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Henry Borenson

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[ncsm-members] Now available: The Fun Way to Learn Algebra- Free- Hands On Equations
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Posted: Aug 9, 2012 3:39 AM
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Dear Colleague,

I am pleased to announce the release of our free app for the iPad *The Fun
Way to Learn Algebra- Hands On Equations 1 Lite. *You can download this app
from the App Store at this
link<http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fun-way-to-learn-algebra-free/id505954972?ls=1&mt=8>.
Please try it out with a child (age 8 and up) who has never seen algebra or
with an older student or adult who has had trouble solving equations.

To see a video overview of the Hands-On Equations 1 app, please click
here<http://www.borenson.com/AboutHandsOnEquations/HandsOnEquationsAppfortheiPadLevel1/tabid/1519/Default.aspx>
.

To see our press release, "Free Hands-On Equations App Makes Algebra
Child's Play," please click here <http://prmac.com/release-id-46398.htm>.

I do have five Level I and five Level II promo codes I can distribute to
members of this list. If you are interested in one, please submit an entry
on the Hands-On Equations Facebook
page<http://www.facebook.com/pages/HANDS-ON-EQUATIONS/119155548121413>
.
Begin your entry with "I am interested in the Hands-On Equations app..." so
that I know you are responding to this offer.

If I can be of any assistance to your or your district, do not hesitate to
contact me.

Henry Borenson
henry@borenson.com
--
Best wishes.

Henry Borenson, Ed.D.
President
Borenson and Associates, Inc.
MAKING ALGEBRA CHILD'S PLAY



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