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Top 5 Facts to Know about Everyday Math:
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Tips for Parents
Parents can help children develop confidence in their math abilities by helping them to understand the following concepts:

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Doing math "in your head" (mental math) is a valuable skill that comes in handy as we make quick calculations of costs in stores, restaurants or gas stations. Let your child know that by using mental math, her math skills will become stronger.
* It's sometimes OK to use a calculator to solve mathematics problems.

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is reasonable?
Source: Adapted from Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics, U.S. Department of Education, 2004.

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Fact Triangles for Multiplication:
Fact Triangle Squares.pdf MultX1: Mult 1.pdf
Mult
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Mult
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Mult
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Mult
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Mult
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Mult
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Mult
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Mult
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Basic Algorithms:
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Lattice Multiplication
A video on teaching the math algorithms (Mary Bryan Elementary, Indianapolis, Indiana website). http://mb.msdpt.k12.in.us/Math/Algorithms.html Other websites available:Additional Resources:
Everyday Math Research:
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Give your child time to explore different approaches to solving a difficult problem. As he works, encourage him to talk about what he is thinking. This will help him to strengthen math skills and to become an independent thinker and problem solver.
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become stronger.
It's
* It's sometimes OK
Let your child know that to use calculators correctly and efficiently, she will need a strong grounding in math operations; otherwise, how will she know whether the answer she sees displayed is reasonable?
Source: Adapted from Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics, U.S. Department of Education, 2004.

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Fact Triangles for Addition:
Adding 0
Add 1.pdf
Add 9.pdf
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What Are Fact Triangles.pdf
Fact Triangles for Addition:
Adding 0
Add 1.pdf
Add 9.pdf
Add 10.pdf
Add Doubles.pdf
Add Making10.pdf
Add UWYK.pdf
Add Doubles1.pdf
Add Doubles2.pdf 0: Add0.pdf
Adding 1: Add1.pdf
Adding 9: Add9.pdf
Adding 10: Add10.pdf
Doubles: AddDoubles.pdf
Making 10: AddMaking10.pdf
UWYK - Understanding What You Know: AddUWYK.pdf
Doubles 1: AddDoubles1.pdf
Doubles 2: AddDoubles2.pdf
Fact Triangles for Multiplication:
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Ask your child to explain how she solved a math problem. Her explanation might help you to discover if she needs help with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, or with the concepts involved in solving the problem.
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problem solver.
Being
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Doing math "in your head" (mental math) is a valuable skill that comes in handy as we make quick calculations of costs in stores, restaurants or gas stations. Let your child know that by using mental math, her math skills will become stronger.
It's sometimes OK to use a calculator to solve mathematics problems.

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Fact Triangles for Addition:
Add 0.pdf Adding 0
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What Are Fact Triangles.pdf
Fact Triangles for Addition: Add 0.pdfAdding 0
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Learning math is more than finding the correct answer; it's also a process of solving problems and applying what you've learned to new problems.
* Wrong answers can sometimes be useful.

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the problem.
Don't
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Give your child time to explore different approaches to solving a difficult problem. As he works, encourage him to talk about what he is thinking. This will help him to strengthen math skills and to become an independent thinker and problem solver.
Being able to do mental math is important.

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http://www.k111.k12.il.us/king/math.htm
Do-Anytime Activities are from the publishers of Everyday Mathematics. These are wonderful activities for reinforcement of math concepts taught in the different units.

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for K-3: K-3AnytimeActivities.pdfK-3 Anytime Activities.pdf
Anytime Activities for Grades 4-6: Activities for Grades 4-6.pdf
Everyday Math Fact Triangles (basic fact practice): WhatAreFactTriangles.pdfWhat Are Fact Triangles.pdf
Fact Triangles for Addition: Add0.pdf
Add1.pdf
Add9.pdf
Add10.pdf
AddDoubles.pdf
AddMaking10.pdf
AddUWYK.pdf
AddDoubles1.pdf
AddDoubles2.pdfAdd 0.pdf
Add 1.pdf
Add 9.pdf
Add 10.pdf
Add Doubles.pdf
Add Making10.pdf
Add UWYK.pdf
Add Doubles1.pdf
Add Doubles2.pdf
Fact Triangles for Multiplication: FactTriangleSquares.pdf
Mult1.pdf
Mult2.pdf
Mult3.pdf
Mult4.pdf
Mult5.pdf
Mult6.pdf
Mult7.pdf
Mult8.pdf
Mult9.pdfFact Triangle Squares.pdf
Mult 1.pdf
Mult 2.pdf
Mult 3.pdf
Mult 4.pdf
Mult 5.pdf
Mult 6.pdf
Mult 7.pdf
Mult 8.pdf
Mult 9.pdf
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with algorithms: EMAlgorithm.pdfEM Algorithm.pdf
This will explain what an algorithm is and how to do the following algorithms:
Partial Sums

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Parents can help children develop confidence in their math abilities by helping them to understand the following concepts:
* Problems can be solved in different ways.

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new problems.
Wrong
* Wrong answers can
Ask your child to explain how she solved a math problem. Her explanation might help you to discover if she needs help with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, or with the concepts involved in solving the problem.
Don't be afraid to take risks.

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It's sometimes OK to use a calculator to solve mathematics problems.
Let your child know that to use calculators correctly and efficiently, she will need a strong grounding in math operations; otherwise, how will she know whether the answer she sees displayed is reasonable?

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Tips for Parents
Parents can help children develop confidence in their math abilities by helping them to understand the following concepts: Problems* Problems can be
Learning math is more than finding the correct answer; it's also a process of solving problems and applying what you've learned to new problems.
Wrong answers can sometimes be useful.

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It's sometimes OK to use a calculator to solve mathematics problems.
Let your child know that to use calculators correctly and efficiently, she will need a strong grounding in math operations; otherwise, how will she know whether the answer she sees displayed is reasonable?

Triangles for MultiplicationMultiplication:
FactTriangleSquares.pdf
Mult1.pdf

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Mult9.pdf
Basic Algorithms: Click here for a PowerpointExplanation to help
This will explain what an algorithm is and how to do the following algorithms:
Partial Sums

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Partial Quotients
Lattice Multiplication Click here for aA video on
Other websites available:
Everyday Math Research: