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Mountain Math Centers are colorful, year-round, and reusable flip books. Mountain Math is a program which is based on the concepts taught at each grade level. Each grade's center focuses on that grade level's concepts. Mountain Math allows you to review and preview concepts on a weekly basis or more often if you prefer. Mountain Math centers include enough pages to provide adequate review throughout the year. Instructions and concept sheets are also included. more...
|1. || || Writing a number in words-including decimals.|
| || ||Rounding numbers to ten thousands, hundred thousands, millions, tenths, hundredths, and thousandths.|
| || ||Identifying place values-including decimals.|
| || ||Scientific notation.|
| || ||2. Identifying whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents as >, < or = each other.|
|3. || || Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers and decimals.|
|4. || || Estimating to the nearest whole number in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division including decimals.|
|5. || || Evaluating expressions with variables-including decimals and integers.|
|6. || || Solving one step equations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and integers.|
|7. || || Exponents.|
| || ||Identifying base and exponent.|
| || ||Writing with exponents.|
| || ||Evaluating exponents.|
|8. || || Properties: Additive Inverse, Additive Identity, Multiplicative Inverse, Multiplicative Identity, Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication, Associative Property of Addition and Multiplication and the Distributive Property.|
|9. || || Order of operations.|
|10. || || Converting metric measurements.|
|11. || || Divisibility rules for numbers 1-10.|
| || ||Least Common Multiple.|
| || ||Greatest Common Factor.|
| || ||Prime, composite, and neither numbers.|
| || ||Prime factorization and writing with exponents.|
|12. || || Changing improper fractions to mixed numbers.|
| || ||Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions.|
|13. || || Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions.|
| || ||Reducing fractions to lowest terms.|
| || ||Operations on mixed numbers.|
|14. || || Converting numbers to fractions/ratio, decimals, and percents.|
|15. || || Identifying ratios.|
| || ||Solving and checking proportions.|
|16. || || Finding the percent of a number.|
| || ||Finding what percent one number is of another.|
| || ||Finding a number when a percent of it is known.|
|17. || || Identifying geometric figures and naming them: point, line, ray, line segment, angle.|
|18. || || Geometry.|
| || ||Identifying and naming circles.|
| || ||Identifying radius, diameter, and chord.|
| || ||Identifying quadrilaterals: parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, and trapezoid.|
| || ||Identifying and classifying triangles: equilateral, isosceles, scalene, acute, right, obtuse.|
|19. || || Perimeter (circumference) of geometric figures: circle, square, rectangle, rhombus, triangle, and trapezoid.|
| || ||Area of geometric figures.|
|20. || || Integers.|
| || ||Writing from least to greatest.|
| || ||Graphing on a number line.|
|21. || || Operations on integers-addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.|
|22. || || Identifying x and y coordinates in an ordered pair.|
| || ||Graphing ordered pairs on a coordinate (Cartesian) plane.|
|23. || || Sets-Intersection and union.|
|24. || || Finding central tendencies-range, mean, median, and mode.|
- 34 page color flip chart
- Black line master of student response sheet
- Answer key
- Measures 19 inches wide and 13 inches high
- Provides up to 34 weeks of review
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|What Other Customers Are Saying:|
|"Two of our 7th grade classes have purchased General and Pre-Algebra Mountain Math for classroom use. We really like the idea of repetition especially after seeing how our students struggle with number sense, across the board. I have two resource math classes, who are learning the 7th grade common core curriculum, at a slower pace, and I'm using a modified response sheet for them. One of my classes uses this sheet, and only works on one problem a day, as they have trouble switching gears easily. My other resource class is using the standard response sheet, however, we only do 13 of the 24 questions. I really enjoy using the program and have already seen student learning benefits. Thanks!"|