Each Kumon Intro to Geometry and Geometry workbook begins at an accessible starting point and progresses in incremental steps so that children do not get frustrated or confused. Each new skill is taught, practiced, and reviewed so that your child will gradually build strong match skills. The exercises are carefully leveled from page to page so your child learns without anxiety and becomes more confident. This workbook contains several problems that children may find challenging. These problems are marked with a “light bulb” icon, and you will find them explained in more detail in the “How to Solve” sections on either page 96, 191, or 192.
8 ½ x 11 inches. paperback. 192 pages. full color. US $14.95 / C $17.95
Kumon Math Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Intro-Geometry, Geometry Will Make Kids Become Math Genius!!!Before I bought Kumon Geometry, I bought a dozen available other Geometry workbook for my 11 year-old son. That was total waste of money. My son finished Kumon Pre-Algebra and Algebra 2 190 page workbooks this summer vacation within 1 month, and suddenly became a Math Genius, since he is only 11 year-old and 5th Grade. And now he found the Kumon Geometry 2 workbooks are exactly the same style, super clear, super easy to follow, and the middle school math suddenly became a piece of cake!!!Actually, I bought all available Kumon workbooks for my son since 2 years ago. He loves it! Math life became so wonderfully simple, and we are very grateful to Kumon Genius Math series…
Xiaochao Zheng –
Supplemental, not stand-aloneI have been using Kumon books for my children as supplemental study material at home. After we moved up to pre-algebra and geometry, I realized these books can’t be used as stand-alone because they don’t start from teaching the basic concept of geometry or algebra. If the school is teaching the same material these books work fine, but my older son is 1-2 grades more advanced, so these books are not the best for him now (he is a 5-th grader).
Not terribly useful, but that’s just my opinionThis book is really not terribly useful for a 7th grader. I got it because I’m teaching a young person geometry. It’s one of these books that is all about impractical examples. I find that my young friend finds it easier to begin with real numbers and understanding the right angle triangle first and then doing calculations using the Pythagorean theorem. This book is one of those things that intends to teach some fundamentals using ABC and DEF side markers. I’ve got this kid figuring out the hypotenuse of his own garage door in a matter of 10 minutes. It’s through real life examples with a tape and things like that that is the best way to teach a young kid geometry. I’ve been illustrating the fact that geometry is quite literally everywhere around him to his amazement.
Great learning bookThe book came very quickly but a little bent. I bought this to help my child get a headstart on Geometry for next year. I like the Kumon books because they teach in steps and build on what you have learned. Would buy more in the kumon series.
Naomi Ruwaine Gutierrez Parrish –
I used these math books for all my students.During the pandemic, I’ve been using Kumon math books to tutor my math students. I use Kumon Pre-Algebra, Pre-Geometry, Algebra, and Geometry. I would recommend this entire line of books for all math students age 9 – 15.
A great help with school workMy son was having trouble with math. This book has been a great help for us to learn together.
Clara R. –
Yoon Kim –
Good for reviewingMy daughter used them as review practices. Some questions are harder than typical school problems. Cheaper than going to Kumon.
Good quality.Love the book. Used for my 8th grade son as a complimenting material at home.
DisappointedSince this advertised as a Step-by-step method, I thought it would have more direction and actually explain each step (step by step) but it does not. It is actually more of a supplement or practice book. Not what I was looking for.
UsefulVery useful book for self learner
Burton Gillies –
YawnGift to children.
No lessonsThere are no lessons, the workbook would be good for review or as a supplement. Really disappointing, we’ve used many kumon workbooks over the past 15+ years and loved them all until now
Good bookMy daughter said the book was very helpful
Sizing alert –
Shouldering MediocrityCertainly not adequate preparation for a high school course. There is lots of room for improvement. If your child is mediocre after completing the book, it is not his or her fault; the book is mediocre. Place the blame where it belongs and not on the wrong shoulders.
Tildon D. –
awesome love it,love it
Great products as advertisedGreat products as advertised
Darrelynn A. Garza –
Awesome workbookEasy to learn on your own
Josephine Mendiola –
Jiali Liu –
nice booknice book
It is good for 4th graders (AAP)The book is on the easier side. A lot easier than AOPS intro books. It does come with a lot of simple exercises.
Dihydrogen Monoxide –
Admirable Goals, Failed ExecutionI applaud Kumon for including a few geometric proofs into this workbook. However, the presentation of this crucial concept is very poor. Indeed, the publisher has taken a “fill-in-the-blanks” approach, which does not promote mastery or retention. In addition, instructions are sparse, so any potential student would need to use online tutorials, or have access to a math savvy family member, friend, or tutor.
Amazon Customer –
costlygood but costly
Kindle Customer –
Excellent bookGood book
Just like their books in the maths series – fantastic!This is a very comprehensive book that covers nearly all the basic concepts in geometry – parallels, intersections, congruence, similarity, dilation of many figures. There is a lot of information packed in this packed and they have done a very good job of systematically laying down the explanations in a step-by-step manner.However, the reason I took off 1 star is for 2 main reasons: 1) There needs to be more space provided for completing constructions and 2) Problems involving proving a concept e.g. congruence between 2 triangles – the proof is all laid out with a ‘fill in the blanks’ format i.e. the student has to just fill in the blanks without having to think out what the steps should be; the student should have to think of what the next step needs to be and not have it spoon-fed to them in a ‘fill-in-the-blank’ style.Get rid off the ‘fill in the blank’ format for the proofs; the student can write out the proofs on a separate blank piece of paper (scrap-paper provided by the teacher or the parent) and use that space instead for allowing more space for geometric constructions.We bought this for our 2nd grade kid because she enjoys math puzzles.
great exercise bookgreat exercise book
Prashanth S –
Very good for grade 7 kidsOne way to engage kids in this pandemic. My daughter is loving it.
Good bookGood book and nice price fast delivery
Harsha Attanayake –
no examples at all, totally uselessno examples at all, totally useless
Amazon Customer –
Good buyGood buy
Great book.This was the missing piece I needed. It explains how you do it and there are a lot of practice questions with answer keys in the back. I felt stupid as an adult having to order this, but I wanted to learn geometry. It worked.
Amazon Customer –
GoodI am satisfied with the quality of this product.
jin chen –
Good bookNice product.
steve peng –
stupid workgeometry math is not fun for me homework is dum
meng zhang –
very usefulvery good