Student Learning Objectives:
· Students will be able to count and represent with a written numeral a number of objects to 10.
· Students will be able to write numerals from zero to 10.
· Students will be able to count to 30 by ones and tens.
· Students will be able to count forward beginning from
any given number up to 50— instead of having to begin at
· Students will be able to use objects or drawings to represent and solve addition and subtraction word problems within 10.
· Students will be able to fluently add within 5.
· Students will be able to classify and sort objects into given categories and count the objects in each category (up to 10
Activities To Do At Home:
· Count, count, count! Count mailboxes when you take walks. Count plates when you set the table. Count cars passing by. Count anything and everything! Make sure you are practicing counting by both ones and tens.
· Have you child pick a number card out of a basket and begin counting forward from that number.
· Practice number formation (1-10) EVERYDAY! Be sure to correct number reversals when you see them. Make it fun! Use shaving cream during bath time, pudding, playdough, markers, crayons, pencils, etc.
· Encourage students to explore addition and subtraction using manipulatives (i.e. matchbox cars, m&m's, unifix cubes, etc). Create a number story and have them solve.
· Use addition flashcards as a "secret password" to enter different rooms in your house. Before they are allowed in, they must answer the addition fact correctly.
· Give you child different household objects and have them sort them into categories.
Interactive Game Websites:
http://www.brainpopjr.com/(username: redbank111 pw: eagle)
(click on more and then math)