Math Five – Rapid Calculation and Memory Training
Math Five – Faster Pace and Advanced Memory Training
Math Five is a first semester course similar to Math Three, but with a much faster pace. Math Five is generally recommended for teens and advanced pre-teens who can already multiply and divide. The course teaches mastery of all math operations, powers, factoring, and signed numbers. Students also continue to increase their knowledge of fractions and rapid calculation skills. At this level, they will also learn advanced memory training.
Pre-teens – Teens – First Semester – Factor Master
- 60 lessons in 12 weekly units
- Printable Math Five text, answer keys to text exercises, first semester Math Five posters, rapid calculation cards, rapid factor cards, rapid memory peg cards, Math Five worksheets with answers
- 49 short videos with complete instructions on how to print and use the materials and demonstrations on how to give the lessons
Please note that you will need to print the posters and cards for practice activities.
Build on Your Child’s Success in Math
Each kit builds on the preceding kit so that there are no gaps in knowledge from one to the next. Because of this, children who begin our program at a very early age (three or younger) often are doing algebra by the time they are eight years old because they consistently moving through the programs. That’s what accelerated learning is all about – going as fast as you are willing and able to go!
Jones Geniuses Accelerated Math Education is the number one math curriculum for homeschoolers, after-schoolers and their families. They operate under The Institute for Accelerated Learning, Inc., a non-profit corporation headquartered in Kerrville, Texas.
These programs are based on the work and research of Miles R. Jones, Ph.D. He has been developing accelerated learning programs and implementing them in a variety of settings for over 15 years. Dr. Jones started the Institute in 2004 and is now the Director of Training and Curriculum.
Click on the video below showing young Jones Geniuses students defeating college professors in an advanced math competition.