Friday, December 27, 2013

Winter or Summer?

Depending on where you are in the world - you are either in winter or summer.
My Math Winter - 10 Tasks has been in my store for a while and now, to match it, I have posted my Summer Math - 10 tasks. 

These two packs mirror one another just like our seasons do on each side of our world.
They reinforce the same same skills, but follow the relevant seasonal theme. 

       

       Winter Maths – 10 tasks, 140 pages

Ten Frames - Use as flash cards to trust the count and Subitise Use to make and record number stories 9=5+4, 5=3+2

How many snowballs are needed? - Sequence the snow buckets in order. Then put the number of buckets with the correct collection

Which sack has more presents? Set one –0-20, Set Two –0-100. Place the snowman in the correct place

Missing Bird -  Place the missing bird in the correct spot

Skip Counting mittens- Color copy and laminate cards A-Z. Display the A-Z cards around the room. Use the recording sheet to write your answer

Roll and cover - Use a 6 sided dice - roll and cover. There are three additional sets that ask you to +1, +2 and double the number rolled

Sequence the children - Each set of children has a different background. Sequence them– watch out they are sneaky children!

How many trees have snow on them? Work out how many trees have snow. Display around the room, read the equations and use the trees like a number line. Record your answer on the answer sheet

Doubles- Roll a dice (6 -10 – 12 sided). If you roll a 3 – you need three sets of cards. Then you need to work out that 3 x 2 = 6 pieces of clothing

Time to ski - One set is o’clock, one set is half past. Spread them out and match the correct labels

      

Summer Math - 10 Math tasks (K-2)
146 pages

Ten Frames -  Use as flash cards to trust the count and Subitise. Use to make and record number stories 8 = 4+4. 8 = 6+2

Buckets of Sand needed - Sequence the sand castles in order of numerals. Then put the number of buckets with the correct collection

Friends of 10- Match up the cards to make stories of ten. Use the recording sheet to show friends of ten facts and number stories

Who has rescued more swimmers? Set one –0-20, Set Two –0-100. Place the chair in the correct place and pointing the correct way

Missing drink- Place the missing drink in the correct spot

Skip Counting suns-  Display the A-Z cards around the room. Use the recording sheet to write your answer

Roll and cover - Use a 6 sided dice - roll and cover. There are three additional sets that ask you to +1, +2 and double the number rolled

Sequence the children -  Each set of children has a different background to keep the sets together

How many hot dogs in the picnic basket? Work out how many hot dogs in the basket? Color copy and laminate, then display around the room. Read the equations and use the hot dogs like a number line. Record your answer on the answer sheet

Time for the beach and a BBQ - One set is o’clock. One set is half past Spread them out and match the correct labels.

Happy holidays wherever you are!

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