Teacher Reference Materials: Skills Link™ Everyday Mathematics: Cumulative Practice Sets Grade 3, Vol 2
Teacher Reference Materials
Special Symbols Used in This Volume
Dots (25) line
Dots (246) left-pointing arrowhead
Dots (135) right-pointing arrowhead
Dots (1235) regular scale mark
Most of the diagrams are supplied in a tactile form. Please note that the braille-reading student may need assistance reading the tactile graphics.
This volume has been transcribed according to The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Science Notation, 1972 Revision.
This volume has been transcribed according to the provisional guidelines for Transcribing Early Literacy Materials (April 2003) set forth by BANA and the American Printing House for the Blind
Money is shown in braille as: q quarter, d dime, n nickel, p penny
The number lines in Problems 3 and 4 are shown vertically in braille. The smallest number is at the bottom.
The underlined digit is shown in parentheses after the number.
g stands for a shaded square; l stands for an unshaded square.
Ask your teacher for help. Pictures of cube, long, and meterstick are omitted.
The centimeter ruler below is larger than in print in order to show the millimeter marks.
The number lines are shown vertically in braille. The smallest number is at the bottom.