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# Helping Your Child at Home with Math Agenda Welcome and Overview Math Tools Using Math Strategies Homework Grade Level Games Closing: Mathematics Vision.

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Helping Your Child at Home with Math Agenda Welcome and Overview Math Tools Using Math Strategies Homework Grade Level Games Closing: Mathematics Vision Statement PWCS Mathematics Website

Helping with Homework: Math Tools Cubes Coins Number Line 100 or 200 Chart Sticker Station/ Sticker Sketch

Helping with Homework: Understanding Strategies Solving Story Problems Combinations of 10 Adding by Place Adding one number in parts Adding Up or Subtracting Back Subtracting One Number in Parts Changing the Numbers ( landmark numbers/friendly numbers)

Homework Questions What is the problem about? Even if you don’t know how to solve a problem, listening to your child’s explanation will help you find a strategy. What are you trying to do or find out? Is this like another problem that you have worked on? What have you tried? What did you do in class? Can you make a picture or a diagram?

Expectations

Expect that sometimes homework will be difficult Expect some confusion or struggle-it’s part of learning new things Expect that your child can succeed

Research suggests that an important difference between successful and unsuccessful problem solvers lies in their beliefs about problem solving, about themselves as problem solvers, and about ways to approach solving problems. For example, many students have developed the faulty belief that all mathematics problems could be solved quickly and directly. If they do not immediately know how to solve a problem, they will give up, which supports a view of themselves as incompetent problem solvers. Furthermore, many students believe there is one “right” way to solve any mathematics problem. Not only do these students become dependent on the teacher or an answer key for verification of their solution, but they also fail to appreciate the excitement and insight that can come from recognizing and connecting very different ways to solve a problem. Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, NCTM, 2000

Prince William County Mathematics Vision Statement Prince William County Schools’ mathematics program promotes an environment in which students develop a comprehensive and enduring understanding of the concepts of mathematics. Students learn to effectively apply these concepts and use a variety of problem solving strategies. The program nurtures a productive disposition toward mathematics, challenges all learners and supports further investigations in this field.

Visión del Programa de Matemáticas en el Condado de Prince William El programa de Matemáticas de las escuelas públicas del Condado de Prince William promueve un ambiente en el cual el estudiante desarrolla comprensión y conocimiento perdurable en el concepto de las matemáticas. El estudiante aprende la aplicación efectiva de este concepto y el uso de estrategias variadas para la solución de problemas matemáticos. El programa nutre al estudiante con una disposición productiva hacia las matemáticas, presenta retos al estudiantado, y apoya futuras investigaciones en este campo.

PWCS Mathematics Web Site www.pwcsmath.com

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