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Life of Fred Elementary

Starting with Apples, will add more as we cover it Added some multiplication facts
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0 + 7 =
7
1 + 6 =
7
2 + 5 =
7
3 + 4 =
7
4 + 3 =
7
5 + 2 =
7
6 + 1 =
7
7 + 0 =
7
Ellipses are like circles, but
"squashed"
Circles are rounded like ellipses, but
are perfectly round not "squished" at all.
the time when the short hand is pointing to 6 and the long hand is pointing to 12
6:00
5 + ? = 7
2
List the days of the week
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Leap Years have how many days?
366
Most years have how many days?
365
The 2nd month of the year is ??
February
F E B R U A R Y
deciduous trees
lose their leaves in winter
3x + 4x =
7x
Archimedes
287-212 BCE
An ancient Greek mathematician
calculated the size of the Universe and how many grains of sand it would take to fill it [a vigintillion] in a work called "The Sand Reckoner"
Got killed by being rude
1 million = 1,000,000
a number many people think is big
Euclid
wrote a famous geometry book called "The Elements"
square
a special type of rectangle whose 4 sides are all the same
rectangle
a 4 sided shape with 4 square [or right] angles
triangle
a shape with 3 sides and 3 corners
herbivore
an animal that eats plants
carnivore
an animal that eats other animals
omnivore
an animal that eats a combination of plants and animals
=/=
does not equal
x + 4 = 7, x =
3
Each large number on a clock represents how many minutes?
5
Which hand on a clock indicates the minutes?
the long hand
Which hand on a clock indicates the hour?
the short hand
2
2x1
4
2x2
6
2x3
8
2x4
10
2x5
12
2x6
14
2x7
16
2x8
18
2x9
20
2x10
22
2x11
24
2x12
1 yard
3 feet
0+9
9
1+8
9
2+7
9
3+6
9
4+5
9
5+4
9
6+3
9
7+2
9
8+1
9
9+0
9
Count by 2's to 30
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30
chrysalis
The hard-shelled pupa of certain insects, especially butterflies
cocoon
the silky case that a caterpillar makes to protect itself for a time before it becomes a moth
{ }
braces
Use when you list the members of a set
( )
parentheses
[ ]
brackets
Christini Rossetti
poet who wrote "Consider the Lilies.." and "Caterpillar"
!
Exclamation point
shows emotion or emphasis
sugar
tastes sweet but
1) can make you fat
2) can cause heart disease
3) can make cancer cells grow
4) hurts your immune system
5) can cause diabetes
Marvin Stone
invented the first paper straw in 1888
Orion
constellation that looks like a hunter with a belt, sword, and bow
includes the red supergiant star Betelgeuse /beetle-juice/
collinear
3 or more points all in a row
deliberate
choosing to do something; brain is active
inadvertent
doing something without paying attention; brain is distracted
ordinal numbers
name the order things came in;
first, second, third, fourth, fifth, etc.
yurt
Large circle-shaped tent made of animal skins that can be packed up and moved from place to place.
half past six
6:30
nebula
a large cloud of dust and gas that can break apart into smaller pieces and form stars
light year
the distance light can travel in a year; a measure of distance not time; 6,000,000,000,000 miles
dozen
12
baker's dozen
13
perpendicular
lines that form right angles
p.m.
post meridiem; time between noon and midnight
a.m.
ante meridiem; time between midnight and noon
syncope
fainting
quotation marks
" "
put around words that people say
spine of a book
the edge of a book that usually has the title written on it
naissance
birth or origination
Renaissance
the period of history when there was a great rebirth of art and literature from around the 1300s to the 1600s in Europe
lie vs. lay
resting (no object) VS. to place or put (has an object)
laid
past tense of lay
lain
past participle of lay
whole numbers
{0,1,2,3,4...]
cardinal numbers
numbers for counting
trillion
1 followed by 12 zeroes
1,000,000,000,000
quadrillion
1 followed by 15 zeroes
1,000,000,000,000,000
quintillion
1 followed by 18 zeroes
1,000,000,000,000,000,000
aleph-null
cardinal number associated with the set of all numbers
written with the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet
set of states beginning with M
{Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana}
infinite

having no end
Aeneid
one of the world's most famous poems
written by Virgil in the year 100 BCE
mentions a food similar to pizza
pizza
appeared in Latin in the year 997 CE
but has been around since the year 500 BCE when soldiers of Kind Darius baked bread on their shields and added cheese and dates
billion
1 followed by 9 zeroes
1,000,000,000
googol
1 followed by 100 zeroes
Sun
star at the center of our Solar System
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