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Saxon 2 Vocab

Lessons 1-20

digits numbers
comma punctuation mark used between date and year ,
colon punctuation mark used to separate hour and minutes :
doubles numbers being added are the same, "seeing double"
trick for teens all begin with a one
tricky numbers 10, 11, 12
attribute blocks colored and shaped blocks
triangle three sided shape
square four sides shape with all sides equal
hexagon a six sided shape
trapezoid a four sided shape having only 2 parallel sides
patterns repeated sequence ABABAB, ABCABCABC
some, some more problems addition
equal same size and same shape or same amounts
order line up (first, second, third, ...)
addend numbers that are added
adding O's (zero) facts any number plus zero is that same number
adding 1's facts any number plus one equals the next number in counting by ones
Commutative Property of Addition addends can change place, sum remains the same;2+3 = 5 and 3+2 = 5
hexagon six sided shape
Parallelogram four sided rectangle, slanted
number sentence sentence using numbers and symbols instead of words
facts addition, subtraction (multiplication, division) number sentences
some went away subtraction number sentences
one hour "ago" move backward, in the past
one hour "from now" move forward, in the future
hour hand short hand on a clock
long hand hand that tells the minutes on a clock
even numbers numbers that always end with 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, ; an even number can be divided equally into groups
odd numbers numbers that always end with 1, 3, 5, 7, 9; when divided into groups, one group always has one left over
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday week days
Saturday, Sunday weekend days
Ordinal positions tell us the order or place of something; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, ....
adding "two" facts even number plus even number = even number; even number plus odd number = odd number
pictograph a graph (visual account)using pictures to represent what is being graphed
polygon a shape that has sides that are straight line segments (apart of a line); can't have any curves or openings; closed figure
fractional parts of a whole same size pieces of a whole; 2 pieces = each 1/2; 3 pieces = each 1/3 ...
adding "9" facts trick: the sum of two digits in the answer always equals the number you added to 9; 9+5 = 14 (4+1= 5); 9+3 = 12(1+2= 3); the answer in an adding 9 problem is one less than the number you are adding to 9, with a one in front of it;
upper left hand left side, top box
Created by: chayward