# Use It! Don't Lose It! Daily Math Practice

Similar to Daily Math Practice, these provide grade appropriate practice problems on a daily basis for 36 weeks. Each day students work 5 problems. Monday through Thursday problem sets consist of one computational, one problem-solving, and one algebra problem. The remaining two activities for Mondays and Wednesdays contain a statistic/probability activity and a geometry one. Measurement and number concepts round out the remaining two types of problems Tuesdays and Thursdays. Friday activities follow a slightly different pattern with two computational, one algebraic, one "random," and one challenge problem. With each week's activities centered around a particular theme like the Titanic or inventions, students will not only sharpen their math skills but also learn real facts about the topic at hand. Practice problems are set up in a spiraling sequence with the difficulty level increasing each successive week. Please note: Although the algebra level book follows the same pattern of 5 practice problems per day, there are not set "types" of problems for each day of the week. Algebra skills covered are expressions, operations, equations with variables, exponents, roots and radicals, inequalities, coordinate graphing, functions, and more. Answers included, reproducible, 127 pgs. ~ Enh