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My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
My Math Adventure - Preparatory
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My Math Adventure - Preparatory

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My Math Adventure - Preparatory

Features and Benefits:
•Is 100% richer in content
•Features progressive mathematical activities
•Concept introduction
•Skills development
•Skills mastery
•Skills and concepts spiral throughout the series
•Math concepts grow from simple to complex

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  • 1. My MATHAdventurePreparatory
  • 2. My MATH AdventurePreparatoryTextbookPhilippine Copyright 2009 by DIWA LEARNING SYSTEMS INCAll rights reserved. Printed in the PhilippinesEditorial, design, and layout byNo part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form orby any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, orany information storage or retrieval system without permission in writing fromthe copyright owner. Exclusively distributed by DIWA LEARNING SYSTEMS INC 4/F SEDCCO 1 Bldg. 120 Thailand corner Legazpi Streets Legaspi Village, 1229 Makati City, Philippines Tel. No.: (632) 893-8501 * Fax: (632) 817-8700 ISBN 978-971-46-0083-6Editorial BoardAuthorDinna Santos-Valera completed the academic units for her master’s degree in BasicEducation at the Ateneo de Manila University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in ChildDevelopment and Education from Maryknoll College (now Miriam College).Ms. Valera is a preschool teacher at the Miriam College Child Study Center. She is a recipientof the President’s Award for Teaching Excellence for the school year 2007–2008.ReviewerRosemarie S. Lo-Garcia holds a master’s degree in Child Psychology and a bachelor’sdegree in Management Economics from the Ateneo de Manila University. She also earned aDiplomate in Primary Montessori Teaching from the Association Montessori Internationale(AMI). A preschool teacher since 1993, Mrs. Lo-Garcia is now the owner of Family MontessoriPreschool. She has also authored several books for the preschool level.
  • 3. To the Learner This book was written specially for you. Itis about colors, shapes, sizes, numbers, time,fractions, and many more. Listen carefully toyour teacher and parents so you can enjoy themany wonders of math. Have fun! The Author
  • 4. To the Teacher My MATH Adventure–Preparatory is the third of a series ofmathematics textbooks written specifically for preschool pupils.This book reinforces to preparatory pupils the mathematicalskills introduced in the first and second books. This bookoffers a variety of challenges that will help learners master themathematical concepts introduced in the first two books. The book is divided into four units, all of which presentvarious mathematical concepts and activities that will engage yourpupils in enjoyable learning experiences involving math. The discussions follow the simple-to-complex paradigm,which will allow young learners to comprehend better theconcepts presented in this book. The activities in this book arearranged according to their levels of difficulty. The initial activitiesintroduce the mathematical concepts while the succeedingactivities foster skills development and mastery. An additional component called Dear Parents has beenadded to help you establish a partnership with your pupils’parents. This partnership will ensure that your pupils will continuelearning math even outside the classroom. This book also has an accompanying teacher’s manual,which contains suggested lesson plans on how to present eachmathematical concept included in the book. May this book help you introduce young learners to thewonderful world of mathematics. The Author
  • 5. Table of ContentsUnit 1 The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, and More ...................................... 1Primary Colors........................................................................... 2Secondary Colors ...................................................................... 3Tertiary Colors........................................................................... 4Shapes...................................................................................... 7Sizes ....................................................................................... 14Lengths ................................................................................... 20Heights ................................................................................... 25Positions ................................................................................. 28Patterns .................................................................................. 32 Single Pattern.................................................................. 32 Double Pattern ................................................................ 34 Triple Pattern .................................................................. 36Unit 2 All about Sets and Numbers ................. 39Numbers 0 to 10 ..................................................................... 40Numbers 11 to 20 ................................................................... 47Number Sequence (0 to 20) .................................................... 56 The Number After ........................................................... 58 The Number Before ......................................................... 59 The Number Between ...................................................... 60Ordinal Numbers (1st to 10th) ................................................. 63Sets ........................................................................................ 73 Equal Sets ...................................................................... 79Comparing Sets ....................................................................... 82Comparing Numbers ............................................................... 84Ordering Sets .......................................................................... 90Ordering Numbers ................................................................... 94Numbers 1 to 100 ................................................................... 98Number Sequence (1 to 100) ................................................ 108 The Number After ......................................................... 110 The Number Before ....................................................... 111 The Number Between .................................................... 112
  • 6. Skip Counting ....................................................................... 114 Skip Counting by 2s ...................................................... 114 Skip Counting by 5s ...................................................... 117 Skip Counting by 10s .................................................... 120Tens and Ones ...................................................................... 123Unit 3 Exploring Numbers ............................. 131Addition ................................................................................ 132 Addition Word Problems ................................................ 141 Addition of Three Addends ............................................ 146Subtraction ........................................................................... 150 Subtraction Word Problems ........................................... 160 Mixed Practice ............................................................... 166Addition of 2-digit Numbers ................................................... 174Subtraction of 2-digit Numbers .............................................. 181Unit 4 Time, Fractions, Measurement, Money, and Graphs ............................. 187Telling Time .......................................................................... 188 Time to the Hour ........................................................... 188 Time to the Half-hour .................................................... 193Calendar ............................................................................... 198 Days of the Week .......................................................... 198 Months of the Year ........................................................ 200Measuring Length .................................................................. 203Weight .................................................................................. 206Fractions ............................................................................... 209Money ................................................................................... 215 Comparing Amounts of Money ....................................... 218Addition of Money ................................................................. 222 Story Problems on the Addition of Money ....................... 226Subtraction of Money ............................................................ 227 Story Problems on the Subtraction of Money .................. 230Pictograph ............................................................................. 231Illustration Guide for Selected Pages ..................... 234
  • 7. Unit The World of 1 Colors, Shapes, Sizes, and More
  • 8. Primary ColorsTrace the color names on the left.Then, color the pictures that have the givencolor. blue red yellow Dear Parents, To reinforce the concepts learned about colors, expose your child to different coloring materials. Label these coloring materials with color names and encourage your child to read the labels.2 My MATH Adventure – Preparatory
  • 9. Secondary ColorsRead the color name on the basket.Color the picture whose color matches the givencolor name. green orange violet The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, and More 3
  • 10. Tertiary ColorsWhat is the color of the picture? Circle thecorrect color name. Then, color the picture. pink brown white white brown pink gray pink white Dear Parents, Mixing colors can be fun. Try mixing colors with your child using poster paint and have some painting activities afterward. To further develop your child’s knowledge on colors, constantly ask him or her about the colors of objects around him or her.4 My MATH Adventure – Preparatory
  • 11. Color the picture. Use the primary, secondary,and tertiary colors you learned in this lesson. The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, and More 5
  • 12. Trace and color the pictures.6 My MATH Adventure – Preparatory

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