for 7 -9 year olds Maturing Mathematician BOOK 1

Kim Freeman

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Mighty Math, Maturing Mathematician Book 1, Sailing Into Mathematics Author, Kim Freeman

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for 7-9 year 0 ds Maturing Mathematician BOOK 1

Kim Freeman

Mighty Math, Maturing Mathematician Book 1, Sailing Into Mathematics Author, Kim Freeman

eBook Version First Published in 2007 by:

Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd P.O. Box 109-760 Newmarket, Auckland 1149 New Zealand.

www.mahobe.com

© Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd. ISBN10: 1877216879 ISBN13: 9781877216879

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What is found in this book?

In this book you look at:

Methods of Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction.

5x4- = 20 halror~/ I

add the zero

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Fractions

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The challenge of Sudoko is to fill the grid with numbers. The big grid has the dimensions 9 x 9. This is separated into 9 smaller boards of 3 x 3. Here are the rules:

1. You can only use the numbers 1 to 9.

2. Within each 3 x 3 grid you must place ALL the numbers from 1 - 9.

3. You cannot use the same number twice in any row or column.

This means ALL the numbers from 1 - 9 must appear on each row and each column.

Now complete the Sudoku challenge.

I 5 4- 6 8 2 q
7 8 I q 3 5
3 6 8 4- 7
3 7 8 6 5 2
5 2 4- I q 7 3 6
q 6 5 2 4- I
6 4- 5 q 7 I 2 3
8 2 4- 7
I 7 2 3 6 5 4- To multiply by 4 : Add the number 4 times.

or Double the number, then double again.

4-x/2

12 doubled is 24- 24- doubled is 4-8 :. 4- x/2 = 4-8

4-x3 -

4-x22 -

4-x7 -

4-x25 -

4-x32 -

4-x/3 -

4-x34- -

4-x/5 -

4-x4-7 -

4-x/8 -

4-x55 -

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To multiply by 5:

1. If the number is even, take half the number and put a zero after it.

5x4- = 20 halror~/ I

add the zero

5x/6 = 80 hatror> I r

add the zero

2. If the number is odd, subtract 1 from the number, halve it Then put a five after it.

5x7 = 35

7\1=6/

half of 6 = 3

5x/3 = 65

} - 1 = 12/

half of 12 = 6

add the 5

add the 5

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Even Numbers

Odd Numbers

5x6 -

5x8 -

5xll -

5x/4- -

5x/5 -

5x/8 -

5x/7 -

5x20 =

5xlQ -

5x22 -

5x21 -

5x26 - 5x23 -

5x28 - 5x25 -

5 X 30 - 5 X 31 -

We all carry a calculator around with us that is simple to use and easy to learn. We can all use our fingers to learn the multiplication tables for the hardest number combinations - 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.

Step ONE: Remember these finger values.

6

7

8

q

Step TWO: Now try multiplying 8 x 7 =

8

x

7

10

Step THREE: Count the extended fingers - these are 10s

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Step FOUR: Multiply the folded fingers.

6

Step FIVE: Finally, add the two numbers together.

50 + 6 56

You have now found the answer. 8

x

7

56

7

x

q

20

4-0 50 30

10

60

7

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Use your finger calculator to multiply the following.

7x7

6x8

8x7

6x/O

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Use your finger calculator to multiply the following.

7x8 qx8

8x8 qx7

Qx/O 8x/O 8xQ QxQ

7x/O Qx6

8x6 6xQ

6x6 7xQ

6x7 7x6

Multiplication by 9: Method 1

This method is called fingers multiplication by 9.

The previous finger multiplication works for combinations of 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. This method only works for the 9 times tables.

Step ONE: Put your two hands on the table in front of you. Your fingers can each represent the numbers 1 to 10.

5 6

Step TWO: Try multiplying 9 x 3.

Curl under the finger representing 3.

2

3

Step THREE: The first digit in the answer is the number of fingers before the curled under finger.

The second digit in the answer is the number of fingers after the curled under finger.

q

x

3 = 27

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Fingers Multiplication by 9

Use the fingers method to calculate these 9 x multiplications.

q X 3= .

q X 8 = .

q X 5= .

q x7 = .

q x2= .

q X 10= .

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q X q = .

q X 6= .

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Multiplication by 9: Method 2

This is called the one less = nine method.

Step ONE: Subtract 1 from the number you are multiplying 9 by.

