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1.1 Introduction to the Student Reference Book. Mental Math . Solve these addition problems. Write your answer on your slate. 6 + 1 = 9 + 2 = 6 + 7 = 20 + 30 = 7 + 9 = 90 + 90 =. Math Message.

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1.1 Introduction to the Student Reference Book

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## 1.1 Introduction to the Student Reference Book

### Mental Math

Solve these addition problems.

6 + 1 =

9 + 2 =

6 + 7 =

20 + 30 =

7 + 9 =

90 + 90 =

### Math Message

Look through the SRB. It is divided into sections. Find two sections and be ready to share the sections you found with your table mates.

Also find a page that looks interesting to you. Place a Post-it note on the page number and be ready to share.

### Our Student Reference Book

You can take home your SRB or access it on your home computer!

Look up “Extended Multiplication Facts”

Our Student Reference Book

• Glossary – math vocabulary in alphabetical order and defines each word.

Look up line of symmetry

Our Student Reference Book

• Index – lists key words in alphabetical order and gives pages on which those words appear.

Use the Index to find the rules for the game

Baseball Multiplication

On which page(s) will you find the game?

Our Student Reference Book

• World Tour – has interesting facts and bits of data we will use throughout the year.

What are some interesting parts of the World Tour section?

### Using Fact Triangles

You can use them with a partner or all alone!

As you solve them, sort them into two piles “I know it!” and “Need to practice!”

### Wrap it UP!

Discuss with your table partners.

How will you use your SRB in math?

What was the most interesting fact you learned about your SRB?