PreK - Kindergarten

Grade 1

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 4

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Grade 5

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Grade 6

Math for Middle School

Math for High School

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Math for college

- Numbers
- Counts orally through 10.
- Counts objects in one-to-one correspondence.
- Understands empty and full.
- Understands more and less.

- Mathematics
- Simple counting to 20
- One-to-one relationship
- Concepts of more, less than, same
- Sequence of events
- Correspondence of quantities
- Ordinal-cardinal relationship
- Number-numeral relationship
- Recognition of basic sets
- Meaning of addition and subtraction
- Introduction to number line
- Estimation
- Elementary geometry (shapes)
- Calendar and clock
- Denominations of money
- Basic problem-solving strategies
- Basic chart and graph concepts

Grade 1

- Counting and writing to 100
- Counting by 2's to 40
- Simple number patterns
- Beginning ordinal numbers
- Using 10 as a basic unit
- Simple properties of zero
- Simple properties of sets
- Beginning addition and subtraction facts
- Number-line use
- Place value and numeration
- Concepts of quantity and size
- Concepts of equality and inequality
- Concepts of ordinal and cardinal numbers
- Using 1/2 and 1/4 appropriately
- Estimation
- Geometric patterns and figures
- Basic customary and metric measurement
- Recognizing time: clock and calendar
- Value of penny, nickel, dime, quarter
- Solving simple word problems
- Basic probability and chance
- Basic chart and graph concepts

Grade 2

- Counting, reading, writing to 1,000
- Counting by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, and 10's
- Ordinal numbers to 10
- Zero as a place holder
- Using sets and number facts
- Addition and subtraction facts to 20
- Basic multiplication and division facts
- Multiplication and division facts as inverse operations
- Multiplication properties of 0 and 1
- Place value through 100's
- Fractions in daily life
- Decimal numeration system
- Basic concept of ratio
- Geometry puzzles and activities
- Estimation
- Common customary and metric measures of time, weight, length, volume, shape, temperature
- Telling time and using the calendar
- Handling money (coins)
- Problem solving
- Charts and graphs

Grade 3

- Reading and writing numbers to 5 places
- Beginning Roman numerals
- Rounding numbers
- Positive and negative numbers in daily life
- Simple fractions and equivalents
- Properties of one
- Numeration systems
- Addition and subtraction facts to 25
- Multiplication and division facts to 100
- Perimeter, area, volume
- Geometric constructions
- Similar and congruent figures
- Properties of solid figures
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time to 1- and 5-minute measures
- Estimation of outcomes
- Problems-solving analysis
- Word problems
- Charts and graphs

Grade 4

- Reading and writing numbers
- Roman numerals to C
- Prime numbers less than 100
- Prime factoring
- Numeration systems
- Subsets
- Decimal and fraction equivalents
- 1-, 2-, and 3-digit multiplication problems
- 2- and 3-digit dividend, 1-digit divisor problems
- Meaning of mixed numbers
- Finding simple averages
- Geometric concepts
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time to the second
- Problem-solving methods
- Charts and graphs

Making Changes |

Rainforest Maths |

Math Playgound |

Table Times |

AAA Math: Grade 4 |

Elapsed Time |

Elapsed Time |

Patterns blocks: Fraction |

Learn Shape and Spaces in Geometry |

Online Test |

Grade 5

Rainforest Maths |

Math Playground |

AAA Math: Grade 5 |

QUIA Math Journey |

Advanced Number Problems |

Grade 6

Math for Middle School

Math for High School

Videos: Math tutorials |

Dr Math: High School Math |

Homeworkspot for High School |

High School Math from Highschoolace |

get your test from testpreview |

Free test from 4test.com |

Videos: Math and Algebra Help |

Math for college

College Algebra- Virtual Math Lab |

Dr Math College Level |

Math Material from WSU |

CLEP Exam Descriptions - Math and Science |

College Math Resources |

Free Online MIT Course Materials - Math |

PreK - Kindergarten

Grade 1

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 4

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Grade 5

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Grade 6

Math for Middle School

Math for High School

========================

Math for college

- Numbers
- Counts orally through 10.
- Counts objects in one-to-one correspondence.
- Understands empty and full.
- Understands more and less.

