* Please sign ISN (student subject notebooks) when sent home, and PLEASE make sure students return it to class the next day.
Math Problem Solving
Write a story problem.
Use geometric solids to create a map.
Every day practice
Great math sites. Please copy and paste on URL.
Problem solving strategies
Guess and check
Make a pattern
Draw a picture
Act it out
Writing Story Problems
1) Have a story
2) Have data
3) Have a question requiring mathematical solution
*Students need to identify numerals and words up to 99 and be able to demonstrate with a picture the value of each number.
*Please allow your child to feel and play with coins. Students need to familiarize themselves with pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters as well as regrouping these.They also need to begin counting what they can purchase with an amount of coins, as well as identify the value.
*Students need to identify geometric shapes both 2D (flats) and 3D (solids) such as triangle, square, circle, rectangle, rhombus and trapezoid/ cylinder, cube, rectangular prism, sphere. Help them identify them around.
*Students need to read, create, interpret, analyze and answering questions based on graphs.
*Students need to compare containers for capacity, weight, temperature, & time.
*Students need to measure with non-standard units.
* Work on -problem-solving strategies- Students need to start comprehending addition and subtraction processes to solve a problem, and identify which number sentence to use. One of four strategies may be used: look for a pattern, guess & check, act it out or draw a picture.