I can count to 100.
I can find all the ways to make 8 and 9.
Pick a video or two from this site.
Weekly Math Activities:
Your goal this week is to try to find all the ways to make 8 and 9.
Game 1-Addition Bag
Watch this video (Addition Bag Video), then play the game. Use this recording sheet (Addition Bag/Shake and Spill recording sheet) to show all the ways you found to make the number or make your own recording sheet.
Game 2-Number Bond Roll
Watch this video (Number Bond Roll Video), then play the game. Record what you did on this recording sheet or make your own recording sheet. Don’t have a dice at home? Make this one or find one online here: Online Dice
Want an extra challenge? Write number sentences to go with your number bonds!
Show your teacher all the great work you have been doing! Take a picture of your recording sheets showing all the different ways you found to make 8 and 9. Send it to your teacher.
- Here are some links to some extra math pages: Color 8 and 9 or 8 and 9 color beans, dots, or cubes Color the objects in each row two different colors, and then write the numbers to go with the picture. Want another challenge? Write a number sentence to match each picture.
- Play The Hiding Game or Shake and Spill with 8 and 9. Have you found all the ways to make 8 and 9 yet? Do you know them in your head? Write the equations for each way to make 8 and 9.
- Try counting some of these collections:
- Look at all your toys. How many are blue? How did you organize your count? Why?
- Ask your family for some coins. How many are there? How did you organize your count? Why did you organize it that way?
- Look in your kitchen. How many plates do you have? How do you know?
- Look out your window. How many pink things do you see? How did you count them? Would there be a better way to count them?
- How many chairs are in your house? How many chair legs? How did you count them? Is there a strategy that you could have used that would have made it easier?