Math activities applied to a child's day of play Measuring the Body Calculating Magnetic Darts Scoring Assembling Pizza Fractions Manipulating Polygons Building with Partners Odd and Even Numbers Measuring Weights Using Measuring Tools Comparing Fractions | All of the activities make connections to the daily play of children. They learn why it is important to learn the math skills.Starting with a human skeleton and assembling the bones correctly is a prelude to working with all shapes of polygons. This program supports New York State Learning Standards and NationalCommon Core Standards Toss magnetic dartsUse a calculator to add score. FractionsAt his center 2 students each have 6 pizzas that are cut into different fractions. It is a race to assemble the 6 pies. PolygonsStudents are identifying and assembling numerous different size shapes as an introduction to geometry.Use concrete objects to represent constructive ideas.Build with different shapes. Work by oneself or team up. Odd & EvenEach tin tub has numbers written around the top of the circumference. The plastic colored clothes pins have identical numbers. Clip them on their numbers. Working with 5 weights. Without a scale, place them in order from light to heavy.The 2 trays have math problems written inside.The pails have the answer Place them in.eggs. More tools Assemble the skeleton, then lie down next to it. Have a partner use the tape measure to measure you and the skeleton. A dozen assembled pizzas |

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