Mathematical Reasoning Grades 4-6 Supplement
Develop Math Reasoning Skills
If you want to continue using your current math program, but need to develop math reasoning skills in your 4th- to 6th-grade student, then the Mathematical Reasoning Grades 4-6 Supplement is for you.
Learn to Reason Through Math Problems
Most parents know that a child who only memorizes math facts without really understanding math will find progressively complex concepts more and more difficult to understand. But what they erroneously think is that such problems arise about the time a child is memorizing the multiplication table. Not so. Unlike reading, an integral skill that is tightly woven throughout our entire day, math tends to be a more sporadic subject, essential when you need it and then easily set aside. That is why it is imperative that a child is able to reason his way through any mathematical problem.
Concept Comprehension, Not Fact Memorization
The focus of the Mathematical Reasoning Grades 4-6 Supplement is not to teach your students arithmetic facts or skills, but rather to develop in them the ability to apply analytical and reasoning skills to a wide variety of mathematical concepts. Throughout these activities you will build logical, analytical, investigative, and explanatory skills, and explore quantitative and spatial relationships, an essential foundation for mathematical understanding. Wouldn't you like for your student to not merely solve math equations, but comprehend them?
For a complete mathematics curriculum by the same publisher, consider one of these titles:
Mathematical Reasoning E (Grade 4)
Mathematical Reasoning F (Grade 5)
Number and Numeration:
The Number Line
Place Value--Whole Numbers, Decimals
Sequences of Numbers
Properties of Numbers
Sequences of Fractions
Fractions & Decimal Numbers
Inequalities & Estimation--Fractions, Decimals
Constructing Geoboard Figures & Polygons
Comparing Lengths & Angles
Figures: Congruent/Similar/Inscribed in Circles
Decomposition of Polygons
Properties of & Classifying Polygons
Composing, Decomposing, Separating Regions
Paths and Networks.
Models for Division
Computations Involving Parentheses
Fractions and Decimals/Number Properties
Comparing: Lengths/Areas/Polygon Perimeters
Computing: Perimeters, Area, Volumes of Solids
Perimeter & Area
Estimating Circumference/Measurement with Circles
Area on a Geoboard
Volume: Rectangular Solids, Triangular Prisms.
Multiples and Factors
Completing Number Sentences
Sequences of Numbers
Sequences of Ordered Pairs
Pairing Number Sequences
Tables and Sentences in Two Variables
Satisfying Number Properties.
Tables and Graphs:
Bar Graphs and Interpreting Graphs
Collecting and Presenting Data
Using Tables in Problem Solving
Rules of Ordered Pairs
Using Graphs for Conversion
Using Ordered Pairs and Graphs for Ordered Pairs.
Authors: Warren Hill & Ronald Edwards
Publisher: The Critical Thinking Co
Size: 11.4" x 8.5"
Printed In: USA
Reproducible: Yes, for use within your own home or classroom only.
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