Curious George is a curious monkey. His curiosity sometimes gets him in trouble. In the story, he was very curious about what he thought was a kitty.
add and subtract
It is time to practice adding and subtracting within five.The more we practice the easier it is to do our math work! Print out the math fact cards. You can print them onto labels, and then glue onto index card or just cut out and glue to index cards (or sturdier paper). Either outside (if outside you can use sidewalk chalk) to make a math fact path. Place the facts along the path. Make a start and a finish. Your child rolls a dot cube (a die) with the 6 covered (with tape). He starts by stating the answer to the first math fact. It is okay if he has to use his fingers right now, they are a built in math tool. If answered correctly he moves ahead the number he rolled on the die. If incorrect, he tries again. Continue until he reaches the finish. Celebrate his success with a HIGH FIVE, of course!
Get your body moving! Fireflies don’t move like this, but you can! Move along to ‘Dynamite‘. You have been a dynamite learner this school year! You will need a big drink of water when you are done!
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