Making Math Meaningful: A 7th Grade Student's Workbook

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This workbook leads the student along a path of discovery. The and selection of problems contained in these workbooks are purposefully ordered.

The 7th Grade Waldorf Math Year: The beginning of abstract thinking. Seventh grade is an important year academically. This is the year when the students start to develop abstract thinking (through algebra, physics, essay writing, etc.), and when study habits and skills are developed. The material contained in this workbook is both exciting and age-appropriate for the developing minds of seventh graders.

Getting homework done regularly (even in small amounts), and keeping a well-organized notebook, are both very important. For many students, seventh grade math can be a real turning point. It is relatively common for a student to enter seventh grade weak in math, but then to "wake-up" and take some big steps toward becoming strong in math before they make the journey to high school.

What is the intention of this workbook? The sheets found in this workbook are designed for use as homework assignments during the 7th grade year.

The problems are chosen to promote the development of mathematical thinking in a very conscious way. As teachers of math, our most important task is to develop the capacity for mathematical thinking in our students.

This workbook covers the same material as the Teacher's Edition, however it does not include the answer key.

Author: Jamie York
116 pages
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