Elementary school children do not typically study algebra, but they do study many of the underlying concepts of algebra or what is often referred to as algebraic reasoning. These fundamental concepts include: the concept of variable, expressing generality, function, graphing, and equality. This chapter will describe these fundamental concepts and how to engage children in algebraic reasoning. However, it should be noted that in most elementary school mathematics lessons, algebraic reasoning is not typically the main focus of study but rather an extension that can be added on to arithmetic activities.
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