Help young minds explore algebraic concepts This book shows teachers how to create a strong foundation in algebra for very young children. Using in-depth math aexplorations, a the author unpacksastep by stepathe hidden connections to higher algebra. Each exploration contains an elegantly simple grade-banded lesson (on addition, subtraction, patterns, and odd and even numbers), followed by a discussion of the lesson's algebra connections, as well as suggestions for additional problems to explore. Throughout, readers will find: Clear explanations of algebraic connections Specific strategies for teaching the key ideas of algebra Lesson modifications for older or younger students An array of age-appropriate problems and gamesThere was a purpose for aturning arounda two addends, as each new turn-around sum yielded a new solution. ... that only 25% of third- grade students answered correctly when asked if2+3=3+2and2a3=3a2arebothtrue (Warren, 2002). The teachera#39;s role is of the essence if we want children to deeply comprehend the commutative property and + 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ... Without generality there is no mathematics.
|Title||:||Planting the Seeds of Algebra, PreK–2|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2012-04-17|