# Math – Typical Course of Study

The typical Course of Study for Math is a list from Worldbook.com and we added links that will take you to other various sites for their lessons, activities, games or worksheets! Enjoy!

Mathematics K

Mathematics K

- Simple counting to 20
- One-to-one relationship
- Concepts of more, less than, same (video)
- Sequence of events
- Correspondence of quantities
- Ordinal-cardinal relationship
- Number-numeral relationship
- Recognition of basic sets
- Meaning of addition and subtraction
- Introduction to number line

- Estimation
- Elementary geometry (shapes)
- Calendar and clock
- Denominations of money
- Basic problem-solving strategies
- Basic chart and

**Mathematics 1st**

- Counting and writing to 100 (worksheet)
- Counting by 2’s to 40
- Simple number patterns
- Beginning ordinal numbers
- Using 10 as a basic unit
- Simple properties of zero
- Simple properties of sets
- Beginning addition and subtraction facts
- Number-line use
- Place value and numeration
- Concepts of quantity and size
- Concepts of equality and inequality
- Concepts of ordinal and cardinal numbers

- Estimation
- Geometric patterns and figures
- Basic customary and metric measurement
- Recognizing time: clock and calendar
- Value of penny, nickel, dime, quarter
- Solving simple word problems
- Basic probability and chance
- Basic chart and graph concepts
- Using 1/2 and 1/4 appropriately

**Mathematics 2nd**

- Counting, reading, writing to 1,000
- Counting by 2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, and 10’s
- Ordinal numbers to 10
- Zero as a place holder
- Using sets and number facts
- Addition and subtraction facts to 20
- Basic multiplication and division facts
- Multiplication and division facts as inverse operations
- Multiplication properties of 0 and 1
- Place value through 100’s

- Fractions in daily life
- Decimal numeration system
- Basic concept of ratio
- Geometry puzzles and activities
- Estimation
- Common customary and metric measures of time,weight, length, volume, shape,
- Temperature
- Telling time and using the calendar
- Handling money (coins)
- Problem solving
- Charts and graphs

**Mathematics 3rd**

- Reading and writing numbers
- Roman numerals to C
- Prime numbers less than 100
- Prime factoring
- Numeration systems
- Subsets
- Decimal and fraction equivalents
- Addition and subtraction facts to 7 places
- Multiplication and division facts to 144

- 1-, 2-, and 3-digit multiplication problems
- 2- and 3-digit dividend, 1-digit divisor problems
- Meaning of mixed numbers
- Finding simple averages
- Geometric concepts
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time to the second
- Problem-solving methods
- Charts and graphs

**Mathematics 4th**

- Reading and writing numbers
- Roman numerals to C
- Prime numbers less than 100
- Prime factoring
- Numeration systems
- Subsets
- Decimal and fraction equivalents
- Addition and subtraction facts to 7 places
- Multiplication and division facts to 144
- 1-, 2-, and 3-digit multiplication problems

- 2- and 3-digit dividend, 1-digit divisor problems
- Meaning of mixed numbers
- Finding simple averages
- Geometric concepts
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time to the second
- Problem-solving methods
- Charts and graphs

**Mathematics 5th**

* Reading and writing numbers to 10 places

* Mixed numbers

* Set of integers

* Numeration systems

* Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division of whole numbers

* Fundamental processes: whole numbers and common fractions

* Common and decimal fractions

* Decimals to the thousandths

* Ratio and percent

* Exponents

* Customary and metric measurements

* Extension of geometric concepts

* Word problems in daily life

* Charts and graphs: picture, bar, line, and circle graphs

* Concept of sampling

**Mathematics 6th**

* Exponents

* Operation of powers

* Set of the integers

* Factoring

* Fundamental operations with fractions, and decimals

* Fundamental operations with compound denominate numbers

* Multiplying and dividing common fractions and mixed numbers

* Relationship between common and decimal fractions

* Problems in percent

* Properties, identification, and construction of geometric figures

* Identification and measurement of angles

* Concepts of similarity, congruence, and symmetry

* Scale drawings

* Customary and metric measurement

* Problem analysis

* Interpreting graphs

* Concepts of averaging and sampling

* Use of calculators and computers

**Mathematics 7th**

* Prime and composite numbers

* Square root

* Order of operations

* Absolute value

* Inequalities

* Numeration

* Properties of nonnegative integers

* Rational numbers and fractions

* Ratio, proportion, percent

* Finite, infinite, and empty sets

* Basic geometry concepts and terms

* Development and use of formulas

* Perimeter, circumference, area

* Metric and customary measurement

* Reading and constructing graphs

* Measures of central tendency: mean, mode, median, range

* Elementary business mathematics

* Use of calculators and computers

**Mathematics 8th**

* Maintaining skills in fundamental operations

* Factoring and products

* Sets and simple sentences

* Numeration systems

* Using fractions and decimals

* Ratio, proportion, and percent

* Equalities and inequalities

* Simple formulas and equations

* Graphing an equation

* Powers and roots of rational numbers

* Polynomials

* Metric and nonmetric geometry

* Pythagorean Theorem

* Scale drawing

* Right-triangle trigonometry

* Customary and metric measurement

* Permutations

* Probability statistics

* Statistical terms

* Mathematics of insurance, banking, and taxes

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