Math Study Zone

Math Vocabulary
What is Division
Using Multiplication Fact Families to Divide
Divisor, Dividend, and Quotient
Division as a Fair Share
Division into Equal Sets
Finding Half
Division Facts
Division Fact Table
Solving for How Many
Introduction to Fractions
Fractions: Part of a Whole
Writing Fractions
Fractions as Part of a Set or Object
Fractions in the Real World
Numerator and Denominator
Dividing Wholes into Fractions
Equivalent Fractions
Compare Fractions
Compare and Order Fractions
Making Fractions
Algebra (Patterns and Missing Numbers)
Observing a Pattern
Solving Geometric or Symbol Patterns
Shape Patterns
Geometric Patterns
Number Patterns
Problem Solving with Patterns
Using a Rule to Extend a Number Pattern
Number Lines
Alike and Different
Estimating Objects with Reasonableness
Lines:  Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting
Points, Rays, and Angles
Classifying Angles
Two Dimensional (Plane) Figures
Side, Vertex, and Vertices on Two Dimensional Figures
Polygons and Quadrilaterals
Lines of Symmetry
Congruent and Similar Figures
What are Congruent Figures
What are Similar Figures
Three Dimensional Figures:  Length, Height, Width
Naming Three Dimensional Figures
Three Dimensional Objects
Prisms and Pyramids
Faces on Three Dimensional Figures
What is Face, Edge, and Vertex
Face, Edge, and Vertex on Pyramids, Prisms, Cones, and Cylinders
Elements of Geometric Solids
What is Customary Measurement
Customary Units of Length: Inch, Foot,Yard, Mile
What is Length
Customary and Metric Length
Measuring Length
Measuring Length in Inches
Measuring Length in Feet and Yards
Measuring Length in Centimeters
Estimating Length (Customary)
Estimating Measures
Using a Yardstick
Using a Ruler
Using a Metric Stick
Comparing Height:  Taller or Shorter
Comparing Length:  Longer or Shorter
Comparing Distance:  Closer or Farther
Using Standard and Nonstandard Ways to Measure
What is Area and Perimeter
Telling Time
Telling Time on Different Clocks
Time as Fractions of an Hour
Elapsed Time
How to Solve Elapsed Time
Solving Elapsed Time across Noon or Midnight
Units of Time and Using a Calendar
Probability and Statistics
Using Visual Aids to Understand Math
Collecting Data
Collecting Data and putting it in a Graph
Answering Questions from Charts and Graphs
Tables and Tally Marks
Bar Graphs
Reading Bar Graphs
How to Make a Bar Graph
Reading Pictographs
How to Make a Pictograph
Comparing Bar Graphs and Pictographs
Using Pictographs
Line Graphs
How to Make A Line Graph
Making Predictions from Data
Problem Solving
Exploring Math
There are MANY ways to solve ANY PROBLEM
Choose A Strategy to Solve
Prove and Justify your Answer
We Use Math Everyday
Using Everyday Math in a New Problem
Many Representations
Use Representations
Choose a representation
Multiple Representations
Problems and Solutions
Seeing Math in Everyday Situations
Pictures and Diagrams
Solving a Problem with Words
Solving a Problem by Saying it Your Own Way
Solving a Problem with Objects
Solving a Problem with Models
How to Make a Model
Solving a Problem with Pictures
Solving a Problem by Drawing Pictures
Solving a Problem with Graphs
Solving a Problem with an Organized List
Solve a Problem by Making a Chart
Solve a Problem Using Math Tools
Solve a Problem with an Educated Guess
Solving a Problem with Guess and Check
More Guess and Check
Solving a Problem by Eliminating Answer Choices
Solving a Problem with True or False Statements
Identifying Extra Information
Finding the Information You Need
Finding the Hidden Question in a Multistep Problem
Choosing the Right Operation
Check Your Answer to a Problem
Check Your Answer with Another Strategy
Is Your Answer Reasonable?
Explain Your Thinking
Explain Your Strategy
Give Reasons for Your Answers
Labeling and Organizing Work
Ways to Share Your Math Ideas
Applying Mathematical Information
Finding Math in Other Subjects
Using Math in Other Places