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Payne, Joseph N., Ed. – Arithmetic Teacher, 1987
Four worksheets and teaching suggestions are presented, with the focus on mental computation for levels 2-3; factors, levels 3-4; and nonroutine problems, levels 5-6 and 7-8. (MNS)
Descriptors: Elementary School Mathematics, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Materials, Learning Activities
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Ockenga, Earl; Duea, Joan – Arithmetic Teacher, 1983
Four activities focus on estimation and mental computation. Each consists of a game that can be used on an overhead projector. The content involved finding costs and estimating sums, products, and percents. (MNS)
Descriptors: Addition, Class Activities, Educational Games, Elementary School Mathematics
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Hopkins, Martha H. – Arithmetic Teacher, 1992
Presents five activities focusing on mental computation and estimation for the K-3, 3-5, 4-6, and 6-8 grade levels that require the student, acting as a judge, to review solutions to problems and to pronounce and justify a verdict. Provides suggested materials, questions, possible extensions, answers, and worksheets for each activity. (MDH)
Descriptors: Addition, Computation, Elementary Education, Error Correction
Anderson, Carolyn – 1998
This book provides puzzles, games, and mathematical activities for students in elementary grades. Number concepts and arithmetic are common topics. These classic math, logic, and word-problem activities encourage students to become flexible, creative thinkers while teaching them to draw valid conclusions based on logic and evidence. Each activity…
Descriptors: Arithmetic, Educational Games, Elementary Education, Mathematics Activities
Hegner, David – 1991
This combined teacher/student instructional manual is part of a life skills curriculum which focuses on development of practical skills to improve employment success of high school students with mild mental retardation. An introductory section describes the program. The program's focus is on group and individual instruction in such areas as taxes,…
Descriptors: Consumer Education, Curriculum, Daily Living Skills, Field Trips