Lessons for the teacher to use with the student booklet which is chock full of enrichment games, worksheets, and activities. Subjects covered include patterns; geometry; number lines; rounding off; greater than, less than, or equal to; using parentheses; and measurement: nonstandard and standard. There are many place value activities: place value in bases four, five and ten; one hundred and one thousand; and the popular place value trading game.
Also included are these games and activities, What’s My Rule? game, in subtraction–difference between and sums and differences; the transitive property, perimeter of rectangles; patterns in a counting chart: and averages.
A constructivist approach where students learn through hands-on exploration, discovery, inventions, and the creation of models.
The Parent/Teacher Guide has instructions on how to teach the lessons, sample dialogues, games, and the Answer Key. The Student Workbook has worksheets and practice pages. We highly recommended that you order both for a complete package.
Patterns in Arithmetic
by Suki Glenn
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License
Based on a work at www.patternpress.com