The Math Handbook by Helmy Faber reviews many math topics at the elementary school. As a parent and Educational Psychologist, this book has helped me to understand how students make visual associations with math skills without rote repetition and memorization.
Although not meant only for visual learners, the student who learns best by being able to see the concepts and using color, can use this book as a reference to review concepts over and over again if it becomes unclear or is forgotten. It is easy to pick up and reference topics of interest to you and your child without the need to go through chapters and chapters. The colors and larger font also make it less intimidating and overwhelming.
The pages at the end of the book are a great place for students to take notes. Being able to refer back to the different lessons can potentially help to lessen anxiety about forgetting how to solve a problem or a math fact. The ultimate goal is to increase a child’s confidence in mathematics, and this book can help your child to do just that!