1 Vocabulary Cards and Word Walls The vocabulary cards in this file match the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. The cards are arranged alphabetically. Each card has three sections. o Section 1 is only the word. This is to be used as a visual aid in spelling and pronunciation. It is also used when students are writing their own kid-friendly definition and drawing their own graphic. o Section 2 has the word and a graphic. This graphic is available to be used as a model by the teacher. o Section 3 has the word, a graphic, and a definition. This is to be used for the Word Wall in the classroom. (See ideas for everyday use of a Word Wall below.) These cards are designed to help all students with math content vocabulary, including ELL, REACH, special education, and regular education students. Ideas for everyday use of a Word Wall to develop vocabulary knowledge and fluency by the students Give 3 cloze sentences for student to fill in with words from Word Wall (for example, We walked around the of the school.) Have students write own sentences with words from the Word Wall. Have students share three sentences written by their cooperative group on an overhead or document camera. Have students share examples of hearing, seeing, or using a word from the Word Wall from their personal lives. Make a game by giving a definition for a word and students race to write the word on the board. Have students make a connection between pairs of words to help memory. Ask students to tell the two words that they think go together or are connected in some way and to justify their reasoning. Give a clue about a word and then ask students to find the word on the wall that goes with the clue (for example, This word names a polygon with five sides. pentagon) Select a Word Wall word and ask students to work with a partner to create a quick web of all the words they can think of that go with that word. Say a sentence, but leave out a word (from the wall). Have students guess which word belongs in the sentence. Scramble the letters in a word. Give students a clue to its meaning and see if they can unscramble the word. Share a topic with the class (e.g., multiplication) and ask students to find all of the words on the wall that connect to the topic. Make a picture or photo book using the Word Wall words using a scrapbook format, PowerPoint, or video. Write a story, poem, paragraph or letter including a set number of words from the Word Wall. Bibliography of Definition Sources: Algebra to Go, Great Source, ISBN Math on Call, Great Source, ISBN-13: Math at Hand, Great Source, ISBN Math to Know, Great Source, ISBN Illustrated Dictionary of Math, Usborne Publishing Ltd., ISBN Source: Granite School District (Utah) Math Department Math Dictionary, Eula Ewing Monroe, Boyds Mills Press, ISBN- 13: Student Reference Books, Everyday Mathematics, Houghton-Mifflin eglossary, Interactive Math Dictionary,
2 add add = 5 add To combine, put together two or more quantities = 5
3 addend addend addend Any number being added.
4 analog clock analog clock analog clock A clock that shows the time by the positions of the hour and minute hand.
5 array array array An arrangement of objects in equal rows and equal columns.
6 Associative Property of Addition Associative Property of Addition Associative Property of Addition Changing the grouping of 3 or more addends does not change the sum.
7 attribute attribute attribute A characteristic of an object, such as color, shape, size, etc.
8 category category category A collection of things sharing a common attribute.
9 circle circle circle A figure with no sides and no vertices.
10 classify classify classify To sort into categories or to arrange into groups by attributes.
11 closed figure closed figure closed figure A figure with all the sides connected.
12 Commutative Property of Addition Commutative = property of Addition Commutative Property of Addition = Changing the order of the addends does not change the sum.
13 compare compare compare To decide if one number is greater than, less than, or equal to another number.
14 compose compose compose To put together basic elements.
15 composite shape composite shape composite shape A figure that is made from 2 or more geometric figures.
16 cone cone cone A geometric solid with a circular base and curved surface that meets at a point.
17 count back count back count back A way to subtract.
18 count on count on count on A way to add.
19 counting up counting up 7 5 = 2 Start with 5. Count up 2 more to reach 7. The difference is 2. counting up 7 5 = 2 Start with 5. Count up 2 more to reach 7. The difference is 2. A way to subtract. Finding the difference by adding up from the smaller number to the larger number.
20 cube cube cube A solid figure with six square faces.
21 cylinder cylinder cylinder A geometric solid with 2 circular bases and a curved surface.
22 data data data A collection of information.
23 decompose decompose decompose To separate into basic elements.
24 difference difference difference The result when one number is subtracted from another.
25 different different different Compare 2 or more objects or figures to find what is not the same.
26 digit digit digit Any of the symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9.
27 digital clock digital clock digital clock A clock that shows the time with numbers of hours and minutes; usually separated by a colon (:)
28 equal equal equal Having the same amount.
29 equal shares equal shares 4 equal parts equal shares 4 equal parts Equal parts of a whole.
