Student Learning Objectives:
· Students will be able to count orally to 70 by ones and tens.
· Students will be able to decompose numbers, less than or
equal to ten into pairs of numbers in more than one way and record with a drawing or equations (e.g., write 7 as 2+5 and 6+1).
· Students will be able to decompose numbers 11-19 into a
group of tens and one(s) with or without manipulatives and record using a drawing or equation.
· Students will be able to find a number that makes 10 when given a number less than 10 (e.g., 1+9, 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, etc).
· Students will be able to use mental math strategies to solve addition and subtraction facts within 5.
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.
· Practice number formation (1-20) 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 and subtraction flashcards as a "secret password" to enter different rooms in your house. Before they are allowed in, they must answer the addition fact correctly.
· Ask your child to pick a number card (1-10). Have them draw/write a number story that represents that number. For example, if your child picks the number 7, they could draw 3 triangles and 4 squares, or they could write 3+4=7.
· Ask your child to pick number card (1-9). Allow them to use manipulatives to show how many more you would need to make 10.
·Cut out the tens and ones found in the Unit 4 math family letter. Say a number and have your child make that number using tens and ones.
Interactive Game Websites:
http://www.brainpopjr.com/(username: redbank111 pw: eagle)
(click on more and then math)