June 20, 2008
Mathematics, Preparatory Lessons, Younger Daughter
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Numbers BEFORE, AFTER and BETWEEN

Write the number before the given numbers:

____ 100 ____58

Write the number that comes after the given numbers:

39____ 82_____

Write the numbers that come between the given numbers:

29 ___ 31 64___66

April 3, 2008
Grade 1 Lessons, Mathematics, The Son
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Pictograph

A pictograph uses pictures or symbols to represent information. We write a legend at the bottom of the graph to indicate the number of quantity each picture or symbol represents.

Half of a picture or symbol represents half the number of a given quantity.

March 29, 2008
Grade 1 Lessons, Mathematics, The Son
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Weight/Mass

The gram (m) is used to measure the weight of light objects.

The kilogram (kg) is used to measure the weight of heavy objects.

There are 1000 grams in 1 kilogram

March 22, 2008
Grade 1 Lessons, Images, Mathematics, Preparatory Lessons, The Son
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**Length, Height **and** Distance**

**Length** answers the question “How long?”

**Width** answers the question “How wide?”

**Height** answers the question “How high?” or “How tall?”

**Distance** answers the question “How far?”

We use the same unit of measure to compare lengths, widths, heights and distances accurately.

The length, width, and height of small objects are measured in **centimeters.**

We write cm for centimeter.

The length, width, and height of large objects, and long distances are measured in **meters**.

We write m for meter.

March 15, 2008
Grade 1 Lessons, Mathematics, The Son
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The Calendar

There are 7 days in a week.

There are 4 weeks in a month.

There are 30 days in a month.

There are 12 months in a year.

There are 365 days in one ordinary year and 366 days in a leap year.

March 8, 2008
Grade 1 Lessons, Mathematics, The Son
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Telling Time

There are sixty minutes in 1 hour.

A complete turn of the long hand or the minute hand is equal to 60 minutes or 1 hour.

The minute hand moves faster than the hour hand.

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Different Ways of Telling Time

Quarter to means 15 minutes before the next hour.

Quarter past means 15 minutes past or after the hour.

Half past means 30 minutes past or after the hour.