Math Foundations!

How To Use this Page: Follow your journey map on the Foundations page to arrive at each sequential Foundation Lesson.  Watch and interact with the presentation.  Study/memorize the document.  Then do the IXL practice to get ready for the weekly check-in!

1. Numbers are all around us

3. IXL Practice Time! I X L   LINKS

2. The Number X-Ray 

Numbers are Amounts - Ma P
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Do 10 of these or more until You got it! Then record your score on your gradesheet for your own reflection:)

IDENTIFYING

PLACE VALUE

VALUE OF

A DIGIT

STANDARD & EXPANDED FORM

WRITING WORD FORM OF A NUMBER

COMPARING NUMBERS

2. Rounding with Number X-Ray 

START

ROUNDING TO THE NEAREST TENS / HUNDREDS

ROUNDING DECIMALS

ROUNDING AMOUNTS WITH DECIMALS ($)

ROUNDING UP TO THE NEAREST THOUSANDS

ROUNDING LOGIC RIDDLES:)

3. IXL Practice Time! I X L   LINKS

Do 10 of these or more until You got it! Then record your score on your gradesheet for your own reflection:)

1. Using Number X-Rays to Round / Estimate

Negative Numbers!

1. Understanding Negative Numbers!

 
 

Use this sheet below, if you need, to remind you how to round! 

After watching that cute little video, you can imagine negative numbers on a vertical number line - like it imagined fantastically- or on a horizontal number line, as picture below:  

COMPARING   NEGATIVE & POSITIVE #S

IDENTIFYING NEGATIVE AMOUNTS IN REAL LIFE

PLACING NEGATIVE #S ON A NUMBER LINE

WHAT IS ABSOLUTE VALUE / OPPOSITE INTEGERS?

COMPARING NEGATIVES & OPPOSITE VALUES

2. Decimals to Fractions to % 

Partial Numbers: Comparing, Sequencing, Pronouncing                                                 DECIMALS

 

Print & Complete this sheet for 14 of the problems you are given on IXL - in order to demonstrate your mastery of the knowledge given to you by the video!

Ok. So my scholars, peep if you will, that you have learned about a BUNCH of different amounts thus far.  You have learned about Positive and Negative Amounts, Whole and Partial Amounts - and how to break down the Value of each and Round those Amounts. Well, you have learned so much, that now it is time to put it to the test! You know what time it is. Go on and click on Mr. T.

12.)

2. Identifying Operations 

SINGLE DIGIT ADDITION FACTS

SINGLE DIGIT SUBTRACTION FACTS

13.)

 

1. The Two Main Operations in Life

Below is your Math Foundation Drills/"Holey Card" Expo Packet. Print this out and put it in a clear sheet protector. Use Ultra-Fine Expo Marker to complete. Record your time with pencil on Math Foundations Tracking Sheet - as well as how many you missed. Get your time down to 2 minutes each!  [You can support this company by purchasing here.]

MULTIPLY BY 5'S

MULTIPLY BY 6'S

MULTIPLY BY 7'S

MULTIPLY BY 8'S

MULTIPLY BY 9'S

MULTIPLY BY 10'S

MULTIPLY BY 11'S

MULTIPLY BY 12'S

DIVISIBILITY RULES

MULTIPLY BY 2'S

MULTIPLY BY 3'S

MULTIPLY BY 4'S

SUBTRACTING from UP TO 18

DIVISION FACTS 1-12

DO THESE LAST:

IDENTIFYING

THE OPERATION:        + or - ?

IDENTIFYING THE OPERATION

+     -    /    x

MIXED ADDITION / SUBTRACTION

2. Negative Operations

Numbers are Amounts - Ma P
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ADDING / SUBTRACTING

       + OR - #s

MULTIPLYING / DIVIDING + OR       - INTEGERS

IDENTIFY A POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE RESULT

1. Negative Operations

2. Negative Operations

Numbers are Amounts - Ma P
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ADDING / SUBTRACTING

       + OR - #s

MULTIPLYING / DIVIDING + OR       - INTEGERS

IDENTIFY A POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE RESULT

1. Negative Operations

2. Double/Triple Digit Operations

MULTIPLE DIGIT ADDITION

DOUBLE/TRIPLE DIGIT ADDITION

 w. DECIMALS

DOUBLE/TRIPLE DIGIT MULTIPLICATION

1. Double/Triple Digit Operations

DOUBLE/TRIPLE DIGIT MULTIPLICATION with DECIMALS

DOUBLE/TRIPLE DIGIT SUBTRACTION

DOUBLE/TRIPLE DIGIT SUBTRACTION with DECIMALS

DOUBLE DIGIT DIVIDEND BY SINGLE DIGIT DIVISOR

 DIVISION WITH REMAINDER

TRIPLE DIGIT DIVIDEND BY DOUBLE DIGIT DIVISOR

 DIVISION WITH NO REMAINDER

TRIPLE DIGIT DIVIDEND BY SINGLE DIGIT DIVISOR

 DIVISION WITH DECIMALS

TRIPLE DIGIT DIVIDEND BY SINGLE DIGIT DIVISOR

 DIVISION WITH REMAINDER

MULTIPLE DIGIT DIVIDEND BY DOUBLE/TRIPLE DIGIT DIVISOR

 DIVISION WITH DECIMALS

MULTIPLE DIGIT DIVIDEND BY TRIPLE DIGIT DIVISOR

 DIVISION WITH NO REMAINDER

FACT 

FAMS

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