Explore mathematical concepts through sensory-rich activities, using concrete materials and manipulatives.
the growing iq curriculum
The Growing IQ curriculum is anchored in six different focus areas of mathematics.
Number & Quantity
THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM.
Number sense is a major component of a student's general intuition about numbers and serves as the foundation for more advanced number skills.
INPUTS AND OUTPUTS.
Functions are relationships between a set of inputs and permissible outputs. They are fundamental understandings in higher mathematics.
Collecting, summarizing, comparing, and presenting data requires advanced analytical tools and understanding.
Stats & Probability
EQUATIONS AND EXPRESSIONS.
Arithmetic builds intuitive understandings of operations to make generalizations, building pathways to algebraic understandings.
Geometric thinking requires reasoning with the properties and relations of geometric figures: points, lines, angles, surfaces, solids, and dimensionality.
LOGIC AND REASONING.
Critical thinking is the process of skillfully applying, analyzing, synthesizing, evaluating, and conceptualizing information to reach conclusions.