Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications

Product ID: Elementary

The Elementary Mathematician Vol 1 Num 1 Fall 1987

Author: Various

The Elementary Mathematician, COMAP's award-winning K-6 newsletter is available for the first time in electronic format. Each issue contains a collection of K-6 mathematic lessons that are fun to teach and exciting to learn.

Each issue contains a Pull-Out section which includes thematic lessons based on the national census, wildlife, other cultures, technology, and provides a practical way to bring the concepts and pedagogy of the NCTM Standards into your classroom.

Table of Contents:

Introduction: brave Old World

Editorial: Should Every Child Have a Calculator?

Countdown: Finger Arithmetic - Is It Bad?

Pullout Section: Geometric Concepts and Oral Math

Problems For Teachers: Water, Water, Everywhere

Project News: Reckoning With Mathematics
You're Never Too Old (Or Too Young) to Usa a Calculator

Children's Perspective on Mathematics: Collecting and Using Data

©1987 by COMAP, Inc.
The Elementary Mathematician 1.1
16 pages

Mathematics Topics:

  • Various

Application Areas:

  • Various



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