# 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

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

## Mathematics 1st

• 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

• 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

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