Numeracy Overview / Extra Work

Term 1 Numeracy Overview 

Due to copyright laws I cannot post worksheets but I can post the websites where they can be found. These are not compulsory. This is here to help any student make sure that they continue to excel.

Prime verse Composite Numbers:
In order to master this concept, students need to be able to readily factor each number. 
A prime number is a number that only has 2 factors: 1 and itself.

Cartesian (Coordinate) Plane:
We are working on using the four-quadrant graphing system.

Integers (any whole number including zero): adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.

We have started learning algebra and understanding that a letter can represent an unknown number. 
Solve for x.
A)  6 + x = 4            B) x - 24 = 12      C) 2x + 6= 12       D) 4x - 7 = 21      E) 12x - 6 = 42

We will be revisiting fractions starting Week 6.
Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Same Denominators
Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators
Equivalent Fractions
Simplifying Fractions
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
**All students should be fluent with their times tables. If not here is a website with a digital flashcard game:

Prodigy Class Code: 8F3DC80
Term 2 Numeracy Overview

Double Digit Multiplication

Long Division 

We started long division during Term 1. We will be reviewing long division at the beginning of Term 2. The link below will help the students review the process. 

Adding and Subtracting 
Multiplying and Dividing
Expressing Fractions as Decimals:
          These are good worksheets to start with. 

Order of Operations: BIMDAS
Brackets                  Indices              Multiplication/Division                  Addition/Subtraction 
Term 3 Numeracy Overview

Fractions - We will be revisiting fractions
Equivalent Fractions
Simplifying Fractions
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Using knowledge of fractions to convert between fractions-decimals-percentages.
Word problems to calculate percentages.
Percent off calculations. 

Fractions and Ratios Relations
Ratio Word Problems using the Box Method

Reading and Interpreting Timetables
Calculating time duration
Calculating elapsed time
Time word problems


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