Here is the last activity for the year!!
Have a great summer!!!
Hey there everybody! Please enjoy the book and then look at the activities attached for your grade level!
Enjoy the story and have fun learning!!
Kinder - 2nd grade activities:
ELA: Who are the main characters?
What was the setting for the story?
Math: Put some coins on the table and have your child identify the different coins and tell how much they are worth.
Put a variety of coins on the table and have your child sort them.
Writing: Draw a picture of you at a fair or carnival with a friend. Then write 3 sentences about your picture.
3rd - 5th grade activities:
ELA: Write a 5 sentence summary about this story. Be sure and include characters, setting and the problem.
Math: Practice counting money.
Practice counting back change.
Use a store circular for this activity. If you had $300, what could you afford to buy?
Writing: Write about a time that you went to a fair. Be sure and add lots of details!
This week I want you to get creative! I am going to give each grade level (3-5th) a mathematical term. I would like you to define the term using words AND pictures. When you are finished, send me what you created! I can't wait to see your work! :)
Use words and pictures to show your understanding of the term:
3rd grade ----- polygon
4th grade ----- fraction
5th grade ----- decimal
As always, have fun doing Math!!
Click on the link and listen to the story called The Hula Hoopin' Queen !! It is read by Oprah Winfrey. It is a great story!!
After you read the story, here are a couple of challenges for you:
1) How many times can you hula hoop?
2) Have a hula hoop competition with somebody else. Who wins?
Here is a game that you can play while you are at home. I gave you some ideas to get it started. Can you think of ways to make the game even better? Can you think of a way to make the game more challenging? Please share your ideas! :)
As always...have FUN doing Math!!!!!