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Posted by allen On May 25, 2012 Comments Off
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Different cultures used different traditional numeral systems for teaching Small and  large numbers.  The extent of large numbers used varied in each culture.

Teaching how to differentiate and find out  which is a small number and which is a big number can be challenging. In our days  my parents taught me to differentiate small numbers with help of match stick, stones, nuts, vegetables and marbles.

Children studying in rural areas of  India used to be very good in mathematics  and numbers as they would have learned numbers and additions  by counting natural objects what they see ( Birds, Trees, sticks, animals etc)

In this tutorial we have combined all our experience and have created this learning kit for teaching how to differentiate the small and big numbers.  Jazz Presentation graphics team have made the learning full of fun by including animation, sound effects and graphics.

You can download the sample learning kit  from  the link here.Understanding Small and Big numbers (678)   The full version consisting of 15  exercise you can buy for $3 (USD) by clicking on the add to cart  button below.

Understanding Bigger And Smaller Numbers

History of Numbers :

A number is a mathematical object used to count and measure. In mathematics, the definition of number has been extended over the years to include such numbers as zero, negative numbers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, and complex numbers.

Mathematical operations are certain procedures that take one or more numbers as input and produce a number as output. Unary operations take a single input number and produce a single output number.

A notational symbol that represents a number is called a numeral. In addition to their use in counting and measuring, numerals are often used for labels (telephone numbers), for ordering (serial numbers), and for codes (e.g., ISBNs).

In common use, the word number can mean the abstract object, the symbol, or the word for the number.

Understanding Bigger And Smaller Numbers

First use of numbers

Bones and other artifacts have been discovered with marks cut into them that many believe are tally marks. These tally marks may have been used for counting elapsed time, such as numbers of days, lunar cycles or keeping records of quantities, such as of animals.

A tallying system has no concept of place value  which limits its representation of large numbers. Nonetheless tallying systems are considered the first kind of abstract numeral system.

The first known system with place value was the Mesopotamian base 60 system (ca. 3400 BC) and the earliest known base 10 system dates to 3100 BC in Egypt.

We have also provided following excellent  Learning  Kit to learn and teach Numbers  for Kids from Amazon. Click on the image/link to visit Amazon.com for more details:

Enjoy Teaching Small and Big Numbers to your Kids in School and Home using this tutorial.

Price: $3.00

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