- Mathematics
- Simple counting to 20
- One-to-one relationship
- Concepts of more, less than, same
- Sequence of events
- Correspondence of quantities
- Ordinal-cardinal relationship
- Number-numeral relationship
- Recognition of basic sets
- Meaning of addition and subtraction
- Introduction to number line
- Estimation
- Elementary geometry (shapes)
- Calendar and clock
- Denominations of money
- Basic problem-solving strategies
- Basic chart and graph concepts

Grade 1

- Counting and writing to 100
- Counting by 2's to 40
- Simple number patterns
- Beginning ordinal numbers
- Using 10 as a basic unit
- Simple properties of zero
- Simple properties of sets
- Beginning addition and subtraction facts
- Number-line use
- Place value and numeration
- Concepts of quantity and size
- Concepts of equality and inequality
- Concepts of ordinal and cardinal numbers
- Using 1/2 and 1/4 appropriately
- Estimation
- Geometric patterns and figures
- Basic customary and metric measurement
- Recognizing time: clock and calendar
- Value of penny, nickel, dime, quarter
- Solving simple word problems
- Basic probability and chance
- Basic chart and graph concepts

Grade 2

- Counting, reading, writing to 1,000
- Counting by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, and 10's
- Ordinal numbers to 10
- Zero as a place holder
- Using sets and number facts
- Addition and subtraction facts to 20
- Basic multiplication and division facts
- Multiplication and division facts as inverse operations
- Multiplication properties of 0 and 1
- Place value through 100's
- Fractions in daily life
- Decimal numeration system
- Basic concept of ratio
- Geometry puzzles and activities
- Estimation
- Common customary and metric measures of time, weight, length, volume, shape, temperature
- Telling time and using the calendar
- Handling money (coins)
- Problem solving
- Charts and graphs

Grade 3

- Reading and writing numbers to 5 places
- Beginning Roman numerals
- Rounding numbers
- Positive and negative numbers in daily life
- Simple fractions and equivalents
- Properties of one
- Numeration systems
- Addition and subtraction facts to 25
- Multiplication and division facts to 100
- Perimeter, area, volume
- Geometric constructions
- Similar and congruent figures
- Properties of solid figures
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time to 1- and 5-minute measures
- Estimation of outcomes
- Problems-solving analysis
- Word problems
- Charts and graphs

Grade 4

- Reading and writing numbers
- Roman numerals to C
- Prime numbers less than 100
- Prime factoring
- Numeration systems
- Subsets
- Decimal and fraction equivalents
- 1-, 2-, and 3-digit multiplication problems
- 2- and 3-digit dividend, 1-digit divisor problems
- Meaning of mixed numbers
- Finding simple averages
- Geometric concepts
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time to the second
- Problem-solving methods
- Charts and graphs

Making Changes |

Rainforest Maths |

Math Playgound |

Table Times |

AAA Math: Grade 4 |

Elapsed Time |

Elapsed Time |

Patterns blocks: Fraction |

Learn Shape and Spaces in Geometry |

Online Test |

Grade 5

Rainforest Maths |

Math Playground |

AAA Math: Grade 5 |

QUIA Math Journey |

Advanced Number Problems |

Grade 6

Math for Middle School

Math for High School

Videos: Math tutorials |

Dr Math: High School Math |

Homeworkspot for High School |

High School Math from Highschoolace |

get your test from testpreview |

Free test from 4test.com |

Videos: Math and Algebra Help |

Math for college

College Algebra- Virtual Math Lab |

Dr Math College Level |

Math Material from WSU |

CLEP Exam Descriptions - Math and Science |

College Math Resources |

Free Online MIT Course Materials - Math |

Math is our favorite subject. We learn alot about Algebra, Geometry, and about making graph in computer programming.

Here are some resources we use.Numbers and Operations:

Math: Things to do with numbers |

Learn Multiplication |

Math Fact Cafe |

Learning Haven: Math Worksheet |

Math is Fun: Numbers |

Math: Numbers |

Numbers for Kindegarten |

Skillwise: Numbers |

Roman Numerals

Fact Monster: Roman Numerals |

Geometry:

Math is Fun: Geometry |

Edhelper: Geometry |

Graphs/Datas:

All About Graphing |

Edhelper: Analyze Data and Graphs |

Graphs: Want to create graphs? |

Math is Fun: Using Data |