30 equation equation equation A number sentence with an equal sign. The amount on one side of the equal sign has the same value as the amount on the other side.
31 estimate estimate about 10 fish estimate about 10 fish A number close to an exact amount. An estimate tells about how much or about how many.
32 expression expression expression A mathematical phrase without an equal sign.
33 face face face A surface on a solid figure.
34 fourth of fourth of fourth of One of four equal parts.
35 fourths fourths fourths The parts you get when you divide something into four equal parts.
36 geometric solid geometric solid geometric solid A three dimensional figure.
37 greater than greater than 5 > 3 greater than 5 > 3 Greater than is used to compare two numbers when the first number is larger than the second number.
38 half circle half circle half circle One of two equal parts of a circle. (semi-circle)
39 half hour half hour 30 minutes = one half-hour half hour A unit of time equal to 30 minutes. 30 minutes = one half-hour
40 half of half of half of One of 2 equal parts.
41 halves halves halves The parts you get when you divide something into 2 equal parts.
42 heavier heavier heavier Having a weight that is greater than that of another object.
43 hexagon hexagon hexagon A figure with 6 straight sides.
44 hour (hr) hour (hr) 60 minutes = 1 hour hour (hr) 60 minutes = 1 hour A unit of time equal to 60 minutes.
45 hour hand hour hand hour hand The short hand on a clock.
46 iterate iterate Laying multiple paper clips end to end to measure the length of a pencil. iterate Laying multiple paper clips end to end to measure the length of a pencil. To repeat; to do again and again; to make repeated use of a mathematical procedure.
47 length length length How long something is. The distance from one point to another.
48 less than less than less than Less than is used to compare two numbers when the first number is smaller than the second number.
49 lighter lighter lighter Having a weight that is less than that of another object.
50 longer longer longer A word used when comparing the length of two objects.
51 longest longest longest A word used when ordering three or more objects by length.
52 making ten making ten makes plus the 5 left over makes 15. making ten A strategy that uses combinations of numbers that add up to ten.
53 multiple of ten multiple of ten 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, multiple of ten 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, Multiples of ten end in zero when written in base ten.
54 number number There are 3 candies. number There are 3 candies. A number indicates how many or how much. The number of objects can be named by the numeral 3.
55 numeral numeral llll l numeral llll l A symbol used to represent a number.
56 one-fourth one-fourth one-fourth One of 4 equal parts.
57 one-half one-half one-half One of 2 equal parts.
58 ones ones ones A single unit or object.
59 place value place value place value The value a digit has because of its place in a number.
60 quarter of quarter of quarter of One of 4 equal parts.
61 quarter circle quarter circle quarter circle One of 4 equal parts of a circle.
62 rectangle rectangle rectangle A plane figure with 4 sides and 4 square corners.
63 sequence sequence sequence A set of numbers arranged in special order or pattern. 1, 5, 9, 13 is a number sequence. The difference between any two numbers is 4.
64 shorter shorter shorter A word used when comparing the length of two objects.
65 shortest shortest shortest A word used when comparing three or more objects in length.
66 side side side A line or surface forming a border or face of an object.
67 similar similar similar Compare two or more objects or figures to find what is the same shape.
68 sort sort sort To group or organize according to shared attributes.
69 sphere sphere sphere A geometric solid with a curved surface.
70 square square square A figure with 4 sides that are the same length and 4 right angles.
71 subtract subtract 5 2 = 3 subtract 5 2 = 3 Take away, remove, or compare.
72 sum sum sum The answer to an addition problem.
73 taller taller taller A word used when comparing the height of two objects,
74 tallest tallest tallest tallest A word used when ordering three or more objects by height.
75 tens 7 tens tens 70 tens 7 tens 70 Something with 10 parts or units.
76 3-dimensional 3-dimensional 3-dimensional A solid shape that has length, width, and height.
77 triangle triangle triangle A figure with 3 straight sides.
78 2-dimensional 2-dimensional 2-dimensional Lying on a plane; flat.
79 vertex vertex vertex A corner of a figure. Vertices are two or more corners of a figure.
80 weight weight weight A measure of how heavy something is.
81 whole numbers whole numbers whole numbers The whole numbers are 0 and the counting numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and so on.
Vocabulary Cards and Word Walls Revised: May 23, 2011 Important Notes for Teachers: The vocabulary cards in this file match the Common Core, the math curriculum adopted by the Utah State Board of Education,
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