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Singapore Primary Mathematics Level 1
US Edition

Level 1A

Singapore Math's Primary Math, U.S. Edition series features the Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract approach. Students begin by learning through concrete and pictorial means before moving into abstract thought and development, which encourages an active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas and problem solving. Lessons are designed for a mix of teacher instruction and independent work, and students are encouraged to discuss ideas and explore additional problem-solving methods.

Primary Math, Book 1A teaches students numbers 0-10, addition, subtraction, naming number positions, counting, common shapes, comparing and measuring length and weight.

This set of textbooks and workbooks is designed specifically for U.S. students. Names, terms in examples, measurement, spellings, currency and other such elements have been changed to reflect American names and stylistic preferences. 88 pgs, non-consumable and non-reproducible. Paperback.

Singapore Primary Math Workbooks are consumable and should be used in conjunction with the textbooks. Containing the exercises the student does independently, workbooks provide the practice essential to skill mastery. A variety of exercises are presented, from pictorial to abstract. This workbook accompanies Primary Math Textbook 1A US Ed.158 pages, softcover.

The Singapore Primary Math Intensive Series provides supplemental work to bolster mathematical understanding and skills. Topical, end-of-year review, and challenging exercises will help prepare students for a rigorous math education, and provide an interesting review method. Answers are included at the back. This series may accompany either the U.S. or the 3rd Edition Primary Mathematics Series.

Book 1A covers Numbers to 10, Addition/Subtraction within 20, shapes and patterns, length, weight, and more. 152 pages, softcover.

Singapore Math Home Instructor Guides were created specifically to give homeschoolers' a teacher's guide that works in an individualized environment. Work on explaining concepts as you bridge the gap between the textbook and workbook with unit concepts, pages to reference, numerous reinforcement and practice exercises and detailed solutions laid out step-by-step. Suggestion-only timeframes for each unit are included, though not organized by "daily lesson", allowing the parent to determine how much time to spend on a particular concept. This Home Instructor's guide may be used for either the 3rd Edition or Primary Math Textbook 1A U.S. Edition. 75 pages, spiral-bound softcover.
This guide contains:

  • Notes to the instructor with some mathematical background for each section in the textbook
  • Objective of each lesson
  • Teaching activities using manipulatives
  • Reinforcement activities which often include a game
  • Answers to corresponding textbook pages and learning tasks for the lesson
  • Answers to the corresponding workbook exercises

    The "Manipulatives" section on page vii of this Home Instructor's Guide refers to an appendix. However, the pages for this appendix was inadvertently left out; a link is provided to access the manipulatives section on Singapore Math's website.

  • Singapore Primary Teacher's Guides provide a clear framework with each lesson accompanied by activities which expand and reinforce concepts. Teacher's guides will work for both teachers who wish to adapt lessons to their own classroom situation, and teachers who desire easy-to-follow, effective teaching strategies. Notes to the teacher and detailed objectives for each learning task are included to help instructors fully understand the purpose and concept behind each set of problems. The teacher's guide contains answers for the textbooks and workbooks. Books are designed to be taught by classroom teachers using either the Primary Math 3rd Edition or Primary Math Textbook 1A U.S. Edition. 95 pages, spiralbound softcover.

    Level 1B

    Singapore Math's Primary Math, U.S. Edition series features the Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract approach. Students begin by learning through concrete and pictorial means before moving into abstract thought and development, which encourages an active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas and problem solving. Lessons are designed for a mix of teacher instruction and independent work, and students are encouraged to discuss ideas and explore additional problem-solving methods.

    Primary Math Textbook 1B teaches comparing numbers, picture graphs, counting, addition, and subtraction to 100, multiplication, halves, quarters, telling time, money and more.

    This set of textbooks and workbooks is designed specifically for U.S. students. Names, terms in examples, measurement, spellings, currency and other such elements have been changed to reflect American names and stylistic preferences. 96 pgs, non-consumable and non-reproducible. Paperback.

    Singapore Primary Math Workbooks are consumable and should be used in conjunction with the textbooks. Containing the exercises the student does independently, workbooks provide the practice essential to skill mastery. A variety of exercises are presented, from pictorial to abstract. This workbook accompanies Primary Math Textbook 1B US Edition. 176 pages, softcover.

    The Singapore Primary Math Intensive Series provides supplemental work to bolster mathematical understanding and skills. Topical, end-of-year review, and challenging exercises will help prepare students for a rigorous math education, and provide an interesting review method. Answers are included at the back. This series may accompany either the U.S. or the 3rd Edition Primary Mathematics Series.

    Book 1B covers comparing numbers, picture graphs, numbers to 40, multiplication, division, time, numbers to 100, and money. 117 pages, softcover.

    Singapore Math Home Instructor Guides were created specifically to give homeschoolers' a teacher's guide that works in an individualized environment. Work on explaining concepts as you bridge the gap between the textbook and workbook with unit concepts, pages to reference, numerous reinforcement and practice exercises and detailed solutions laid out step-by-step. Suggestion-only timeframes for each unit are included, though not organized by "daily lesson", allowing the parent to determine how much time to spend on a particular concept. This Home Instructor's guide may be used for either the 3rd Edition orPrimary Math Textbook 1B U.S. Edition. 104 pages, spiral-bound softcover.
    This guide contains:

  • Notes to the instructor with some mathematical background for each section in the textbook
  • Objective of each lesson
  • Teaching activities using manipulatives
  • Reinforcement activities which often include a game
  • Answers to corresponding textbook pages and learning tasks for the lesson
  • Answers to the corresponding workbook exercises

    The "Manipulatives" section on page vii of this Home Instructor's Guide refers to an appendix. However, the pages for this appendix were inadvertently left out; a link is provided to access the manipulatives section on Singapore Math's website.

  • Singapore Primary Teacher's Guides provide a clear framework with each lesson accompanied by activities which expand and reinforce concepts. Teacher's guides will work for both teachers who wish to adapt lessons to their own classroom situation, and teachers who desire easy-to-follow, effective teaching strategies. Notes to the teacher and detailed objectives for each learning task are included to help instructors fully understand the purpose and concept behind each set of problems. The teacher's guide contains answers for the textbooks and workbooks. Books are designed to be taught by classroom teachers using either the Primary Math 3rd Edition or Primary Math Textbook 1B U.S. Edition. 94 pages, spiralbound softcover.

    Extra Practice for Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition follows the topical arrangement in the Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition series. The exercises generally provide problems of a similar style and level of difficulty as the course material, but are short and specific. Instructors may assign only those topics in which the students needs more practice; it is recommended for average students needing more practice than found in the workbooks. This series may be used as a source of problems for tests, to re-teach or practice a topic, or to review a specific topic from a previous level. Answers are provided at the back of the books.

    Book 1 covers addition & subtraction within 40; Ordinal Numbers; shapes; length; weight; adding 3 numbers; numbers to 100; money and more. 100 pages, softcover.

    This workbook accompanies Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 1A US Edition and Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 1B US Edition.