A maths homework help guide for KS1 and KS2
Key Stage 1 Children doing Key Stage 1 maths may be unwilling to write numbers and sums, but that isn’t a problem. What is important is that they understand the concept of counting, adding and subtracting. This can be practised every day. For example, ask them the number of people the table needs to be set for at dinner or ask them to count items of clothing as they dress or undress. You can use sweets on a saucer for practising adding and subtracting - with obvious rewards for getting it right! Counting songs, such as Ten in the Bed and Five Little Ducks are good maths practice, too.
The Importance of Homework
By: Rachel Newcombe - Updated: 17 Feb 2017 | *DiscussIt’s the bane of many children’s lives, but homework does serve an important educational purpose and it’s helpful for parents to encourage a healthy attitude to homework from an early age. Going to school all day is enough for some children, so coming home and having to do more work isn’t much fun. However as much as they hate homework, it is an important part of their education and learning. It can be hard work cajoling children into sitting down and dutifully doing any homework they’ve been set, but in the long run it’s definitely worth persisting with it.
Jan McChesney - Go Math Mini-lessons/Flipped lessons
Welcome to Go Math! Thanks to PTO's gift of iPads to teachers, I discovered a great way to use this technology to reinforce instruction! Iwill be posting lessons as we go through the Chapters!These lessons will be posted through Edmodo once we get up and rolling! They can be used in two ways:1. Remediation: If your child needs to hear the current day's lesson again before doing homework, here it is in 7 minutes or less! Or if you need to understand what your child is working on!2. Enrichment: If math comes easily for your child and they want to work ahead, they can watch the next day's lesson, answer the questions, and if I feel they have complete understanding, they will work through the lesson independently and then have the opportunity to complete half of their homework and/or work on enrichment activities.
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Grade 7 - Math Makes Sense - Web Resources - apcanuck-math
Unit Lesson Topic Videos Resources 1 1. 1Patterns in DivisionDivision BasicsCommon Divisibility ExamplesDivisibility RulesMore Divisibility Rules & PatternsDefinition of "divisible" 1. 2More Patterns in DivisionDivision PatternsDivisibility RulesMore divisibility patternsDivisibility GameVector Kids Divisibility GameDivisibility by 10, 5 & 2Divisibility by 3 & 9Divisibility by 6Divisibility by 4 & 8 1. 3Algebraic ExpressionsWhat is an "expression"What is an "Algebraic Expression"?Introduction to "Algebraic Expressions"Using ExpressionsIntroduction to AlgebraIntroduction to Algebraic Expressions 1.
Is homework a necessary evil?
Homework battles have raged for decades. For as long as kids have been whining about doing their homework, parents and education reformers have complained that homework's benefits are dubious. Meanwhile many teachers argue that take-home lessons are key to helping students learn. Now, as schools are shifting to the new (and hotly debated) Common Core curriculum standards, educators, administrators and researchers are turning a fresh eye toward the question of homework's value. But when it comes to deciphering the research literature on the subject, homework is anything but an open book.
Modern Chemistry Chapter 5.ppt - Chemistry Chapter 5 the Periodic Table In
Unformatted text preview: Chemistry Chapter 5 the Periodic Table In 1860, Stanislao Cannizzaro presented a method for accurately measuring the relative atomic masses of the elements. Chemistry Chapter 5 The Periodic Law In 1869, Dmitri Mendeleev published his first “periodic table”. – He started by placing the known elements in order using their atomic masses. – He recognized that certain properties repeated themselves “periodically”. – He then rearranged the elements so that elements with similar properties appeared together in his table. – His procedure left empty spaces for elements that had not been discovered.
[ Discipline ][ Academic ][ Communication ][ Other ] Forms and Letters Discipline Behavior Documentation - Shelli TempleA form to document behavior for individual students. Meant to be kept as a class set in a folder with a behavior log for each student. [download]Behavior Journal - Shelli TempleThis journal style form can be given to students whenever they break a classroom rule or an incident occurs. After discussing it with the student, it is placed in their file for future reference. [download]Detention Assignment - Shelli TempleA form to notify students that they have been assigned detention.
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What is the slope of a line?
The slope of a line is its angle, or steepness. It can be positive, if the line slopes upwards as the we look from left-to-right, or it can be negative, if the line slopes downhill from left to right. Horizontal and Vertical Lines A horizontal line is perfectly flat. It has no "steepness" and neither goes up nor down. Mathematically, we can express that by saying that a horizontal line has a slope of 0. The graph below has a slope of 0, and you can see that it has no steepness, or slope (it's flat!). If a horizontal line is flat, what about a vertical line? This type of line goes straight up and down, so it doesn't really have a defined slope we can measure.