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3 Center Activities Rachel Wells CAD 230 Math hopscotch SUBJECT: math AGE GROUP: 4-6 DURATION: 30 mins to 1 hour MATERIALS Chalk two die outside area SET UP draw hopscotch outline outside fill the squares with simple addition and subtraction questions HOW TO PLAY each player will take turns rolling the two die the player will add the two numbers on the die together *if the sum of the two numbers is over 10, the player may go through the hopscotch without answering the math equation written in the square The player will hop the number of spaces of the total sum of the die *if the player rolls a sum of 3,4,6, and 7, they must answer the math equation on both squares learning Objective: child will practice math operations addition and subtraction how to extend learning: have the child practice addition and subtraction with everyday items. for example: if we have 2 bananas now and if we go buy 4 more at the store, how many will we have? 6 bananas book recommendations mission: addition by loreen leedy the action of subtraction byBrian P. Cleary ispy a number SUBJECT math AGE GROUP 3 DURATION 15-30 min MATERIALS white board marker set up the grown up will write and represent different numbers in different ways (five, 5, 5 tallys, 5 dots) on the white board grown up will write out the numbers in different form grown up will ask the child to how to play look for a number with the marker, the child will circle all the ways that the number is represented LEARNING OBJECTIVE: NUMBER RECOGNITION AND COUNTING book recommendations chicka chicka 123 by Bill Martin, Jr. and Michael Sampson HOW TO EXTEND LEARNING: PRACTICE COUNTING EVERYDAY OBJECT WITH KIDDO AND INCREASE DIFFICULTY AS NEEDED mouse count by Ellen Walsh pictionary SUBJECT: LITERACY AGE GROUP: 2+ MATERIALS PAPER PENCIL CONTAINER EASEL LARGE DRAWING PAD set up grown up will write different animals and everyday objects on small pieces of paper and place it into a container. how to play each player will get a turn at the easel. the player at the easel will go into the container and pick out a paper the player will then draw what is on the paper and the other player will guess book recommendations learning objective: associating images with the correct words how to extend learning: grown up can teach a new word everyday and explain and describe the imagery related to the words Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Book by Bill Martin, Jr. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Book by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault
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Make a paper plate clock

Make a paper plate clock!! (telling time)

Activity: Making a paper clock
Requirements: Paper plate, pins, craft paint, paint brush, Crayons, markers, or
pens, number stickers, and a pair of scissors.
How to play: Begin by making a shallow hole in the center of a paper plate. The numbers must be written in the proper
spot by the students. They can then cut the clock hands to the correct size out of colorful paper and attach them with a
divided pin from the middle. Parents can even have pupils write the minutes on a second plate (of a different color).
Make a rim by gluing the second sheet to the bottom of the first.

Benfits of the craft: This activity is an excellent method to teach children how to tell time.
When using an analog clock to tell time, students can practice a variety of mathematical
abilities, including number recognition, skip counting, angles, and fractions. Fun, hands-on
activities are the best way to get youngsters to learn.
Extending the game home: This activity can easily be conducted at home, you can ask your
kids to tell the time on an anlogue wall clock.
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