At Home Learning – Room 1
Wednesday, April 8th
Good morning families! Below are a few story problems as well as an idea to get your child writing daily. Please remember that these are all just suggestions of activities for families that are looking for them.
Don’t forget to send me pictures of you and your work so we can share them with the class!
Can you solve these math problems? Draw picture or use counters (like pennies or beads) to help you!
- On Thursday it is Sinai’s birthday! Her mom makes her a cake and cuts it into 12 pieces. Her family eats 9 pieces. How many pieces are left? (Happy birthday, Sinai!)
- Ms. Lorena has 14 pencils. She finds 9 more in her desk How many does she have all together?
- Ms. White has 55 Hot Cheetos. She takes 10 more out of the bag. How many Hot Cheetos does she have now?
- Mr. Drohan has 32 fidget spinners in his basket. He gives away 10 during Town Hall. How many fidget spinners does he have left?
An easy (and fun!) way to keep your child practicing their writing is by having them keep a journal. Check out this easy format or create your own!