# Visible Thinking in Mathematics

Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete to Pictorial to Abstract teaching method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 1A is designed for the first semester of Grade 1. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this workbook include numbers to 10 and 20, number bonds, addition and subtraction within 10 and 20, shapes and patterns, ordinal numbers, and picture graphs.  Consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. Grade 1.

Please note: this series uses only metric measurement units.

Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete to Pictorial to Abstract teaching method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 1B is designed for the second semester of Grade 1. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this workbook include numbers to 100, place value, addition and subtraction, length, multiplication, division time, and money.  Consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. Grade 1.

Please note: this series uses only metric measurement units.

Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete to Pictorial to Abstract teaching method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 2A is designed for the first semester of Grade 2. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this workbook include numbers and addition and subtraction to 1,000, multiplication, division, and fractions. Answer Key included.  Consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. Grade 2.

Please note: this series uses only metric measurement units.

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Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 3A is designed for the first-semester of Grade 3. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this 3A text include: numbers to 10,000; addition and subtraction within 10,000; word problems involving addition and subtraction; multiplication and division by 6,7,8, and 9; multiplication and division; and mental calculations.

154 consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. 3rd Grade. Answer key is included in the back of the book. Please note that this series has not been revised to reflect US-norms, and thus currency images in the money chapters are Singapore coins and bills. In addition, only metric measurement units are used.

• Marshall Cavendish Corporation / 2014 / Trade Paperback
Our Price\$12.02 Retail Price\$13.35 Save 10% (\$1.33)
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Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 3B is designed for the second-semester of Grade 3. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this 3B text include: money; length, mass and volume; bar graphs; fractions; time; angles; parallel & perpendicular lines; and area & perimeter.

154 consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. 3rd Grade. Answer key is included in the back of the book. Please note that this series has not been revised to reflect US-norms, and thus currency images in the money chapters are Singapore coins and bills. In addition, only metric measurement units are used.

Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 4A is designed for the first-semester of Grade 4. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this 4A text include: whole numbers, angles, squares & rectangles and symmetry

130 consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. 4th Grade. Answer key is included in the back of the book. Please note that this series has not been revised to reflect US-norms, and thus currency images in the money chapters are Singapore coins and bills. In addition, only metric measurement units are used.

Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 4B is designed for the second-semester of Grade 4. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this 4B text include: fractions, decimals, area & perimeter, tables & line graphs, and time

145 consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. 4th Grade. Answer key is included in the back of the book. Please note that this series has not been revised to reflect US-norms, and thus currency images in the money chapters are Singapore coins and bills. In addition, only metric measurement units are used.

Singapore Math's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 5A is designed for the first semester of Grade 5. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this 5A text include: place value, written numbers, multiplication and division, order of operations, fractions and division, adding and subtracting mixed numbers, word problems, and more.

178 consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. 5th Grade. Answer key is included in the back of the book. Please note that this series has not been revised to reflect US-norms, and thus currency images in the money chapters are Singapore coins and bills. In addition, only metric measurement units are used.

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Singapore's Visible Thinking in Mathematics is a supplemental program that's perfect for students who could use additional guidance on the pictorial stage of Singapore's Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract method. Step-by-step explanations and strategies will help students visualize concepts--encouraging them to learn how to solve problems by "seeing them"--before they move on to more abstract skills. Questions develop a mastery of the actual concepts involved by presenting students with problems that feature the same context with different words, helping them to firmly grasp the difference between similar concepts. Critical thinking is also encouraged through questions that ask students to think about the ways in which they solved the problem.

Visible Thinking Math 5B is designed for the second-semester of Grade 5. Each chapter features a "thinking platform" page that models the concept through examples; teaching notes at the bottom of the page provide a lesson focus for the teacher. This lesson-page is followed by the "Attaining Mastery" worksheet pages. Concepts taught in this 5B text include: decimals, percentages, averages, angles, triangles & four-sided figures, and volume of cubes & cuboids

218 consumable (non-reproducible) pages, softcover. 5th Grade. Answer key is included in the back of the book. Please note that this series has not been revised to reflect US-norms, and thus currency images in the money chapters are Singapore coins and bills. In addition, only metric measurement units are used.