# DVD

Math for Children (X) - English (X) - DVD (X)

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Using concrete objects ranging from pies to penguins, students will learn about the concept of joining groups together to form a new group. Discusses addends, sums, plus and equals signs - and addition tips such as counting on, adding with zero and doubles, making ten and ordering addends. Students will learn how to add single and double numbers.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Gathering & Graphing Data (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Measurement (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Money (2004)

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Students will learn how to identify the value of money, and how to write money amounts with numbers, symbols, and dollar signs. Using a real-life example at a restaurant, students discover how to spend wisely using estimation and comparisons, and how to receive the correct change when making a purchase.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Number Sense (2004)

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Uses concrete examples to explain common math concepts such as the difference between odd and even numbers, < & > signs, and place value. Discusses counting tricks - making patterns and skip counting, comparing and ordering numbers, and estimation.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Subtraction (2004)

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Examines the concept of separating groups that make up a whole by using concrete examples such as cookies and crayons. Discusses the subtraction equations, and that they can be written vertically or horizontally. Includes subtraction tips - counting back, fact families and subtracting with zero and doubles.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Telling Time (2004)

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In this program, children measure time in seconds, minutes, and hours, and use words relating to time like before and after. Using analog and digital clocks, they practice telling time. Discusses A.M. and P.M., clockwise motion, time estimation, and using a calendar, longer periods of time like weeks, months, and years.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Geometry (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Decimals & Percents (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Division (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Multiplication (2004)

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Students will learn about multiplication number sentences, factor - factors, products, multiplication and equal signs, and tips including ordering factors, fact families, multiplying by one and zero, skip counting, using patterns. Also looks at prime and composite numbers, and multiplying using single and double-digit numbers.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

## Fractions (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.