Progress In Mathematics - California Edition by Rose Anita McDonnell

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Progress in Mathematics © 2000, K-6 Develops mathematical thinking and understanding through: Problem Solving - through an abundance of problem-solving opportunities within each chapter, students continually develop and apply their problem-solving skills. Reasoning - students use mental math, critical thinking, and logical reasoning skills to solve real-world problems and make connections between mathematical concepts. Higher-Order Thinking - Moving On, a chapter at the end of each book, focuses on pre-algebra and algebraic concepts. Reviewing Skills - Skills Update, a multistrand review handbook at the beginning of each book, reinforces previously taught skills. Separate Skills Update Practice Books are available in both English and Spanish. Communicating - Students are encouraged to use math vocabulary to explain, orally and in writing, their thinking processes about mathematical concepts and connections. Making Connections - In each chapter students focus on recognizing the relationships between mathematical concepts and on learning to make cross-curricular connections. Using Manipulatives - Manipulatives are used to introduce mathematical concepts, enabling students to move from the concrete through a pictorial presentation to a symbolic understanding.

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Published January 1, 2009 by sadlier-oxford. 608 pages
Genres: Science & Math, Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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