All the knowledge students have accumulated about the place value over the previous grades will be used and expanded in Grade 4. This year, they will learn numbers within one million, study rounding, multiply and divide multi-digit numbers, learn the concept and properties of divisibility, and work with fractions in unit, fraction, and decimal forms. […]

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Grade 3 is an amazing time of huge discoveries in math! After comprehensive practiсe with addition and subtraction in previous grades, students now encounter multiplication and division, get a first taste of fractions and area measurement, delve deeply into arrays, and even touch on algebra. Such a wide and varied agenda inspired Happy Numbers to […]

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The world of numbers is extremely vast, and that is the main idea students explore in Grade 2. They extend their knowledge of numbers from 100 to 1000 and review operations they learned in Grade 1 with greater numbers. The fluency with addition and subtraction students grasp within this school year creates a firm foundation […]

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Kindergarten students briefly touch on numbers beyond 20, and then in Grade 1 they expand their knowledge much farther to 100! First, they build fluency with addition and subtraction within 10 in exercises with and without visual models. Then they learn step-by-step how to add or subtract beyond 10, count by ten, and use numerical […]

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Kindergarten students make a very important step in their mathematical education — in this grade, they transition to abstract thinking. Whereas in Pre-Kindergarten they lightly touched upon cubes as abstract objects, in Kindergarten they will become familiar with the Number Line and Base-10 Blocks. Here, the first math signs appear (plus and minus). Students will […]

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This is the very beginning of an amazing trip into the world of mathematics! It will turn out to be a life-long journey, as math is so much more than part of the educational process. For the Pre-Kindergarten curriculum, Happy Numbers collected all the best exercises on logic and structural thinking, which are so important […]

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Are your primary students now confident in counting through double digits and even showing a solid understanding of simple addition and subtraction? If so, then it’s time for your students to advance their mastery by building fact fluency. And here are some fun activities that will help them do just that …

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