Math 2 – Multiplication, Division & More – Mrs. Kessler

For students who have passed the Math 1 Pre & Post Test.

NOTE: Any facts or concepts NOT mastered should be re-taught and learned before proceeding with Math 2.

PDF & Video coming on line in August and September, 2022

– Review of the Why and Wherefore about Math.
– Review of Math 1 concepts in every 5th lesson (Every 5th Lesson is a Review lesson.)
– Teaches multiplication and division from the facts through multiple digit calculations and various applications.
– Skip-Counting evens and odds by 2; skip-counting by 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.
– Column Addition.
– Understanding Multiplication and Division.
– Multiplication/Division Fact Families. Learning the facts the smart way.
– Dividing with remainders expressed as whole number remainders.
– Figuring Averages
– Ideas of Prime and Composite
– Be able to list the Prime Numbers to 100
– Divisibility Rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10
– Learn Metric Measurement
– Geometry – Measuring the Square (Area) and the Cube (Volume); Formulas
– Also Learn Surface Area Formulas
– Measuring Irregular Shapes; Measuring Compound Shapes; Measuring and Drawing Angles.
– Geometry Jargon: Points, Rays, Lines, Angles, Side, Vertex, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines; Triangles and Quadrilaterals In-Depth.
– Problems with Lapsed Time
– Classifying Quadrilaterals
– Rounding and Estimating / Are my answers reasonable?
– Partitioning Shapes into 5ths, 6th, 7ths, 8ths, 9ths, and tenths.
– Determining which fractional shape is larger or smaller by eyesight.
– Determining which fractional shapes are equivalents of a set number of other fractional shapes. Example: 1/4 + 1/4 = 1/2.
– Math Properties: Identity Element; Commutative, Associative, Distributive
– Patterns in Numbers
– Multiplying multiple digits through one million.
– Long Division: Dividing multiple digits through one million by double, triple, quadruple digits and more.
– Growing Number Patterns – Progressive, Regressive, and Geometric.
– Mixed computation involving addition and multiplication and/or subtraction and/or division. Example: 32 divided by 2 times 5 + 13 – 22 = ? (71)
– More work on American Measurements in computational and word problems.
– Introduction of the Distance Formula; Manipulating the Formula to Meet the Need of the Problem; Working Distance, Rate, Time Problems
– Introduction to the Cost Formula – Total Cost = Unit Cost x Price (Important for Consumer Math)
– Writing number sentences and introducing them as equations.
– Word Problems
– Download of the Math 2 Pre & Post Test

Material Needed:
– 3″ x 5″ white index cards cut in half to form 2 1/2″ x 3″ cards for recording multiplication and division facts.
– Additional white 3″x 5″ cards (NOT CUT) for the section dividers in the Concepts, Laws, Properties and Definitions card deck.
– 3″ x 5″ colored (suggest 4 or 5 color multi-packs) for recording Concepts, Law, Properties and Definitions
– Composition Books ( at least 2) for recording the Concepts, Definitions, Properties and Laws as well as practicing computational and word problems and math procedures and protocols.
– Rubber bands to secure card sets.
– A box – (Shoe Boxes are great for this) or ziploc bags to keep cards secure and organized. (Card file boxes can be used, by with the quantity of cards can become expensive.) We recommend shoe boxes, reinforced with Gorilla or packing tape, if necessary, and keeping the cards for use in the future.
HINT: Keep the Cards & the Composition Books, also. They will be a great foundation for you to teach other children and/or your child to teach his/her children.

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