# SnapWords® Math Vocabulary Set 3

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Embark on a mathematical journey with SnapWords® Math Vocabulary Set 3, a dynamic collection that introduces key concepts in geometry, fractions, number and operations, measurement, and data and graphs. From understanding acute angles to mastering equivalent fractions, this set covers it all. Explore the world of mathematics with engaging visuals and words that demystify geometric shapes, illuminate the world of fractions, and navigate the intricacies of numbers and operations. Whether you're measuring volume or deciphering a line plot, SnapWords® Math Vocabulary Set 3 is your guide to mathematical mastery!
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Unlock the world of mathematical language with SnapWords® Math Vocabulary Cards. Math, with its unique and sometimes complex terminology, can pose challenges for many learners. Mastering the language of math is crucial for solving problems and grasping mathematical concepts. SnapWords® Math Vocabulary Cards, spanning Sets 1, 2, and 3, offer an effective solution. These cards not only simplify the learning process for math language but also foster a deeper understanding of the meaning behind each word. With vibrant visuals and engaging interactions, our cards provide a supportive foundation for students navigating the language intricacies of mathematics.

SnapWords® Math Vocabulary accommodates the three primary learning modalities—visual, kinesthetic, and auditory.

SnapWords® Math Vocabulary Cards are available in two formats:

• Physical  - teaching cards measuring 5.5" x 4.25"
• Download  - printable PDF file of teaching cards

Embark on a journey of discovery with SnapWords® Math Vocabulary. Begin by exploring the words together for the first time, allowing children to share their observations about the accompanying pictures.

Engage in discussions about word features like double letters or recognizable "chunks." To enhance understanding, use each word in a sentence and incorporate related body motions suggested on the backs of the cards.

During subsequent encounters with the words, encourage children to spend time independently, visually and verbally engaging with the words. Motivate them to use the suggested motions or invent their own.

As familiarity grows, transition to the plain printed side of the cards, identifying words recognized on sight and revisiting others using the stylized sides for reinforcement. This interactive approach ensures a dynamic and effective learning experience for mastering math vocabulary.

For an enriched learning experience, consider pairing with these other great Child1st resources for an engaging multisensory learning experience!

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#### What's Included

• Math Vocabulary Set 3 includes 63 words, building on Sets 1 and 2, & covering more complex concepts such as:
Advanced Arithmetic, Fractions, Algebraic Thinking, Geometry, Number and Operations, Measurement, Data, & Graphs

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What are learning styles and why do they matter?

Learning styles refer to the different ways in which individuals naturally approach and process information, influencing how people learn, understand, and remember new material. Learning styles matter because they impact how effectively individuals can absorb and retain information. Understanding and accommodating these natural strengths can enhance the learning experience in a multitude of ways.

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Right-brain learners possess distinct characteristics that distinguish them from their left-brain counterparts. These characteristics pertain to their information intake, processing methods, and preferred memory strategies. When we discuss right-brain learning, we are essentially describing the way they naturally absorb, process, and retain information.

Right-brain dominant learning, often associated with the right hemisphere of the brain, refers to a learning style that emphasizes creative and holistic approaches to understanding and retaining information. Strategies that are highly effective include multisensory materials, visuals, stories, movement, and hands-on activities.

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Children who lean towards right-brained thinking exhibit a unique aptitude for envisioning fresh solutions, devising innovative designs, and grasping the broader perspective. These creative and imaginative learners often excel in artistic pursuits, music, or sports. They possess the remarkable ability to swiftly absorb and remember information when presented visually, using tools such as images, graphs, maps, and information organizers. This visual learning approach proves to be considerably more efficient and effective compared to traditional methods like repetition, memorization, or drilling. By connecting new content with visual aids, we help right-brained learners strengthen their less dominant hemisphere, fostering a well-rounded learning experience.

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Multisensory resources, in general, are tailored to diverse learning styles and prove exceptionally effective for children with varying learning needs. They foster a more inclusive and flexible learning environment, empowering these children to grasp concepts more readily and with heightened engagement. Our multisensory materials are specifically designed to address the unique needs of children with learning differences, ensuring their success.

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