math Enrichment here.

"3Blue1Brown." He has over 1 million subscribers. Many of his videos are priceless. He has quite a few videos on all manner of topics. There are a couple of them that I like so much they actually appear on some of my pages because he does such excellent animations, some of them are perfect for use with base 10 blocks.

Another channel I like very much is James Tanton's YouTube channel.

He also has so many videos it might take you quite a while to find a video like this:

I show you how to graph polynomials using base 10 blocks. I also make it as easy as 1,2,3. I have shown this video to high school students who were having difficulty graphing polynomial's. As one student said, "that didn't help." But then we went over it using blocks...And suddenly this video made perfect sense. Other students watch this video & it clears things up. All by itself.

I find lessons on completing the square & factoring are important to understand before you tackle that vid.

Want to see more free pages & lessons & other free stuff on this site?

Consider a dollar a month.

For $1 per month (the lowest level subscription) you get access to

The

Super Duper Super Secret Facebook Page.

You'll find hours and hours of videos with base ten blocks and information you won't may not find anywhere else not even on this website. I often post video tutoring sessions there. Other people post vids and links there. Lessons cost the people doing them minimum $50.00 and hour. You can watch 2 to 10 of them a month for a dollar...Do the math. Currently 127 people are there. About half of them are active.

You basically get a support group for a buck a month.**Here's My Patreon:**

https://www.patreon.com/CrewtonRamone

*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. *

*It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows.” ~Epictetus*

*“Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” ~James Madison*

*"Much learning does not teach understanding." ~Heraclitus**More education quotes.*

**Note:** Mortensen Product Ordering Buttons Have Been Removed Due To Shipping/Inventory Issues. i basically DO NOT sell product for them anymore. Use eBay or other sources for base ten blocks.

Want to see more free pages & lessons & other free stuff on this site?

Consider a dollar a month.

For $1 per month (the lowest level subscription) you get access to

The

Super Duper Super Secret Facebook Page.

You'll find hours and hours of videos with base ten blocks and information you won't may not find anywhere else not even on this website. I often post video tutoring sessions there. Other people post vids and links there. Lessons cost the people doing them minimum $50.00 and hour. You can watch 2 to 10 of them a month for a dollar...Do the math. Currently 127 people are there. About half of them are active.

You basically get a support group for a buck a month.**Here's My Patreon:**

https://www.patreon.com/CrewtonRamone

The superduper supersecret math page on Facebook is NOT FREE. Just sign up for a buck a month or buy books or a password.

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