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Helping Children Learn Math at Home
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Our class uses Everyday Mathematics, The University of Chicago School Mathematics Project. We play games to learn many skills. We will be using manipulatives such as pattern blocks, unifix cubes, wooden blocks and a variety of items for sorting. We will also be counting, making and reading graphs, copying and making patterns, comparing, classifying, labeling, and adding and subtracting. Every week you will receive a Family Letter with a math activity to try at home with your child. Here are some Math Activities for kids.

Online Connect-The-Dots

Interactive Math Puzzles for Children

Online Math Practice for Kindergarten

Online Math Practice for PreK to K

This site provides math quizzes for teachers and students.
You can create a quiz and select the range of numbers you'd like to use.
Students can grade the quiz online and generate new problems for more practice.

Fun School Preschool

Math Printables and More Ideas for Teachers

Preschool Comparisons, Numbers and Links

Cool Math for Kids

Card Game - Ace, 2, 3
Each player gets 7 cards. Anyone who has an ace sets it down, and if no one has one then the first person draws a card from the remaining deck. The next person then has to put down a 2, the next person a 3, etc until you get to king and then it starts all over again. If someone doesn't have the card that they need when it is their turn, they draw a card from the deck. The first person to get rid of all their cards wins.

Online Pattern Block

The MegaPenny Project
Visualizing huge numbers can be very difficult.
This project aims to help by taking one small everyday item,
the U.S. penny, and building on that to answer the question:
"What would a billion (or a trillion) pennies look like?"

Online Skip Counting

A Plus Math Flashcards

Hand Made Manipulative Instructions

Learning Ordinal Numbers With a Song

Find out if a number is odd or even and the factors of that number.

Find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of a group of two or three numbers.

Money: Change Maker

Math Links

Songs and Poems

Songs and Poems About Money

Sing Along Songs
Includes songs about colors, shapes,
100 days, 5 Little Snowmen

The Powers of 10


Rhyme To Learn How To Write the Numbers:

0 - Round and round just like an "O"
Now youíve made the number zero

1 - Start at the top and down you run
Thatís the way you make a one

2 - Make a candy cane and give it a shoe
Thatís the way you make a two

3 - Around and around just like a "B"
Thatís the way you make a three

Around a tree and around a tree
That is how you make a three

4 - Down and over and down some more
Thatís the way you make a four

Down and across and slice through the door
That is how you make a four

5 - Short neck, belly fat
Mr. Five wears a hat

6 - Make a "C" then in you go
Now youíve made a six you know

7 - Across the sky and down from heaven
Thatís the way you make a seven

8 - Make an "S" and then donít wait
Go back up and make an eight

9 - Make a circle then a line
Thatís the way you make a nine

11 - 1 and a 1 looks like rain from heaven.
That's how you make number 11.

12 - Number 12 is easy to do
If you remember it's a 1 and a 2.


Tune: Row, Row, Row Your Boat

E-l-e   v-e-n, eleven is after ten
All you do is go straight down
And do it once again

Tune: Ten Little Indians

T-w-e   l-v-e
T-w-e   l-v-e
T-w-e   l-v-e
Twelve eggs make a dozen


Math Facts Chant for Ten

Make a ten. Make a ten.
We know ways to make a ten.
9+1 and 8+2;
They have sums of ten. It's true.
7+3 and 6+4;
Do you know there are two more?
5+5 and 0+10;
Now let's say them all again!

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