Cycle 2 Math Resources Second Semester

18 Jan

These are some various Math resources that can be used with Classical Conversations or by any family wanting to reinforce some Math concepts at home.

Liquid Equivalent Activity

Liquid Measurement Equivalencies: This activity helps with how many cups are in a pint, pints in a gallon, etc. 🙂 I always have to remind myself of these when I’m cooking! You can download the activity here: Liquid Equivalents Activity . Also, visit this post for a couple of different “Mr. Gallon Man” options. My sons loved making their own “Mr. Gallon” man. We have them hanging in our school room, and it is another great visual to reinforce these liquid equivalents.

Linear Equivalents.blog

Linear Measurement Equivalencies: I made this to use with my Abecedarians in my CC Class. Last year, my sweet little kiddos kept saying, “2.54 = 1 INCHWORM” instead of “1 inch.” Hilarious! You can download the file here: Linear Equivalents

Metric Measurements

Metric Measurement Equivalencies: Don’t you remember converting the metric system when you were in school?!?! I remember that our teacher taught us “Kids Hate Doing Meters, Don’t Confuse Me” as a mnemonic device for remembering the various metric prefixes. See, teachers, keep passing those mnemonic onto your kiddos, they work! I learned that approximately 25 years ago! (Whew, I’m old! HA!) You can download the file here: Metric Measurements

Math Laws

Math Laws: Here’s a quick printable with the 4 Math Laws for Addition and Multiplication. I laminated these for my students. As we recited the laws, they traced over the letters and numbers using a dry erase marker. One of the perks of laminating documents is that they can be used again and again with a dry erase marker. (I have this laminator and love it immensely.) Download the file here: Math Laws

How Tall, How Short, How Far Away? (David A. Adler)–While you’re studying measurements and equivalencies, check out this gem of a book! It is a vibrantly illustrated book that will be a fun way to see these few weeks of Math Grammar come to life. Go here to read a post I wrote about the book last year.

Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood

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13 Responses to “Cycle 2 Math Resources Second Semester”

  1. Solagratiamom™ January 18, 2014 at 9:39 pm #

    Welcome Back!

  2. Lydia January 19, 2014 at 4:36 pm #

    Hey Suzanne! Can I use the linear equivalents sheet in my CC class? Or do you only want people to use them at home? Either way, it is kind of you to share~:-)

    • Suzanne Shares January 19, 2014 at 5:38 pm #

      Of course, you can use them in class! 🙂 I’m planning to as well! 🙂

      • Lydia January 19, 2014 at 8:18 pm #

        Oh great! Thank you so much!!!!

      • Suzanne Shares January 19, 2014 at 8:21 pm #

        Sure! 🙂

  3. Katrina Anne Tan-Chan January 19, 2014 at 7:59 pm #

    hi suzanne, it think it should be mnemonic device not pneumatic device (for the metric system). Thank your for these wonderful resources!

    • Suzanne Shares January 19, 2014 at 8:07 pm #

      HAHAHA!!! lovely auto correct. 🙂 thanks for the heads up!

  4. Jerry Miki Morgan March 29, 2014 at 9:12 pm #

    Wow, this lady is SO talented and generous! So glad I met her two years ago!! 🙂 She is a super tutor!!

    • Suzanne Shares March 29, 2014 at 9:14 pm #

      so glad that you started CC in our community two years ago! what a blessing it has been!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Jessica January 12, 2015 at 12:27 am #

    Hi! I’m trying to understand and respect your privacy policies– do you mean that we can’t pin your page on Pinterest? I did already, but then I was looking at your wording and twas thinking that I may have been wrong in doing so. Please tell me and if you don’t want it on there, I will take it down right away!!! LOVE your visual aids for CC! Thank you so much!

  6. Jessica January 12, 2015 at 12:27 am #

    Hi! I’m trying to understand and respect your privacy policies– do you mean that we can’t pin your page on Pinterest? I did already, but then I was looking at your wording and was thinking that I may have been wrong in doing so. Please tell me and if you don’t want it on there, I will take it down right away!!! LOVE your visual aids for CC! Thank you so much!

    • Suzanne Shares January 12, 2015 at 6:15 am #

      Yes, you can definitely Pin them! 🙂 please do! 🙂 You are not allowed to take what I created, change it slightly and say that it is your creation, share it on the world wide web as something you made, etc. You are most welcome to share it, just please link it back to my blog. 🙂 Thank you for your kind words! I am so excited that these are helpful for you!!! 🙂

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