Ch 15: Number Sense for Children

Check out this chapter's video lessons on number sense for children. Learn to identify simple and compound statements, discover five logic connectives in mathematics and differentiate between inductive and deductive reasoning.

Number Sense for Children - Chapter Summary

This chapter on number sense for children focuses on the development of mathematical reasoning and critical-thinking skills. Watch and study the included online video lessons and learn to apply the use of logic when calculating the answers to equations. Discover techniques such as visualization for solving math word problems, and explore strategies for writing math expressions. In these lessons, you will complete the following:

• Discover how logic is used to prove mathematical theorems
• Outline the steps necessary for solving a word problem
• Learn to use imagery to restate a word problem
• Solve word problems by personalizing them
• Translate a math sentence
• Discuss the relationship between language skills and math
• Discover how math applies to real-life situations

These video lessons are entertaining and educational. Brush up on your math skills by studying online via your tablet or other mobile device. The videos are self-paced, so they can be paused and re-watched as needed. Video tags allow you to skip to a lesson's next main topic. Read over the written transcripts and take the multiple-choice self-assessment quizzes to ensure your progress. If you like, print out the quiz results and worksheets for use as offline study resources.

10 Lessons in Chapter 15: Number Sense for Children
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