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Student will learn double digit addition & subtraction, units of measurement, simple fractions, place value, money, how to work with word problems, and so much more!
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Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 2 teaches math concepts through engaging, real-life stories and practical application because math is all around us in daily life! This story-based approach encourages your student to participate in the story, make mathematical connections, explore the world around them with Charlie & Charlotte, and learn how they can put math to work in their own lives!
In Level 2, your student joins Charlie and Charlotte for continuing adventures & learning opportunities! Together they’ll learn about numbers, place value, addition & subtraction, seasons, and geography while also developing important character traits as they expand their math skills to solve real-life problems!
Students learn best and retain more when they are engaged in the material and actively applying concepts to everyday life—Math Lessons for a Living Education engages your student through exciting stories and teaches them how to apply mathematical concepts through everyday life situations—allowing your student to learn smarter instead of harder!
In Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 2, students learn math concepts such as units of measurement, simple fractions, and place value through exciting, real-world stories. As your student explores the world around them with Charlie & Charlotte, they discover how math is related to life in exciting—and sometimes unexpected ways!
This instructional method puts math into context for your student, which means they are diving deep to really understand both the mathematical concepts and their application to life outside the textbook.
A blend of stories, copy-work, oral narration, and hands-on experience brings the concepts to life, invites the student to explore the world around them, and gives this course a Charlotte Mason flavor.
Using This Course
Lesson 1: Place Value Village, Telling Time, Shapes and Patterns
Lesson 2: Addition — Horizontal and Vertical Shapes
Lesson 3: Subtraction
Lesson 4: Writing Numbers to 100, Simple Fractions
Lesson 5: Introducing Word Problems
Lesson 6: Skip Counting by Using Dimes and Nickels, Minutes on the Clock
Lesson 7: Skip Counting by 2, Review Even and Odd Numbers
Lesson 8: Addition — Double Digit Plus Single Digit
Lesson 9: Addition — Double Digit Plus Double Digit
Lesson 10: Addition Review — All Concepts Learned
Lesson 11: Introducing Measurement — Inches/Feet, Review Time and Shapes
Lesson 12: Introducing Perimeter
Lesson 13: Telling Time to the Minute
Lesson 14: Place Value Village Practice — Place Value to the Thousands, Place
Lesson 15: More Work with Subtraction
Lesson 16: Introducing Addition with Carrying to the Tens, Place
Lesson 17: Introducing Subtraction with Borrowing from the Tens, Place
Lesson 18: Review of Regrouping Concepts
Lesson 19: Understanding Dollars and Cents — Writing Money Terms
Lesson 20: Review — Money
Lesson 21: Introducing Thermometers and Other Gauges
Lesson 22: Reading Bar Graphs and Line Graphs
Lesson 23: More on Measurement — Pounds and Ounces
Lesson 24: More Measurement Concepts — Gallons, Quarts, Pints, Cups
Lesson 25: Review of Measurement
Lesson 26: Adding Money — No Regrouping
Lesson 27: Subtracting Money — Making Change
Lesson 28: More Work with Word Problems
Lesson 29: More Work with Telling Time
Lesson 30: More Work with Measurement
Lesson 31: Review of Place Value Through the Thousands, Place
Lesson 32: Review of Word Problems — the Steps of Solving
Lesson 33: Review of Adding and Subtracting — Double Digit Problems
Lesson 34: Review of Money Concepts
Lesson 35: Review of Time and Temperature
Lesson 36: Review of Addition and Subtraction Fact Families