My Math Adventure - Nursery

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My Math Adventure - Nursery

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•Features progressive mathematical activities
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•Skills and concepts spiral throughout the series
•Math concepts grow from simple to complex

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My Math Adventure - Nursery

  1. 1. My MATHAdventure Nursery
  2. 2. My MATH AdventureNurseryTextbookPhilippine 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 978-971-46-0079-9Editorial BoardAuthorMarie Beth F. Flores is presently taking up her master’s degree in Childhood Education atthe Miriam College Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in English Studies from theUniversity of the Philippines–Diliman. She is a preschool teacher at the Miriam College ChildStudy Center.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. 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. 4. To the Teacher My MATH Adventure–Nursery is the first of a series ofmathematics textbooks written specifically for preschool pupils.This book introduces basic mathematical concepts to younglearners in the nursery level. The second book reinforces tokindergarten pupils the mathematical skills introduced in thisbook. The third book offers a variety of challenges that will helplearners master the mathematical concepts introduced in the firsttwo 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. 5. Table of ContentsUnit 1 The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns ................ 1Colors ........................................................................... 2Shapes........................................................................ 32Big and Small .............................................................. 48Long and Short............................................................ 53Tall and Short.............................................................. 59Before, Between, and After .......................................... 64Patterns ...................................................................... 68Unit 2 All about Numbers ............................... 83Numbers 0 to 10 ......................................................... 84Ordering Numbers ..................................................... 129 The Number After .............................................. 134 The Number Before ............................................ 137Sets .......................................................................... 141 Empty Sets ......................................................... 143 Equal and Not Equal ........................................... 145 More or Less ...................................................... 151
  6. 6. Unit 3 Exploring Numbers ............................. 155Addition .................................................................... 156 Addition Story Problems ..................................... 169 Basic Addition Facts ........................................... 177Subtraction ............................................................... 182 Subtraction Story Problems ................................ 195 Basic Subtraction Facts ...................................... 202Unit 4 Time, Calendar, Fractions, and Money ......................... 207Telling Time .............................................................. 208Days of the Week ...................................................... 220 1 1Fractions: and .................................................... 224 2 3Money ....................................................................... 230Illustration Guide for Selected Pages ..................... 233
  7. 7. The World ofUnit 1 Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns
  8. 8. ColorsThese are the primary colors. red yellow blue Dear Parents, Your child is learning about colors. To reinforce your child’s recognition of colors, call his or her attention to the colors of objects he or she sees around. Then, ask your child to name the colors he or she sees.2 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  9. 9. Color the objects red. red The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 3
  10. 10. Put a check ( ) on the objects that are red.Use your red crayon.4 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  11. 11. Color the objects yellow. yellow The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 5
  12. 12. Trace the broken lines from the circle to theobjects that are yellow. Use your yellow crayon.6 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  13. 13. Color the objects blue. blue The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 7
  14. 14. Put a check ( ) on the objects that are blue.Use your blue crayon.8 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  15. 15. Draw a line to match the color with the object. red yellow blue The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 9
  16. 16. These are the secondary colors. green orange violet10 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  17. 17. Color the objects green. green The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 11
  18. 18. Look at the picture. Color the objects that aregreen. Use your green crayon.12 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  19. 19. Color the objects orange. orange The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 13
  20. 20. If the object inside the ball should be orange,draw a line from the ball to the basket.14 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  21. 21. Color the objects violet. violet The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 15
  22. 22. Look at the fruits. Color the fruits that areviolet.16 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  23. 23. Cross out ( ) the objects that are green.Put a check ( ) on the objects that are orange.Cross out ( ) the objects that are violet. The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 17
  24. 24. Draw a line to match the object with its color. green orange violet18 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  25. 25. These are the other colors. white black brown pink gray The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 19
  26. 26. Color the objects black.Color the objects white.20 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  27. 27. I only like black objects inside my hat.Color the black objects you see. The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 21
  28. 28. Cross out ( ) the objects that are white.22 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  29. 29. Color the objects brown.Color the objects pink.Color the objects gray. The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 23
  30. 30. Cross out ( ) the objects that are brown.24 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  31. 31. Cross out ( ) the objects that are pink. The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 25
  32. 32. Put a check ( ) on the objects that are gray.26 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  33. 33. Put a check ( ) on the correct object for eachcolor. black white The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 27
  34. 34. Put a check ( ) on the object that has the givencolor. brown gray pink28 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  35. 35. Put a check ( ) on the box if the object and thecolor match each other. Put an x if not. blue red yellow The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 29
  36. 36. orange green violet30 My MATH Adventure – Nursery
  37. 37. Draw a line to match the color with the object. black white pink brown gray The World of Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Positions, and Patterns 31

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