# Math-U-See Epsilon

Includes everything you need for a successful experience with Epsilon.

SKU: MUS5

Availability: In stock

\$135.00
SKU: MUS5

## Details

***If you already own the Fraction Overlay Kit (and would like to purchase the Level Up Set) you can remove it from the package using the Customize tab.

### The Epsilon Universal Set Includes:

• Epsilon Instruction Pack - The Epsilon Instruction Pack contains the Instruction Manual with lesson-by-lesson instructions and answer keys, and the DVD with lesson-by-lesson video instruction.
• Epsilon Student WorkbookThe Epsilon Student Workbook contains lesson-by-lesson worksheets, systematic review pages, and Application & Enrichment pages.
• Epsilon Digital Pack12-month access to Epsilon streaming instruction videos and Instruction Manual PDF, lesson solutions, Skip Count Songs MP3s and Songbook PDFs, and other online resources from any browser. You'll also have access to the Math-U-See Digital Manipulatives, using Chrome or Safari browsers.
• Fraction Overlay Kit - Thirty-nine total pieces represent halves through sixteenths. There are 5 green, 2 orange, 3 pink, 4 yellow, 5 blue, and 6 purple colored vinyl pieces representing the numerator. Clear lined overlays portray the denominator, with two each of halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths and tenths, and one each of eighths and sixteenths.

### Overview

Now that students have learned basic operations with whole numbers, Epsilon covers these same operations with fractions. Fractions are presented in an intuitive way with visual explanations and uses the unique Fraction Overlay Manipulatives.

Major Concepts and Skills Include:

• Recognizing and generating equivalent fractions
• Understanding addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions and mixed numbers

• Using multiple strategies to recognize common factors
• Understanding grouping symbols and their effect on order of operations
• Interpreting and solving word problems
• Comparing, and converting decimal fractions
• Finding the area and circumference of circles