Just Elementary Math

Welcome to a site designed for elementary students, parents, and teachers.  Browsing is not limited to these groups.


Most files have been removed from this site. They will be incorporated in eBooks created by Edwina R. Justice.  The first of the compilations can be viewed in the iBooks Store at iTunes.com.  It is made for the iPad with interactive widgets and can also be viewed on computer with iBooks app.

Announcements for future books will be posted here, eventually and hopefully.

Book 2, "All Set", is expected to become available in January 2015.

Bonus Documents for "All Set"

Documents require passwords that can be obtained from page 30 of "All Set".

Click or tap links to download.

Un-Zip It link

Documents on iPad require an UN-ZIP app in addition to Numbers.

The following file has instructions and illustrations for unzipping.

Password is required to open.

Click or tap link:

Users of Macintosh computers OSX 10.9 or later: 
All Set documents download into Documents folder. 
Drag icon to desktop and click to open.  

Numbers app is needed.

 Interactive eBook #1


Inching Along describes how the development of the concept of area and perimeter, at a basic level, progresses in the primer.  It proceeds from the meaning of one small square unit to the implication of how one large region with smaller sections can be measured.  Through the use of diagrams and tables, appropriate vocabulary is presented, defined and illustrated.   Numerous interactive widgets are included to provide instant reinforcement and repetition, at increasing levels of difficulty.  A review section has been included, as well as related activities that are applications of the concept.  The primer has a section, comprised of PDF tables and grids, that has been shared.

One inch at a time is sufficient to begin the journey.  Many inches away from completing the destination, progress can be made.   Inch by inch more depth is added and soon it’s back to square one, only this time, armed with the necessary tools to flourish.

The primer is appropriate for all ages.  A basic understanding of English is helpful.  However, the images are instructive.


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Geometry and Measurement

Lessons, designed for elementary school students, highlight a selection of basic geometric and measurement concepts.  A series of introductory activities are included in this section.

Vocabulary: area, calculate, congruent, data, length, linear units, line segments, math table, outline, perimeter, rectangle, region, square centimeters, square inch,  square units, width
Closer Look at Circumference and Diameter Relationship

Feature & Focus

This is a selection of math concepts with explanations, illustrations and/or diagrams, and related activities that have been "field-tested", using a novel approach, with upper and middle grade students.  Some activities are interactive and require Excel for activation.

Note: Additional features are being revised.

Math Words


Math words are presented to promote effective communication of mathematics. There is a selection of math words and math words used in conjunction with each other.  The relatedness of words within a group should be reviewed regularly.  Simple illustrations or    examples and brief definitions convey the use of these words for grades three and four.  Some older student struggle with advanced math concepts because of gaps in prerequisite foundation.  These words can be used for remediation with older students who need review.

 Math Words will eventually be available in eBook format.

Here, too ... for you to view

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Some activities have been incorporated in ebooks.

Area of a Region
Area Square Units
Area of a Region
Area of regions
Area of a Region
Factors (Exel Workbook)
Factors Workbook (Excel)
Factors & Rectangle Dimensions
Pi Ratio
Area of a Circle
Powerpoint Show (pdf)
Area of a Circle
One Tenth of a Dollar
Decimal Words
One Third of a Group
Fraction Words
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