## Ellipsis Math 2

Watch your child develop a love for mathematics while building important critical thinking and problem-solving skills. We balance our curriculum with rigorous practices, strategy development in multi-step problems solving, and early exposure to logic problems.

In both semesters, students will be exposed to multi-step problem solving strategies (draw a diagram, working backward, making an organized list, etc.)

Many problems from various math competitions will be discussed as part of our active learning sessions. Students receive weekly assignments which may take them up to 1 hour per week.

In both semesters, students will be exposed to multi-step problem solving strategies (draw a diagram, working backward, making an organized list, etc.)

Many problems from various math competitions will be discussed as part of our active learning sessions. Students receive weekly assignments which may take them up to 1 hour per week.

## Topics Covered

**Fall Semester**

Number sense (up to 1,000), number patterns, mental math calculation.

Addition problem solving involving missing whole, putting together, and counting on.

Subtraction problem solving involving missing part, taking away, and counting backward.

Understanding inverse relationship between addition and subtraction.

Basic concept of multiplication and extending patterns.

Introduction to measurements in length and weight.

Write a simple equation and modeling strategy to one-step and two-step word problems.

Multiplication and problems solving with multiplication.

Introduction to division concept (relate division to multiplication) and division problem solving.

Problem solving strategies and numbers analogy.

Sample problems:

*(F_EM2_01, Number System)*Arrange these numbers in order, starting with the smallest:

a. 620, 6 hundreds 9 ones, and 59 tens.

b. 47 tens 9 ones, 4 hundreds 39 ones, and 472.

*(F_EM2_04, Addition and Subtraction)*Farmer Jack owned 16 cows and 34 chickens. He sold 4 cows and 4 chickens. How many total cows and chicken does he have now?

*(F_EM2_06, Addition and Subtraction)*Fill in the blank:

a. 120 + 234 = ______hundreds ____ tens _______ones.

b. 264 + 8 = 1 hundred ___tens 2 ones.

*(F_EM2_08, Weight)*Pitcher A contains 64 fluid oz. of orange juice. Pitcher B contains 38 fluid oz. of orange juice. How much orange juice, in fluid ounces, must be poured from pitcher A to pitcher B so that they have the same amount of orange juice?

*(F_EM2_13, Multiplication and Division)*Andy has 3 red pens. George has 5 times as many red pens as Andy. Louise has 7 less red pens than George. How many total red pens do the three of them have?

**Spring Semester**

Number sense (up to 1,000), number patterns, mental math calculation.

Measurement conversions, weight conversions, and capacity conversions.

Problem solving involving adding, subtracting.

Problem solving involving multiplication and division.

Write simple equations and modeling strategy to multi-step word problems.

Fractions (understanding basic concept and fraction of a set).

Reading tables and analyze data.

Time and Calendar.

Shapes and Patterns.

Money and coins.

Algebraic concept, logical reasoning, and problem-solving strategies.

Sample problems:

*(S_EM2_6, Multiplication)*A tank top costs $7. A pair of jean cost $24. Tina bought three tank tops and a pair of jeans. How much did the three tank tops and a pair of jean cost?

*(S_EM2_6, Division)*Wilson is helping his mom to get ready for a party. His mom wants Wilson to put flowers in jars to put on the tables. He needs to put 7 flowers in each jar, and he has 45 flowers. How many jars can he fill?

*(S_EM2_8, Fraction)*Ben drew 8 identical squares. He colored one of the squares. How many more squares does he need to color so that 3/4 of the squares are colored?

*(S_EM2_9, Time and Calendar)*Andi and Abhinav reached the ticket counter or Redmond Theater at 1:15 p.m. They stood in line for 15 minutes to get their tickets. They went into the theater and still had 15 minutes before their movie started. At what time did the movie start?

*(S_EM2_10, Capacity)*A tank can hold 320 liters of water. A pail holds 90 liters of water. How many full pails of water can be poured into the tank without it being spilled over?