Multiplying and Dividing
* The Best Stuff for Multiplying & Dividing
* Sharing Big Numbers
* Discover the Basics - Multiplying & Dividing
Adding and Subtracting
* Addition, Subtraction, & Place Value
* The Best Stuff for Adding & Subtracting
* Discover the Basics - Adding & Subtracting
Fractions and Decimals
* Fractions & Decimals
Percents, Ratios, and Rates
* Percents, Ratios, & Rates
Access to Algebra
* Discover the Basics - Equations!
* Discover the Basics - Negative Numbers
* Discover the Basics - Squares, Roots, & Exponents
Organizing and Graphing Data
* Organizing & Graphing Data
Measurement and Geometry
* Measurement & Geometry
* Discover the Basics - Perimeter, Area, & Volume
California Math Supplement
* Grade 3
Math Intervention Strategies
How it Works
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542: Discover the Basics - Adding & Subtracting,
200 pages - $45.95 Teacher Edition $29.95 Home Edition
Built on the proven success of "The Best Stuff for Adding and Subtracting," this volume zeros in on the fundamental concepts of adding and subtracting - including facts families and doubles. Students practice and perfect their understanding and fluency with a variety of visual/tactile formats, mastering addition and subtraction with equal ease. This volume covers adding and subtracting with single digits up to 100 and pays attention to prerequisite skills, such as learning to count past 10 with a structural sense of place value.
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Do you know why your students are having a problem with a particular number family or procedure?
- Are they not sure of what number comes next or before?
- Can they recite memorized sequences stating that 23 follows 22, but they don't know what follows 32 or 42?
- Can they accurately construct a problem on a numberline or graphic? Do they know what the problem means?
- At each level of development, can they think mathematically? Do they recognize that
8 + 3 is like 8 + 2 + 1, which is like 10 + 1?
- Do they have a mental image that supports their understanding of why 7 + 1 and 1 + 7 both equal 8?
This volume helps you identify conceptual and procedural problems and address them.
Here are some sample pages from the book.
* Built on the documented success of the 1999 California State adopted The Best Stuff for Adding, and Subtracting in raising student achievement scores