4 edition of Up the Math Ladder found in the catalog.
Up the Math Ladder
June 1984 by Trellis Books .
Written in English
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Up until a few weeks ago, we used the ladder method to find prime factorizations, GCF, and LCM. But THEN, we started discussing factoring, mostly with numerical expressions. It’s 6th grade, it’s the first time my students were exposed to factoring, and it was the first time I had taught factoring.
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You have to come up with an equation to equal whatever rung of the ladder you are on. In this equation we were trying to come up with the number 33 to balance out our equation. I made extra cards for the game that were plus, minus, and times signs. Build this bookshelf › 6. Rainbow Up the Ladder.
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For each lesson, your child must read the page literature selection then work “up the ladder” to complete questions or activities. The reason the program is titled “Jacob’s Ladder” is because nine different activities are suggested as follow-up to the reading.
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Using skill ladders connected to short stories, poetry, essays, and nonfiction, students move from lower order, concrete thinking skills to higher order, critical thinking skills.