# 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

Contents:
– 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.
– 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
– 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