hot chocolate math

Hot Chocolate Math

Hot chocolate math would be a fun math activity to incorporate into winter activities.

craft : learn numbers with TP rolls.

Tower of numbers: Each roll of toilet paper has a number on it. These toilet paper rolls will need to be placed in the correct order to create a tower. (Place a circle piece of paper between the rolls to make it easier to balance.

Fact Fluency Flash Cards and Number Sequencing Cards for Math Workshop

MATH FACT FLUENCY FLASH CARDS These flashcards would be a great way to help the students work on math facts. I like how they are separated by plus four facts, plus ten facts, etc.

Roman numerals math (my kids know how to read Roman numerals from their McGuffey’s lessons; use Popsicle sticks on the table) Big hit with 8 and 10 year old; we went up to 11. I handed 8yo the total number of sticks she would need to form into shape. However, she can read Roman numerals easily; today she read “49” in her McGuffey’s. Each number is a little equation: 1,2,3, are easy, teach that V is five, so 4 is “1 before 5 or I before V”, 6 is one after 5 or I after V = VI, etc

Making Roman numerals with popsicle sticks. We could use the match sticks. Great idea, seeing as it's now in the maths curriculum!

Tower of numbers. Cut cardboard circles to place between tubes to help keep the tower balanced.

Tower of numbers: Each roll of toilet paper has a number on it. These toilet paper rolls will need to be placed in the correct order to create a tower. (Place a circle piece of paper between the rolls to make it easier to balance.

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