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Nelson Mathematics K-2

Mathematics CollageNelson Mathematics K-2 is designed to help students develop mathematical understanding and a positive attitude towards mathematics. Different learning styles are addressed through varied and meaningful tasks that enable students to construct their own mathematical knowledge. Collaborative problem solving and explorations with concrete and pictorial representations build confidence in becoming more mathematically literate.

 

Features of Nelson Mathematics K-2:

  • Each chapter builds on prior knowledge, and carefully develops the learning to build success and confidence.
  • Concepts are developed first through language and concrete experiences around a central question, moving gradually to pictures and symbols.
  • A variety of contexts help to reinforce new concepts, skills, and vocabulary over a period of time.
  • Each lesson includes clear, curriculum-based goals, a central question to focus students' learning, and manageable opportunities for assessment.
  • Content is organized by strand, with meaningful connections developed among strands and between different content areas.

Core components include:

  • Teacher’s Resource Guide including BLMs and free Teacher's Resource CD-ROM
  • Poster Pack

Additional components:

  • Math Activity Workbook (Grades 1 and 2)
  • Game Cards (Grades 1 and 2)
  • MathJam Audio CD
  • InfoRead Levelled Little Books
  • Online support for teachers, students, and parents
  • Combined Grades Teacher’s Resource Guide

 

 
 

MathJam Audio CD featuring Juno Award Winners Judy and David!

MathJam