## Math Resources

## What your child needs to know before...

**Kindergarten**

• Rote Count to 10

• Colors

• Identify the 4 Basic Shapes

• One to One Correspondence to 10

**First Grade**

• A basic concept of what addition is (joining)

• A basic concept of what subtraction is (taking away)

• Counting and recognizing numbers to 100

• One to one correspondence

• Recognition of basic shapes

**Second Grade**

• Sums to 10

• Identify the value of half dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies

• Time given to the hour and half-hour

**Third Grade**

• Addition and Subtraction Fact Fluency

• Money - know the coins and their worth and be able to count them

• Be able to tell time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, and 5 minutes

• Be familiar with word problems - be able to identify what they are asking and find the clue words that tell if they should add or subtract

**Fourth Grade**

• Solid foundation of basic facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)

**Fifth Grade**

*Before coming to fifth grade...*

• Basic multiplication, addition, subtraction, and division facts

• Mastery of carrying in addition

• Borrowing and regrouping in subtraction

• Multiplication by two digit multipliers

• Division by one digit divisors

• Addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominator

• Understanding of fractions--comparing fractions with like denominators and matching fractions with models

• Equivalent fractions

• Pace value to millions period (no decimals)

• Area and perimeter

• Understanding of parallel and perpendicular

• Perseverance when working on problem solving

*When they leave fifth grade...*

• Place value to the hundred billions and thousandths place

• Relationship of decimals to fractions

• Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers

• Division by 2 digit divisors

• Modeling fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals

• Volume

• Application of area, perimeter, and volume

• Metric and standard units of measure and converting changing among each system (ex--number of centimeters in one meter)

• Characteristics of polygons

**Sixth Grade**

• Ratios and fractions can be used interchangeably

• Rules for fractions (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)

• Formulas for area, perimeter, circumference, etc.

**7th Grade**

• How to graph in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane

• Which is the x-axis and which is the y-axis on the coordinate plane

• The word “of” means multiplication if it’s between two numbers

**8th Grade**

*Pre Algebra*

• Order of Operations.

• How to work with fractions and decimals (add, subtract, multiply, divide)

• Convert back and forth with fractions, decimals, percents.

• Have a basic understanding of area, circumference, perimeter of basic shapes.

• Have a basic understanding of how to use a calculator for different operations.

*Math*

• Operations with Rational Numbers (Particularly fractions)

• Integer Rules

• Solving One and Two Step Equations

• Distributive Property

• Combining like terms

*Geometry*

• How to solve algebra equations - one step, two step, multi step.

• Students should be able to work with fractions, decimals, with and without a calculator.

• Know area, circumference, perimeter for basic figures.

• have an general understanding about surface area, volume.

• Know difference between polygons, polyhedrons, prisms, etc.

• Basic understanding of different types of angles, triangles.

## Online Resources

## Skill Practice |
Fun Brain: http://Funbrain.comMath Blaster: http://Mathblaster.comMultiplication: http://multiplication.comLearn Zillion: http://LearnZillion.comMath Game Time: http://MathGameTime.comMath Playground: http://MathPlayground.comCool Math Games: http://www.coolmath-games.com/ |

## District Resources |
District Website: www.northschuylkill.netK-5 Math Curriculum: www.pearsonsuccess.netStudy Island: www.studyisland.comBrainPop: www.brainpop.comClass Link: www.classlink.com/sites/northschuylkill |