Basic Math Skills: Chapter 3 Activities
This course is designed for seventh grade students in regular classrooms or guided individualized learning programs in which students progress through the material as rapidly as desired or as slowly as necessary. The course consists of six texts with six companion activities. Every lesson begins with theme art and an engaging narrative from "Professor K" designed to draw students into the lesson. The course covers basic math concepts beginning with simple properties and extending through calculations of powers and roots, percentages, volume, weight, temperature, area, and unknowns. Students receive a solid foundation in scientific notation, metric systems, basic geometry, graphs, square and cube roots, PEMDAS, grouping, fractions, decimals, percent, and interest. Students learn how to understand and complete word problems, especially those types which appear on state academic assessments.
CHAPTER 3 ACTIVITY
Key topics: graphs, negative numbers: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; grouping, operational symbols, associative and distributive properties, exponents, PEMDAS, square power, square roots, cubes, English weight, fractional measure, interest
She does like the format of this because it includes extra information about history and science, which piques her interest and allows her to gather little tid-bits of information besides just additional math practice.
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