### MATH Study Zone

**Math Vocabulary**

**Place Value and Number Order**

Number lines

Skip Counting

Odd and Even Numbers

Whole Numbers Digits

Place Value

Base Ten Blocks

Composing Numbers

Compare and Order Numbers

Greater Than and Less Than

Comparing Numbers Using a Number Line

Estimated Answers

Estimating Numbers by Rounding

Using Number Lines to Round

Exact Versus Estimated Solutions

Introduction to Counting Coins

Introduction to Counting Bills

Counting Money

Making a Dollar

Making Change

**Addition and Subtraction**

Commutative Property of Addition

Commutative Property of Addition II

Addends and Sum

The Associative Property of Addition

The Associative Property of Addition II

The Associative Property of Addition III

Adding and Subtracting Odd and Even Numbers

Adding without Regrouping

Adding with Regrouping

Subtracting without Regrouping

Subtracting with Regrouping

Subtracting Across Zero

Using Rounding to Estimate Sums and Differences

Using Rounding to Check Answers

Factors and Product

Commutative Property of Multiplication

Commutative Property of Multiplication II

Commutative Property of Multiplication III

The Identity Property of Multiplying One

The Zero Property of Multiplication

The Zero Property of Multiplication II

Multiplying Basic Facts (0-4)

How to Learn Multiplication Facts

Doubling

Multiplication Times Table

Multiplying Basic Facts (5-10)

Multiplying using Arrays and Number Lines

Multiplication Arrays

Multiplication Number Lines

Multiplication Tiles and Grids

Multiplying Strategies

Lattice Strategy to Multiplying Greater Numbers

Subtracting Across Zero

Using Rounding to Estimate Sums and Differences

Using Rounding to Check Answers

**Multiplication**Factors and Product

Commutative Property of Multiplication

Commutative Property of Multiplication II

Commutative Property of Multiplication III

The Identity Property of Multiplying One

The Zero Property of Multiplication

The Zero Property of Multiplication II

Multiplying Basic Facts (0-4)

How to Learn Multiplication Facts

Doubling

Multiplication Times Table

Multiplying Basic Facts (5-10)

Multiplying using Arrays and Number Lines

Multiplication Arrays

Multiplication Number Lines

Multiplication Tiles and Grids

Multiplying Strategies

Lattice Strategy to Multiplying Greater Numbers

**Division**

What is Division

Using Multiplication Fact Families to Divide

Divisor, Dividend, and Quotient

Division as a Fair Share

Division into Equal Sets

Finding Half

Division Facts

Division Fact Table

Solving for How Many

**Fractions**

Introduction to Fractions

Fractions: Part of a Whole

Writing Fractions

Fractions as Part of a Set or Object

Fractions in the Real World

Numerator and Denominator

Dividing Wholes into Fractions

Equivalent Fractions

Compare Fractions

Compare and Order Fractions

Making Fractions

**Algebra (Patterns and Missing Numbers)**

Observing a Pattern

Solving Geometric or Symbol Patterns

Shape Patterns

Geometric Patterns

Number Patterns

Problem Solving with Patterns

Using a Rule to Extend a Number Pattern

Number Lines

Alike and Different

Estimating Objects with Reasonableness

**Geometry**

Lines: Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting

Points, Rays, and Angles

Classifying Angles

Two Dimensional (Plane) Figures

Side, Vertex, and Vertices on Two Dimensional Figures

Shapes

Polygons

Polygons and Quadrilaterals

Symmetry

Lines of Symmetry

Congruent and Similar Figures

What are Congruent Figures

What are Similar Figures

Three Dimensional Figures: Length, Height, Width

Naming Three Dimensional Figures

Three Dimensional Objects

Prisms and Pyramids

Faces on Three Dimensional Figures

What is Face, Edge, and Vertex

Face, Edge, and Vertex on Pyramids, Prisms, Cones, and Cylinders

Elements of Geometric Solids

**Measurement**

What is Customary Measurement

Customary Units of Length: Inch, Foot,Yard, Mile

What is Length

Customary and Metric Length

Measuring Length

Measuring Length in Inches

Measuring Length in Feet and Yards

Measuring Length in Centimeters

Estimating Length (Customary)

Estimating Measures

Using a Yardstick

Using a Ruler

Using a Metric Stick

Comparing Height: Taller or Shorter

Comparing Length: Longer or Shorter

Comparing Distance: Closer or Farther

Using Standard and Nonstandard Ways to Measure

What is Area and Perimeter

Perimeter

Area

Telling Time

Telling Time on Different Clocks

Time as Fractions of an Hour

Elapsed Time

How to Solve Elapsed Time

Solving Elapsed Time across Noon or Midnight

Units of Time and Using a Calendar

**Probability and Statistics**

Using Visual Aids to Understand Math

Collecting Data

Collecting Data and putting it in a Graph

Answering Questions from Charts and Graphs

Tables and Tally Marks

Bar Graphs

Reading Bar Graphs

How to Make a Bar Graph

Pictographs

Reading Pictographs

How to Make a Pictograph

Comparing Bar Graphs and Pictographs

Using Pictographs

Line Graphs

How to Make A Line Graph

Predictions

Making Predictions from Data

**Problem Solving**

Exploring Math

There are MANY ways to solve ANY PROBLEM

Choose A Strategy to Solve

Prove and Justify your Answer

We Use Math Everyday

Using Everyday Math in a New Problem

Many Representations

Use Representations

Choose a representation

Multiple Representations

Problems and Solutions

Seeing Math in Everyday Situations

Pictures and Diagrams

Solving a Problem with Words

Solving a Problem by Saying it Your Own Way

Solving a Problem with Objects

Solving a Problem with Models

How to Make a Model

Solving a Problem with Pictures

Solving a Problem by Drawing Pictures

Solving a Problem with Graphs

Solving a Problem with an Organized List

Solve a Problem by Making a Chart

Solve a Problem Using Math Tools

Solve a Problem with an Educated Guess

Solving a Problem with Guess and Check

More Guess and Check

Solving a Problem by Eliminating Answer Choices

Solving a Problem with True or False Statements

Identifying Extra Information

Finding the Information You Need

Finding the Hidden Question in a Multistep Problem

Choosing the Right Operation

Check Your Answer to a Problem

Check Your Answer with Another Strategy

Is Your Answer Reasonable?

Explain Your Thinking

Explain Your Strategy

Give Reasons for Your Answers

Labeling and Organizing Work

Ways to Share Your Math Ideas

Applying Mathematical Information

Finding Math in Other Subjects

Using Math in Other Places