By Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes
The nationwide Council of academics of arithmetic identifies algebra as one of many 5 significant math content material components to be studied in ALL grades. This Algebra Readiness sequence makes assembly this mandate effortless and enjoyable, even within the more youthful grades. each one booklet beneficial properties dozens of reproducibles that provide scholars perform in several problem-solving innovations and algebraic suggestions. scholars discover ways to determine variables, clear up for the values of unknowns, determine and proceed styles, use logical reasoning, and much more. contains 10 full-color transparencies with problem-solving steps and observe difficulties, excellent for whole-class studying. to be used with Grade 1.
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Carl Cargo) and • How did you figure it out? (Equation A shows that a duck face + 3 = 9, so a duck face is 6. In equation B, replace the duck face with 6. ) stand for numbers. Faces that are the same stand for the same numbers. Use the clues. CLUES: A + 3 = 9 B + = 10 I’ve got it! The That’s easy. The duck face is 6 and the cat face is 5. duck face is 3 and the cat face is 7. The duck face is 6 and the cat face is 4. I am sure! • How do you think Levi Sam got the answer that the duck face stands for 3 and the cat face stands for 7?
_____ Ima Thinker 60 2. = _____ 3. + 4. + = _____ 5. + + 1 + 1 = _____ = _____ Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 1 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources 1. Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ FACE THE NUMBERS PROBLEM 5 What are the numbers? and stand for numbers. Faces that are the same stand for the same numbers. Use the clues. Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 1 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources CLUES: + A = 7 B 1.
3. Picture 7 will have _____ . Picture 7 will have _____ . 4. Picture 10 will have _____ . Picture 10 will have _____ . 5. Picture 20 will have _____ . Picture 20 will have _____ . Picture 4 Picture 5 Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 1 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources 52 Picture 2 ALGE B Face the Numbers 1 SS NE READ I RA Overview Clues are given in the form of two equations with two unknowns (animal faces). Children figure out the values of the faces. Algebra Solve for the values of two unknowns • Replace unknowns with their values Problem-Solving Strategies Reason deductively • Test values Related Math Skills Add, sums of 20 or less • Subtract, 20 or less Math Language Equation • Same numbers • Stands for a number Introducing the Problem Set Make photocopies of “Solve the Problem: Face the Numbers” (page 55) and distribute to children.