Guiding children's arithmetic experiences : the experiencelanguage approach to numbers / J. Allen Hickerson.

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Subjects 
Arithmetic  Study and teaching.

Series 
PrenticeHall education series.

Description 
322 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.

Copyright Date 
1952.

Contents 
pt. I. The three major aspects of the arithmetic program : Learning to represent concrete situations with arithmetic symbols  Learning to compute with meaning and efficiency  Understanding the number system  Evaluating children's abilities  Organizing the class for learning  part II. Learning to compute with whole numbers : Learning to add whole numbers  Learning to subtract whole numbers  Learning to multiply whole numbers  Learning to divide whole numbers  Learning to divide whole numbers  part III. Learning to compute with fractions : What are fractional parts?  Learning to add and subtract commonfractions  Learning to multiply and divide commonfractions  Learning multiply and divide commonfractions  Learning to add and subtract decimalfractions  Learning to multiply and divide decimalfractions  What is percentage?  Appendix A. In and outofschool uses of arithmetic (listed by grades)  Appendix B. Ageplacement of computational steps  Appendix C. Suggested readings.

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(OCoLC)525570
(OCoLC)ocm00525570 
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