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Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach Grade 1 Student Pack
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Based upon the Singapore method of teaching mathematics, Math in Focus features a problem-based approach that builds on a concrete-to-pictorial-to-abstract progression. Within each grade fewer topics are taught, but at a more in-depth level; visual representations, modeling strategies, and a development of conceptual understanding, place value, and computation fluency help students to understand the "how" behind their exercises.
The consumable student workbooks provide practice, assessment, and skill-development exercises. In the textbooks, cheery illustrations and easy-to-understand lessons give kids a fun atmosphere to work in.
The first semester (1A) helps children work on counting to 20, ways to add and subtract, plane and solid shapes, ordinal numbers, position words, and measurement. The second semester (1B) covers weight, picture & bar graphs; numbers, addition, and subtraction to 100; mental math; calendar & time; multiplication; division; money; and real-life problems throughout all chapters.
Please Note: This product is only available for purchase by homeschools, consumers, and public institutions.
Vendor: Saxon Publishing
|Publication Date: 2011|
Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach Grade 1 Student Workbook ASaxon Publishing / 2009 / Trade Paperback$11.603 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach Grade 1 Student Workbook BSaxon Publishing / 2009 / Trade Paperback$11.605 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach Grade 1 AssessmentsSaxon Publishing / 2009 / Other$47.90
Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach Grade 1A First Semester KitSaxon Publishing / 2009 / Other$116.79 Retail:
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Q: What is the purpose of the Textbooks? I want an easy approach to teaching math to my Grade 1 son with not too much wrote learning. Wondering what is included in the text book? Is it basically lesson plans for the teacher, or is it something the student is meant to go through first and then do corresponding workbook pages? Also, how much time per lesson/concept?
The textbook contains the student lesson and refers the student to the workbook for written practice. Lesson plans are found in the Teacher's Guides, which are sold in the First and Second Semester kits. There is no specific time frame given for the lessons.