
Child must be skilled in this before using a calculator 


Use this to decide if a final solution is reasonable 


materials that can be touched or moved are called… 


 Grids of pegs taht hold rubber bands in place
 Used to introcude area and perimeter



 Hardwood 3d geometric figures
 Used to introduce geometric concepts and formulas such as volume and surface area



 10 different color rods measuring 1 to 10 cm
 Used to demonstrate addition and subtraction



 Made up of 7 distinct pieces
 Used to introduce fractions and area



Baseten materials,decimal squares, 10frames, cuisenaire rods, math balance, cubes, 2color counters are all manipulatives that teaches the concept of what? 


Pattern blocks, cuisenaire rods, Color tiles, cubes, tangrams, 2color counters and tangrams are all manipulatives that teaches the concept of what? 


Shapes of different colors used to teach:
 pattern or shape attributes
 fractions and geometry



A manipulative object used to teach counting, place value, and probability 


 Helps students understand basic algorithm
 cubes represent ones place
 rods represent the tens place
 Flats represent hundreds place
 Blocks represent thousands place



Understanding of base ten teaches this concept 


Written calendars were first used in the… 


Discovery of algebra and the number zero 


Development of the numeric system, trigonometry, and quadratic equations 


Developed modern day math, multiplication, division, square root and cube root 


 A rule is made after observing or seeing several examples
 Making a hypothese and forming a reasonable conclusion from examing a large amount of evidence
Example: observing blue jays building nests



Learning through examples 


Learning step by step is known as what approach? 


 Moves from assumption to conclusion
 Moves from general to specific
 Use of applying a rule to make a conclusion
Example: number of pounds x cost per pound



Computer application similar to a textbook
Teaches math concepts or reinforce through drill exercises



Downloaded internet based applications that allow students to practice new concepts are called… 


Arranging objects in order according to size, shape, color, etc. 


 Focusing only on one aspect of a situation or problem
 Assuming objects in a tall cylinder is more than objects in a shorter/wider container



Thinking a nickel is worth more than a dime because the coin is larger or 5 nickels are more than a quarter 
