This ultimate parents' guide to elementary school math features projects, games, and activities children and parents can do together to increase their understanding of basic math concepts. Fun activities such as mapping a child's bedroom for practice in measurements or keeping a diary of numeric items like vacation mileage and expenses reinforce the math skills outlined in each lesson. Using the standards issued by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics as a foundation, this book covers both content and process standards for areas such as algebra, geometry, measurement, problem solving, and reasoning/proofs. It also includes a glossary of math terms and dozens of suggestions for additional children's reading to further math understanding.A Parenta#39;s Guide to Elementary School Math: Games, Activities, Projects Suzanne L. Churchman. Rectangular. Array. To teach multiplication, division, perimeter, and area, schools today use a technique called rectangular arrays. ... Children at this level are expected to memorize their multiplication and division facts through the twelves. ... Fourth and fifth grade students will be multiplying and dividing using two- and three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers (for example, 52 16 832;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Bringing Math Home|
|Author||:||Suzanne L. Churchman|
|Publisher||:||Chicago Review Press - 2006-05-31|