Knowing Things Well Is Rare
It's rare in life that you know something as well as you'd like to. This CD is for people who like knowing something well.
Know Addition Well
This CD is designed to help you keep your life simple. Know addition so well that you can forget about it.
Relax About Addition
Forget that you know addition well and just start using it. That's the goal of this CD. Once you know addition well, you can relax about it.
Any CD Player Will Do
You can listen to this CD anywhere and anytime that a CD player is available. Play it in your car or play it gently as you go off to sleep at night.
CD Blends Well
This CD is designed to blend well with almost any situation. It's a voice-only CD with plentiful pauses between short presentations.
Pauses Give You Time to Think
The pauses give you time to think about what you just heard. It's a contemplative CD that lends itself well to thoughtful reflection.
Fun Knowing Addition
It's fun knowing addition well! Repeat listen to this CD until you know everything here. Repetition is part of the road to mastery.
Prove to Yourself That You Know Addition
When you can add two numbers together before the voice on the CD, you've proven to yourself that you know addition.
CD Builds Confidence
This CD builds confidence. It teaches you to like math by teaching you that you are good at math.
Get Ready to Move Beyond Addition
Once you know addition well, you are ready to move on to subtraction and, eventually, multiplication. This CD gets you ready for more math.
Learn by Doing
Over and over this CD shows you how to add two numbers together. Not just a learn-by-listening CD, this is also a learn-by-doing CD.
Add Two Numbers Together Many Times
In your head, you will be adding two numbers together over and over again. Addition pairs vary a lot but repeat themselves often.
Voice on CD
You are listening to the voice found on this CD. I'm Ed Abbott, Web Site Repair Guy.
Questions or comments? Email me at ed@WebSiteRepairGuy.com or call me at 207-782-1959. Thanks for looking!
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