Enrichment - Math
Math Fluency Facts Week 1 - Click on the link - Math Fluency Week 1
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Math Fluency Facts Week 9 - Click on the link -Math Fluency Week 9
When you click on the above link, have your child type their name and then answer the questions. Please let them do this on their own. If they struggle they are need of more practice with addtion. You can give them something to use for counters to practice with the next time. (pennies, blocks, cut circles out of paper and they can use that too)
- Give your child simple addition and subtraction problems to do for practice.
- If your child has a collection of objects (20 or less) ask them how many they have? Make sure they touch each one as they count, (if they need to count them). To further enhance the activity ask them how they know it is that number. They should be able to group them and tell you this is a set of "__" and this is a set of "__" which means together they equal "__". If they tell you they just know it, don't accept that response. Make sure they explain how they know.
- Look in a magazine for shapes, ask them to tell you what they find and how they know. How many sides? How many veriticies?
- Find everyday objects that resemble 3D shapes: sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, and rectangular prism
- Get varied collections of objects and have them sort them. Ask how they sorted, size, color, or shape.
YouTube Video's to refresh skills: