Talking Math: Day 2
How many whole oranges do you see? How many halves? (3.NF.A.1) What fruits look like geometric shapes? List the fruits and the shapes they look like. This link shows an image of a packed prism of oranges.
What mathematical questions could you ask about the image?
Choose the grade level at which you can complete the activity alone. Ask an adult helper to tackle a more difficult grade level.
Use the supported worksheet to talk about oranges.
Take a virtual trip to the San Diego Zoo! Explore the animal exhibits through their webcams. Journal your observations and describe which animal you’re most like and why.
Remember to use at least 3 sentences with DESCRIBING words (what does the animal LOOK like? SOUND like? FEEL like?)
Draw a picture of your favorite animal in the San Diego Zoo. Dictate and then copy/trace at least one sentence about the animal: “The panda is my favorite animal because…”
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Use this form and compare and contrast TWO of your favorite animals in the San Diego Zoo webcam videos. How are they SIMILAR? How are they DIFFERENT?
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