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2nd Gr. Mountain Math in a Book
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2nd Gr. Mountain Math in a Book
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1. •  Identify, read, and write any given numeral.
 • Identify odd and even numbers.
 • Addition and subtraction.
 • Identify the place value of a digit by its position in the ones, tens, or hundreds place.
 • Demonstrate place value using expanded notation.
2. •  Identify, read, and write any given numeral in standard form.
3. •  Demonstrate place value using expanded notation, e.g. 999 = 900 + 90 + 9
 • Addition.
4. •  Demonstrate place value, e.g. 999 = 9 hundreds + 9 tens + 9 ones.
 • Addition.
5. •  Identify the place value of a digit by its position in the ones, tens or hundreds place.
6. •  Demonstrate knowledge of single digit addition facts.
 • Demonstrate knowledge of subtraction facts.
 • Demonstrate that addition and subtraction are inverse operations.
7. •  Measure time in hour, half-hour, and five-minute intervals.
8. •  Identify patterns in a table or list.
9. •  Count and order numbers by ones, twos, threes, and fives.
 • Recognize patterning.
10. •  Identify and read the symbols 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, and 1/10 as names for some fractions.
11. •  Read markings of a ruler using inches.
12. •  Read markings of a ruler using centimeters.
13. •  Recognize the Associative Property of Addition.
 • Recognize the Commutative Property of Addition.
 • Identify a missing addend.
 • Recognize algebraic expression.
  14. Compare any two numbers using the symbols greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=).
15. •  Demonstrate knowledge of single digit addition facts by solving for n.
 • Demonstrate knowledge of subtraction facts by solving for n.
 • Recognize algebraic expression.
16. •  Add three-digit numbers without regrouping.
 • Subtract three-digit numbers without regrouping.
 • Add and subtract two-digit numbers with regrouping.
17. •  Identify spheres, cubes, cylinders, cones, and rectangular prisms with physical objects that are found in the students' environment.
18. •  Use data to describe events as more likely, less likely or equally likely.
19. •  Recognize that multiplication can be repeated addition.
 • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic multiplication facts.
20. •  Recognize that multiplication can be repeated addition.
 • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic multiplication facts.
 • Arrays.
21. •  Recognize the operational symbols for division.
 • Perform division using the basic division facts.
 • Arrays.
22. •  Solve problems involving length, area, temperature and time.
23. •  Describe data, answer questions, and draw conclusions based on data representation.
24. •  Determine the value combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars to $1.00.
Based on our popular Mountain Math bulletin board kits, these portable workbooks use the same techniques to review math skills. Flexible self guided pages can be used at home or in the classroom. Books keep concepts fresh during the school year or summer vacation.

Mountain Math in a Book can be used for basic skills practice, assessment, home schooling activities, reinforcement of previously taught skills, enrichment activities, tutoring resources, preparation for standardized achievement tests, and more.

Recommended for home use and classroom use.

These are consumable textbooks (one per student) and are not intended to be reproduced. Colored pages will not duplicate on copy machines.
  • Measures 8.5" x 11"
  • 68 pages, full color
  • Provides around 20 weeks of review
  • These are consumable textbooks (one per student) and are not intended to be reproduced. Colored pages will not duplicate on copy machines.
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"Four years ago, I received the 1990 version of Mountain Language and the 1991 version of Mountain Math from a teacher who moved to a higher grade. I have used them with my sixth grade students every year with much success. The worksheets are given to the students on Monday morning, and they have until Thursday afternoon to complete them. Most of the work is done when students have extra time following regular assignments, and the work must be done in class (never at home). On Thursday evening, I grade the Mountain Language and go over the papers with the students on Friday. If any part of the example is not correct (a missing comma, a misspelled word, etc.), the entire example is marked wrong. In the beginning of the year, most students fail, but, by January, most students miss only one or two. The program is a great review tool, but it also provides opportunities to introduce new concepts. Recently, our administrators encouraged all faculty members to consider purchasing Mountain Language because my students' standardized test scores are consistently high, an achievement I attribute largely to this great teaching strategy."
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