Our presentation examples address the following Maryland and NCTM standards:

  1. Identify, describe and create a variety of numeric and non-numeric patters. [Pattern Blocks]
  2. Find the missing number in a number sentence using a variety of strategies. [Integer Rods]
  3. Gather relevant data and compile results to answer a question.
  4. Organize and display data using tables, pictographs and bar graphs.
  5. Interpret, compare and make predictions based on tables, pictographs and bar graphs.
  6. Read, write and represent whole numbers and simple fractions using symbols, words and models.
  7. Use models/manipulatives and make drawings to show multiplication and division facts.
  8. Identify, name, compare and determine the value of a given set of currency through one hundred dollars and use this knowledge to solve problems including adding and subtracting money and counting change.

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Math presentation prepared by Joyce Perdue and Patti Weeg
for the National Title 1 Conference - Tampa, Florida: January 24-26, 2002
| Authors in Residence | Elementary Math Students in the CyberZone |

January 2002