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3 I will practice math facts flash cards for ten minutes each night. Four times a week I will find a math facts game on the computer and play it. Two times a week I will play a 30 minute game that requires me to add up my points at the end. Some good games might be Sheepshead, 500 Rummy, Cribbage or Monopoly. Number Sense & Numeration I will solve five adding, subtraction, multiplying, or division problems each night. Three times a week I will find examples of adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing in my environment. Example: There are four legs on each chair at the table. There are six chairs at the table. That makes 24 chair legs at the table. 24 chair legs plus 4 table legs plus 12 people legs equal 40 legs by the table. Two times a week I will put things in my environment in order. Example: Put the people in your family in order according to their age, height, weight etc. Three times a week I will compare two things in my home environment and describe for my parents which thing weighs more, is bigger, is longer, is shorter etc. Three times a week, at meal time, I will state what fraction of the pizza, roast, vegetables, potatoes, fruits, or dessert I ate. Example: I ate ¼ of the pizza tonight. Four times each week I will open a book to any page and tell what the value of each digit is worth. Example: For the number is worth 100, 3 is worth 30, 6 is worth 6. Geometry Three times a week I will find geometric shapes in my environment. Examples: On a car ride find two-dimensional shapes in signs. Find 3-demensional shapes in your home that match geometric solids -- a box is like a cube and a paper towel roll is like a cylinder. I will make pictures using geometric shapes or tangrams two times each week. I will make a picture of symmetry each week. Two times a week I will identify the lines of symmetry on 10 objects around the house or in pictures. Twice a week I will look at an object, turn away, and have my parent flip, slide, or turn the object. I will turn back and guess what they did. I will do this for 10 objects each time. I will work with a geo-board once a week. I will have my parent make a shape. I will recreate the same shape. Measurement I will look at a thermometer each night and tell a parent what the temperature is. Once each week I will guess what five objects weigh and then weigh them to see how much they really weigh. Once each week I will measure five objects in my home using inches, cm, feet, yards etc. Once each week I will measure the perimeter of 3 objects in my home: table top, bedroom, basement, books etc. I will use measuring tools such as rulers, measuring tapes, or my feet to measure them. Once each week I will help make something by following a recipe and using measuring cups and spoons. Two times a week I will estimate how long it will take me to do something. I will do it and compare my estimate to the real time. Three times a week I will find counting patterns and count forward and backward by different groupings. Example: Count eggs by two s, Count minutes by five s, count money by 1 s 5 s 10 s 25 s 50 s.

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