EXPLORE

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.

Algebra

EQUATIONS AND EXPRESSIONS.

Arithmetic builds intuitive understandings of operations to make generalizations, building pathways to algebraic understandings.

Functions

INPUTS AND OUTPUTS.

Functions are relationships between a set of inputs and permissible outputs.  They are fundamental understandings in higher mathematics.

Geometry

SPATIAL PROPERTIES.

Geometric thinking requires reasoning with the properties and relations of geometric figures: points, lines, angles, surfaces, solids, and dimensionality.

NUMERICAL DATA.

Collecting, summarizing, comparing, and presenting data requires advanced analytical tools and understanding.

Stats & Probability

Critical Thinking

LOGIC AND REASONING.

Critical thinking is the process of skillfully applying, analyzing, synthesizing, evaluating, and conceptualizing information to reach conclusions.