Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Grade 3: An Essential Part of by Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes

By Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes

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Replace A with 8. Check 8 with each clue: Clue 1: You say 8 when you count by 2s. Clue 2: 8 + 8 = 16, and 16 is less than 18. ) 2) 3) A + A is less than 18. A is greater than 6. I’ll start with Clue 2. I’ll make a list Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 3 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources of numbers for A . ” 1. What numbers are on Ima’s list? ___________________________ Ima Thinker 2. Look at Clue 1. Which numbers can you cross off Ima’s list? Math Chat With the Transparency ___________________________ 3.

__________ 3. If one sphere weighs 6 pounds, what is the weight of 6 cones? __________ 4. How did you figure out the answer to #3? _______________ _______________________________________________ 63 ALGE B 3 SS NE READ I RA Favorite Numbers Overview Presented with an array of consecutive numbers, children identify the relationship between the last number in a row and the row number. Algebra Identify patterns in rows of numbers and continue the pattern • Explore variables as representing varying quantities • Identify the functional relationship between the last number in a row and the row number Problem-Solving Strategies Generalize patterns Related Math Skills Add and subtract with whole numbers • Multiply and divide, basic facts • Apply inverse operations Math Language Last number • Pattern • Row Introducing the Problem Set Make photocopies of “Solve the Problem: Favorite Numbers” (page 66) and distribute to children.

I’ll make a list Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 3 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources of numbers for A . ” 1. What numbers are on Ima’s list? ___________________________ Ima Thinker 2. Look at Clue 1. Which numbers can you cross off Ima’s list? Math Chat With the Transparency ___________________________ 3. What is A ? ” transparency on the overhead. Before children can decide which character is “wearing a thinking cap,” they need to figure out the answer to the problem.

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