Life of Fred - Elementary Mathematics: Farming
You are ready to start Life of Fred Elementary when...
1. You can talk in sentences.
2. You are willing to listen to a 5 page story.
3. You can hold a pencil.
4. You can print the digits 0 to 10
5. You know your basic addition and subtraction facts up to 10
Dr. Schmidt recommends that all students up to 4th grade start with Apples and work their way through the entire elementary series.
This book covers beginning mathematics including . . .
- Adding to 14
- Adding to 16
- Rows of a Matrix
- Median Average
- Union of Sets
- All of Mathematics Generated by the Empty Set
- Proof that the Set of Everything (the Universal Set) Cannot Exist
- Cardinality of a Set
- Collinear Points
- Numbers vs. Numerals
- Borrowing One in Subtraction
- Definition of Function
- Domain and Codomain
- Radius and Ulna
- Dollars in Different Denominations
- and much more . . .
Unlike all other math programs, this one also teaches about:
• Why Many Dolls Have a Vacant Stare
• Three Things in Order to be Great
• Collective Nouns
• Cock-a-doodle-doo in Four Languages
• Circumference of the World, What Iniquitous Means
• The Second Sound Recording Ever Made
• The Proof that Every Number is Interesting
• Flour Fights Are Fun
• Rhetorical Questions
• The Game of Questions
• Humerus vs. Humorous
The answers are included in the textbook.
Life of Fred Farming is a hardcover textbook containing 128 pages. This book is not consumable. All answers are written on separate paper or in a notebook. It is designed to be read with the student.
Life of Fred Farming contains 19 lessons and is designed to take approximately one month to complete.
(description c/o the Life of Fred website)
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