This slide gives a review of a few Math propeties and its relation to solving some math problems encountered in six grade.
This site will focus on skills and concepts that students should master in the elementary grades, in order to increase the chance of Mathematical success in the middle and high schools.
Happy New School Year!! Hope you enjoyed your Summer Vacation and returned energized and excited to a productive year. This School Year 2021-2022 I have embarked in a push for improving mathematics education in our schools. With Profession Learning Opportunities and providing resources, I would like to also encourage teachers to make Mathematics fun in and out of the classroom.
—Juanita Boneque, Math Coordinator, STX
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This section will focus on skills and concepts that students should master in the elementary grades, in order to increase the chance of Mathematical success in the middle and high schools.
Every year math enthusiasts everywhere celebrate Pi Day on March 14. Pi Day is always on March 14 because it resembles 3.14, the most recognized approximation for pi. National Pi Day not only commemorates a very special number but also celebrates the birthday of the great scientist and mathematician Albert Einstein. Pi is one of the oldest and most recognizable mathematical constant in the world. Scholars often consider Pi the most important and intriguing number in all of mathematics.