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# Self-Directed Math Guides

## Now you can instantly find out what areas your student is struggling in and WHY...and all at no cost to you!

### Let Us Do All The Work For You! Here's How

Self-direction is all about independence and learning why your student is struggling.

This comment from one teacher inspired us to create a system of self-directed learning materials that will decrease teacher burnout or chronic stress that leads to physical or emotional exhaustion.

“If you have trouble with your multiplication tables, you will stand no chance at long division. And yet the student is still expected to take the quizzes and tests on long division."

Here's How It Works:

# Our Self-Directed Guides

### Simplifying Fractions

This self-directed guide is a great way to help you practice and learn to simplify fractions.

### Least Common Denominator

This self-directed guide is a great way to help you practice and learn how to find the least common denominator.

### Comparing Fractions

This self-directed guide is a great way to help you practice and learn how to compare fractions.

This self-directed guide is a great way to help you practice and learn to add and subtract fractions.

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## Reviews

"I have struggled with fractions during school and when my kids were in elementary school this would have been such a huge help. The examples and practice problems are clear and concise and with the answer key available you can check your work. Definitely will use for the grandkids!"

-Laurie Cline

## Reviews

"Fantastic illustrations and guidance for teaching and learning about fractions. This is perfect for our children who loved the clear steps and visuals that helped their understanding. Highly recommended!!!"

-Aoife Wai

## Reviews

"As someone who struggled in math, I found it helpful in understanding simple fractions. Also I could pass this book along to another teacher for the do now activities."

-LaShana Kirksey

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