Math Lessons for a Living Education Level K

Math Lessons for a Living Education Level K

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Item #: 074899
ISBN: 9781683441762
Grades: K

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It has been shown that students learn best and retain more when they are engaged in the material and actively apply concepts to everyday life. Here is the foundation course forMath Lessons for a Living Educationthat is designed to engage students through exciting stories, teach them how to apply mathematical concepts through everyday life situations, and allow them to learn smarter instead of harder!

  • Learn to count to 10 and numbers 0-10
  • Develop critical thinking skills and build stamina
  • Make connections to their world by noticing basic patterns, shapes, and concepts of time

This book was written to be used by you and your young students together. It begins the story of a twin brother and sister as they interact with their family, friends, and town. They make connections in life and find it full of learning opportunities! Students will learn about counting, basic shapes, opposites, positional words, graphing, and more. They will also learn about the weather, nature, and how unique God created them to be. Come join the twins as they encounter living math adventures.

Table of Contents

  • Using This Course
  • Schedule
  • Lesson 1: Counting to 5, Circles, and Calendar Concepts
  • Lesson 2: Counting to 5, Ovals, and Seasons
  • Lesson 3: Counting to 7, Triangles, and Number Line
  • Lesson 4: Counting to 7, Squares, and Shape Matching
  • Lesson 5: Comparisons, Rectangles, and Shape Review
  • Lesson 6: Comparisons, Stars, and Number Line
  • Lesson 7: Opposites and Symmetry
  • Lesson 8: Differences and Similarities, and Matching
  • Lesson 9: Cooking and Measuring, Diamonds, and Graphing
  • Lesson 10: Number of the Week: 0, Measuring, and Counting Review
  • Lesson 11: Number of the Week: 1, and Position Words
  • Lesson 12: Number of the Week: 2, and Position Words
  • Lesson 13: Number of the Week: 3, and More or Less
  • Lesson 14: Cooking and Measuring, and More or Less
  • Lesson 15: Reviewing Shapes, Matching, and More or Less
  • Lesson 16: Reviewing Counting to 7, and More or Less
  • Lesson 17: Basic Sequencing, and Counting Review
  • Lesson 18: Completing the Sequence, and Number Review to 3
  • Lesson 19: Number of the Week: 4, Counting, and Reviewing Shapes
  • Lesson 20: Number of the Week: 5, and Counting
  • Lesson 21: Number of the Week: 6, Counting, and Differences
  • Lesson 22: Number of the Week: 7, Counting, and Comparisons
  • Lesson 23: Number of the Week: 8, Graphing, and Shapes
  • Lesson 24: Number of the Week: 9, and Differences
  • Lesson 25: Number of the Week: 10, and Completing the Sequence
  • Lesson 26: Review Counting to 10
  • Lesson 27: Review Counting, and Right and Left
  • Lesson 28: Review Numbers, and Patterns and Sequences
  • Lesson 29: Sorting and Matching
  • Lesson 30: Review Shapes and Matching
  • Lesson 31: Concepts of Time: Morning, Afternoon, Evening, and Night
  • Lesson 32: Review of Shapes, Position Words, and Counting to 10
  • Lesson 33: Review Weights, Small and Large, and Comparisons
  • Lesson 34: Introducing Money, Patterns, and Shapes
  • Lesson 35: Possible vs Impossible, and Review of Symmetry
  • Lesson 36: Ordering Numbers, Right and Left, and Review of Numbers 1-10
  • Practice Sheets
  • Calendar Activities
  • Puzzle Solutions
Category Description for PROGRAMS - OTHER:

While offering some instruction, these programs include less teaching material or do not cover the full range of grade-level skills that the comprehensive programs offer.

Category Description for Math Lessons for a Living Education:

What is a living education? Living education is the real-life application of the things you learn. When this approach is applied to math, it is not taught in a vacuum; rather, mathematical concepts are integrated into everyday situations. This is the Charlotte Mason approach to education, and Angela ODell, author of this curriculum, has captured the spirit of the methodology in this easy-to-use series. Math is taught through the adventures of a brother and sister, Charlie and Charlotte, and their family. Books are designed to be consumable but are not reproducible, and answer keys are downloadable with the link provided in each book. Levels are designed to be one-year courses and each has 36 lessons. Books feature a suggested daily schedule at the beginning with a grid for completion and grading built in. Although the books are

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Master Book Publishers
2.7 (lbs.)
10.88" x 8.38" x 1.0"
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