This is the first digit.

Step TWO: The two digits that make up the answer add to give 9.

Calculate the second digit.

q X 4- = 36

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4--/=3 3+6=q

Remember that these methods only work up until 9x10. Find a calculator and write out the 9 times table up to 30. Can you see a pattern emerging?

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qx3=............... qx7 = .

q X 8 = .

q x2= .

q X 5= .

q X q= .

q X /0= .

q X 6= .

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Complete the tables.

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31
4-1
51
61 -5 +5
22
32
4-2
52 -7 +7
15
25
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Complete these additions
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0= 50 0= 30 0=

0+0+0= .

0+0-0= .

0-0+0= .

Circle 2 numbers that add up to 20

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6 3 10

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4-5 32

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If 6 + 6 = 50

and 0 + 0 + 0 = 36 then 6 + 0 -

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The blocks shown are arranged in 3 different ways - in single units, in groups of ten and groups of one hundred.

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Write down the number that each picture represents.

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Write the number and the number word .

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Write in the missing digits.

4-52 - 4- 0 0 + [IQJ + 0

34-8 - +[IJ + 0

601 - +[IJ + 0

704- - +[IJ + 0

Now, write in the missing numbers.

351 - + 50 + 1

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867 - +[IJ + 7

4-22 - 4-00 + [IJ +0

105 - +[IJ + 0

Finally, write the answers.

4-00 + 50 + 8 - 700 + 60 + 2 - qOO + 3 -

200 + 10 -

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Arithmetic is always easier when the sum is broken into smaller bits.

Which is easier to calculate? 26 +

!\

or 20+6

\

30

= 4-4-

18 =

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10+8

1

+ 14-

Write in the missing numbers and find the answers.

18

+

65 + 26

r.

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+

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Arithmetic is easier when the sum is broken down into smaller bits.

73 7 = ~

73

3 70

4- 4-

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Write in the missing numbers and find the answers.

65 q = 0

65 5 60 -0=

52 8 =0

52 2 50 -0

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Fraction Man is here to introduce ...

Write the fraction that is shaded.

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Shade the shape to show the fraction.

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flue sixths

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Write what you think the number in each of the boxes would be.

10

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60

0250

150

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Mark on the number line below where you think the following numbers would be: 5, 12,27, 33 and 39.

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MATURING MATHEMATICIAN for 7 - 9 year olds

Book 1: Sailing Into Mathematics

Builds an awareness of numbers and number relationships. It covers methods of multiplication, number patterns, ordinals and counting up to 1000, adding and subtracting strategies, fractions and money calculations. By the end of this book children will have more confidence when manipulating larger numbers.

Book 2: Sailing On With Mathematics

Introduces more number sequences, arithmetic strategies, measurement and fractions. By the end of this book children will have gained confidence with arithmetic and will recognize the value of each digit that makes up a number.

Book 3: Sailing Away With Mathematics

Reinforces all the work covered in the previous two Maturing Mathematician books. There are more arithmetic strategies, more fractions and more measurement. By the end of this book children will be confident in their ability to manipulate numbers.

The MIGHTY MATH series is a structured, easy-to-follow series of fun activities designed to stimulate and challenge.

Beginner Mathematician (for 4 - 6 year olds), look for the RED books.

Developing Mathematician for (5 - 7 year olds), look for the YELLOW books.

Advancing Mathematician for (6 - 8 year olds), look for the BLUE books.

Maturing Mathematician for (7 - 9 year olds), look for the GREEN books.

Give your children a powerful head start at school. Make sure any Math book that you purchase has the Mighty Math logo and is published by: Mahobe Resources (NZ) Ltd.

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Are you looking to give your child a powerful head start at school?

Introduce your child to mathematics with ~;th'V ~'h~. This is a structured, easy-to-follow series of fun activities designed to stimulate and challenge the advancing mathematician.

This book covers:

• methods of multiplication

• number patterns

• ordinals and counting up to 1000

• adding and subtracting strategies

• fractions

• money calculations

By the end of this book children will have a better awareness of numbers and number relationships and more confidence when manipulating larger numbers.

Choose ~;th~y ~~h~ and observe a marked improvement in your child's mathematical ability. Success and confidence in mathematics will lead to an increase in motivation and an enjoyment of learning.

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Maturing Mathematician for 7 - 9 year olds

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