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Math Mammoth Decimals 1 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Decimals 1 is a self-teaching workbook that presents an introduction to decimal numbers. It is suitable for fourth or fifth grade math. However, the book in itself is not tied to any... More > grade level. The goal in this book is to study tenths and hundredths - or maximum of two decimal digits - so the student gets solid foundation in understanding the simpler decimals without developing some common misconceptions. Division and other decimal place value topics are left for the book Division 2. Number lines are used extensively, and all new concepts are introduced slowly so the student has time to truly understand. Full answers are appended to the book.< Less
Math Mammoth Addition 1 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Addition 1 is a self-teaching workbook dealing with the addition concept and addition facts within 0-10. The first lessons in the book concentrate on adding within 0-5, introduce... More > missing addend problems, comparing, and teach several important properties of addition. The second part of the workbook practices memorizing basic addition facts where the sum is less than or equal to ten. The book is most suitable for first grade, though is not tied to any grade level. Selected answers are appended.< Less
Math Mammoth Early Geometry By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Early Geometry covers typical geometry topics for grades 1-3. The first lessons in the book have to do with basic shapes. Children recognize and draw basic shapes (triangles,... More > rectangles, squares, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes). They put several shapes together to form new ones, or divide an existing shape into new ones. We also study geometric patterns, right angles, have surprises with pentagons and hexagons, and make shapes in a tangram-like game. The students also learn about symmetry and mirror points. In the latter part of the book, the emphasis is on area and perimeter. Students find perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter when the side lengths are given, and finding an unknown side length when the perimeter is given. They learn about how to measure area in different kinds of square units, and relate area to the operations of multiplication and addition.< Less
Math Mammoth Clock By Maria Miller
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The Math Mammoth Clock workbook is designed especially for homeschooling parents. It is a work text (meaning it contains both the teaching and the exercises) that you will find easy to teach from... More > without the need of a separate teacher's manual. This book covers reading the clock, figuring out simple time intervals, and using the calendar, all in one book. The topics progress starting from the first grade level to the third grade level. So, your child can work the pages of this book in different time periods if desired. The lessons are divided into the grade-levels: reading the clock to the half-hour for first grade; reading the clock to the five-minute intervals is second grade; and reading the clock to the minute is third grade level. The material in this book becomes more difficult towards the end. You will need a practice clock so the child can turn the clock hands. Reading the clock is a skill that will be used in everyday situations.< Less
Math Mammoth Subtraction 1 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Subtraction 1 is a self-teaching workbook that deals with the subtraction concept within 0-10, initially as 'taking away', but soon presenting other situations where subtraction is... More > used: * Finding how much MORE something is as compared to something else - the difference. * Two (or more) parts making up a whole (of something). This is approached as a missing addend problem. All these situations are taught explicitly and can be found in the word problems throughout the book. Also, students learn to use the addition facts to find the answer to subtraction - in essence to memorize the basic subtraction facts, which are based on the addition facts. While this book is not tied to any grade level, it is most suitable for first grade. Answers are appended. This book ties closely in with Math Mammoth Addition 1.< Less
Math Mammoth Measuring 1 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Measuring is a worktext that covers measuring length, weight, volume, and temperature as they are typically covered during grades 1-3. The book contains both textbook explanations and... More > exercises, and is designed to be very easy to teach from, requiring very little teacher preparation. This book is NOT organized by grade-levels nor with increasing difficulty. Instead, I have grouped together the lessons on measuring length, then measuring weight, then measuring volume, and lastly temperature. In each section, measuring in the customary system comes first, followed by lessons about the metric system. The first lessons in each unit typically have hands-on exercises where the student actually uses the suitable measuring equipment, and the last lessons in each section include abstract problems about conversions between the units.< Less
Math Mammoth Decimals 2 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Decimals 2 is a book about decimal place value and the four operations with decimals. It is most suitable for 5th and 6th grade. The book starts with a short review of previously learned... More > concepts (from Math Mammoth Decimals 1): place value with tenths and hundredths, and adding and subtracting decimals that have tenths and hundredths. The rest of the book is spent learning the four operations of decimals with numbers that have up to three decimal digits, and especially concentrating on decimal multiplication and division.< Less
Math Mammoth Place Value 2 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Place Value 2 is a self-teaching workbook dealing with three-digit place value - ones, tens, and hundreds. It is suitable for second grade; however the book itself is not tied to any... More > grade level. Full answers are included. The lessons have many number charts to fill and use number lines to help visualize the numbers and build number sense. These lessons provide the basis for understanding three-digit place value. Place Value 2 is best followed by Math Mammoth Place Value 3, where the student gets plenty of practice with both mental and column-form adding and subtracting with three-digit numbers.< Less
Math Mammoth U. S. Money By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth U.S. Money is a full-color worktext that covers U.S. money-related topics usually encountered during grades 1-3.The book contains both textbook explanations and exercises, and is... More > designed to be very easy to teach from, requiring very little teacher preparation. The book starts with first-grade topics such as counting pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Making Change explains two basic ways of finding the change: counting up, and subtracting (finding the difference). The answer key is included at the end of the book.< Less
Math Mammoth Add & Subtract 4 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Add & Subtract 4 worktext covers mental addition and subtraction strategies; adding and subtracting in columns; Roman numerals; the connection between addition and subtraction,... More > missing addend problems, and solving word problems with bar diagrams; order of operations; bar graphs, line graphs, and money problems. The first lessons cover the "technical aspects" of adding and subtracting, such as mental math strategies, terminology, and adding in columns. Then the student solves word problems with the help of bar diagrams. Next, we solve simple missing addend equations using subtraction, such as x + 20 = 60. We use bar diagrams to illustrate these and connect them with fact families. We also practice subtracting in columns and borrowing. The answers are appended. The book is suitable for 3rd or 4th grade.< Less

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