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Second Hill Lane Elementary School
65 Second Hill Lane
Stratford, CT 06614
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tel: 203.385.4292
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Scott-Foresman Math

 


Link to access our workbook and online activities

http://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com

1. Click the link above

2. Enter your User Name & Password

User Name: last name and first intial (EX: campbells)

Password: Town of Stratford Student ID number

Note: User name and password are case sensitive.

3. Click Log In

(Your child's user name & password were sent home in October. If you lost your child's user name & password please email me and I will send it to you.

 

Math Tips

 
 
Math is a part of our everyday lives.  There are many activities you can do at home with your child to help strengthen his/her mathmatical abilities:

  • Measurement activities - cooking/baking, walking, bike riding, car rides, home improvement projects, talk about schedules & noting the time of each activity begins or how long something will take. Discuss with your child the concepts of length, time, weight, capacity, and distance and introduce measurement vocabulary (centimeter, inch, foot, pint, quart, gallon, o'clock, minute).

  • Money - assist your child with counting coins & dollar bills. Set up a piggy-bank, recycle cans and count the change, have your child assist counting $ when paying with cash at the store. Identify coins/teach money vocabulary (i.e. penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar)

  • Geometry - identify shapes of objects you see together. Assist your child with 2-dimensional/3-dimesional vocabulary words such as square, cube, triangle, pyramid, circle, sphere, oval,  and rectangle.

  • Patterns - identify patterns you see together. Assist your child in completing patterns-ask him/her "what comes next?"

  • Computation - practice addition/subraction flash cards at home and/or have siblings use flash cards to  "quiz" each other during car rides.

  • Number Sense - have your child count EVERYTHING! Practice skip counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, and even 100s. Count by even numbers only, count by odd numbers only, count backwards, count to 100. Practice forming & writing numbers correctly (use chalk, pencil, crayon, clay, and shaving cream with food coloring is a lot of fun too). Magnetic/foam numbers are a great tool!