By Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes

The nationwide Council of academics of arithmetic identifies algebra as one of many 5 significant math content material parts to be studied in ALL grades. This Algebra Readiness sequence makes assembly this mandate effortless and enjoyable, even within the more youthful grades. every one publication good points dozens of reproducibles that supply scholars perform in several problem-solving innovations and algebraic techniques. scholars discover ways to establish variables, clear up for the values of unknowns, determine and proceed styles, use logical reasoning, and much more. comprises 10 full-color transparencies with problem-solving steps and notice difficulties, excellent for whole-class studying. to be used with Grade 1.

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Use the clues. CLUES: • Look at question 5. How can you figure out the sum? ) Math Chat With the Transparency Display the “Make the Case: Face the Numbers” transparency on the overhead. Before children can decide which character is “wearing smarty pants,” they need to figure out the answer to the problem. Encourage children to work in pairs to solve the problem. Then bring the class together for another whole-class discussion. Ask: + A 2 = 7 + B = 8 I’ll use Clue A first. I can find the number for the monkey face.

Picture 10 will have _____ . Ima Thinker . . Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 1 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources 44 . Picture 6 I see a pattern. Picture 1 has 1 and 1 Picture 2 has 1 and 2 Picture 3 has 1 and 3 1. Draw the circles in Picture 5. 2. Picture 5 will have _____ Picture 5 Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ FIND THE PATTERN MAKE THE CASE If the pattern continues, how many and will there be in Picture 6? Picture 1 Picture 2 Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr.

1 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources I’ll use Clue B first. I can find the number for the eagle face. 1. = _____ Ima Thinker 2. = _____ 3. + 4. + = _____ 5. + = _____ 7 = _____ 59 Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ FACE THE NUMBERS PROBLEM 4 What are the numbers? and stand for numbers. Faces that are the same stand for the same numbers. Use the clues. + CLUES: A = 10 B 4 + = 12 I’ll use Clue B first. I can find the number for the tiger face.