
PedaMath Grade 2
The Math Grade 2 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Numbers up to 999, hundreds, multiplication and tables from 0 to 10, multiplying a 2digit number by a 1digit number, measuring lengths in meters and centimeters, segments and lines, symmetry, time, plane figures and solids, locating squares and points on a grid, calculating by groups, measuring weights, understanding information and givens, choosing the right operation, and following visual instructions.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: “Let’s Learn Together” introduces the main objective, “Let’s Practice” introduces direct application for the objective, and “I Work by Myself” is the selfevaluation part for the students.

PedaMath Grade 1
The Math Grade 1 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Numbers from 0 to 100, ordinal numbers, tens from 10 to 100, addition and subtraction for up to three 2digit numbers, squares, rectangles, circles, triangles, cubes, cuboids, spheres, cylinders, pyramids, positioning, lines, reproducing a figure on a grid, measuring and comparing lengths, comparing weights, congruent figures, and symmetry.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: “Let’s Learn Together” introduces the main objective, “Let’s Practice” introduces direct application for the objective, and “I Work by Myself” is the selfevaluation part for the students

PedaMath Grade 3
The Math Grade 3 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Numbers up to 99,999, multiplication and division, division techniques, sharing and distributing, doubles and triples, fractions (halves, thirds, and others), rounding numbers, time and duration, calendars, units of length (millimeters and kilometers), measuring masses, finding information in a table, identifying needed information, asking questions, solving without calculating, following visual instructions, writing the givens of a problem, right angles, perpendicular lines, midpoints of segments, perimeters, solids, squares, rectangles, and symmetry.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: “Let’s Learn Together” introduces the main objective, “Let’s Practice” introduces direct application for the objective, and “I Work by Myself” is the selfevaluation part for the students

PedaMath Grade 4
The Math Grade 4 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Hundred thousand, millions, fractions, decimal numbers, multiplication and multiples of whole numbers, division by one and 2digit numbers and by multiples of 10, calculators, calculating time and duration, statistics, measuring lengths, masses and capacities, perimeters, areas, distances from points to lines, symmetry, locating, geometrical vocabulary, perpendicular and parallel lines, triangles, circles, polygons, quadrilaterals, and solids.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: introducing new information by building on previous knowledge through the parts “Warm Up,” “Do You Remember,” “What Do You Observe,” wrapping up the rules in the “Keep in Mind” section, and then applying through exercises escalating in their levels in the parts “Let’s Work Out,” “SelfEvaluation,” “Going Deeper,” and “Playing Area.”

PedaMath Grade 5
The Math Grade 5 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula. This book covers the following topics:
Statistics, fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions, mixed numbers, decimal numbers (numeration system, representation, comparison, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), decimal quotients, common multiples of two whole numbers, divisors and divisibility characteristics, products of duration by whole numbers, diameters and lengths of circles, areas of discs, perimeters, square and rectangle areas, cubes, solid patterns, characteristics of quadrilaterals, analytic geometry, distances between two parallels, dilation, angles, and capacity measurements.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: introducing new information by building on previous knowledge through the parts “To Think,” “Activity,” wrapping up the rules in the “Mathematical Vocabulary” and “Essential” sections, and then applying through exercises escalating in their levels in the parts “Exercises” and “Problems.”

PedaMath Grade 6
The Math Grade 6 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Area, volume, fractions, fractional and decimal writing, multiplication, division, and irreducible fractions; proportionality, percentage, quotient and ratio, statistics, signed numbers (definition, comparison, addition, and subtraction), division of duration, literal expressions, operational properties, integers, GCD and LCM, powers, lines and circles, patterns and solids, angles (adjacent and vertically opposite), bisectors, perpendicular bisectors, triangles, and centers of symmetry.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: introducing new information by building on previous knowledge through the parts “To Think,” “Activity,” wrapping up the rules in the “Mathematical Vocabulary” and “Essential” sections, and then applying through exercises escalating in their levels in the parts “Exercises” and “Problems.”

PedaMath Grade 7
The Math Grade 7 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Basic geometry, locating points, congruent triangles, parallel and perpendicular lines, bisectors, perpendicular bisectors, angles, and lines. In algebra: powers, prime numbers, signed numbers, fractions, algebraic expressions (expanding and factorization), equations, GCD, LCM, and proportionality.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: introducing new information by building on previous knowledge through the parts “To Think,” “Activity,” and “I Conclude,” and applying directly in the “Application.” They wrap up the rules in the “Rules for You” section and then practice through exercises escalating in their levels in the parts “Warm Up,” “Reactivate Knowledge,” “Dig Deeper,” “I Evaluate Myself,” and “Manual Activity.”

PedaMath Grade 8
The Math Grade 8 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Powers, powers of 10, square roots, GCD, LCM, proportions, fractions, remarkable identities, equations, inequalities, spotting, midpoint theorem, right triangles, translations and vectors, circles, arcs and angles, parallelograms, rhombuses, squares, rectangles, space, and statistics.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: introducing new information by building on previous knowledge through the parts “To Think,” “Activity,” and “I Conclude,” and applying directly in the “Application.” They wrap up the rules in the “Rules for You” section and then practice through exercises escalating in their levels

PedaMath Grade 9
Math grade 9 textbook is developed in accordance with the new curricula of the CRDP. This book covers the following topics:
Line and circle, proportionality, line in a coordinate system, Thales’ theorem, systems of equations, similar triangles, real numbers, translation vectors, algebraic expressions, trigonometric relations, analytic geometry, and statistical surveys.
In each topic, students go through the following steps to master the learning objectives: introducing new information by building on previous knowledge through the parts “To think,” “Recall,” “Activity,” and “I conclude”; applying directly in the “Application” section; wrapping up the rules in the “Rules for you” section; and then practicing through exercises escalating in their levels in the “Exercises and Problems” sections.