In Exploring Creation with Mathematics, Level 4, students learn multiplication on a higher level, along with division, geometry, measurements, fractions, and decimals. Each unit takes students on a journey of discoveries that makes common, age-appropriate connections building the strong foundations that are crucial for success in higher levels of mathematics.
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Right from the start, the tone in our math series, Exploring Creation with Mathematics, lets students know that they are going to study math as a tool to help them understand their unique place in the universe. Every unit begins with a “Seeing Our Creator” section that places the concepts coming up in their proper place – back with our Creator.
In this course your student will find:
- Seeing Our Creator devotionals connect math concepts your child learns to God and His creation
- A suggested daily schedule, with thoughtful, systematic pacing through concepts
- Skills practice, with exciting, easy-to-set-up games, ensuring your child is prepared for new levels
- Hands-on activities, games, and projects using the provided activity sheets and household products aid your child in making tangible connections to the abstract concepts learned
- Colorful, age-appropriate lesson layouts and page design make learning more inviting for your student
- Options and suggestions for customizing a lesson to meet your child’s needs
- Supply lists, answers to the problems, teaching tips, and suggestions for taking an activity further
Lesson Plans and Materials
This course is designed to be done 4 days a week for 28 weeks, and each lesson takes 30 to 45 minutes. A suggested daily schedule is included with this course so your student easily understands what is expected of them each day, while also providing flexibility to meet the needs of your student and family.
To be able to fully use this course, some common household and math manipulative items will be needed. Nothing fancy…things like dry beans for counting or a base ten block set for math manipulatives. A complete list of suggested items is included in the Teaching Guide & Answer Key.
Watch and Learn More
Author Kathryn Gomes explains the concrete, pictorial, and abstract learning progression in Exploring Creation with Mathematics.