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WES Math Activities
WES Math Activities
Julie Chase
Thursday, May 07, 2020

Thursday, May 7th:  MATH

Pre-K:  Go on a moon walk and find some moon rocks.  Practice adding and subtracting using your moon rocks.   

Kindergarten: Go find some rocks and let’s pretend we found them on the moon! Use them as counters to practice adding and subtracting.  You can use playing cards or have someone write some problems down for you.  Have fun using your “moon” rocks!

1st & 2nd:  Create a spaceship on paper out of different shapes. You have to label the shapes with the correct name (point to the angles and sides) - use as many shapes as you can.  List the shapes and count how many shapes you used of each like 3 circles, 4 squares, 2 triangles  - except use tally marks and make a chart. To ‘shape’ things up a bit - find items to build your spaceship around the house and label the spaceship pieces - count the 3D shapes you used (cylinder, sphere, cube, rectangular prism, and so on).  Use as many as you can.  Take a picture and share with your classmates in class dojo.  Can’t wait to see the pictures!  Have FUN!!!!  Maybe I will post a picture of my spaceship too!    

3rd: Time to show your racing and multiplication skills.  This week you will go to www.mathplayground.com and race space ships.  Your job will be to show off your multiplication skills in a game called, Space Race Multiplication.  You will race other players.  Try hard to be the fastest at basic multiplication and win the race.  While on the website, choose other math games to play to practice your math skills. 

4th: Time to show your racing and multiplication skills.  THis week you will go to www.mathplayground.com and race space ships.  Your job will be to show off you multiplication skills in a game called, Space Race Multiplication.  You will race other players.  Try hard to be the fastest at basic multiplication and win the race.  While on the website, choose other math games to play to practice your math skills. 

5th: Let’s venture into outer space to race with our Martian friends and problem solve with other space buddies. Using your phone, tablets, etc, go to www.mathplayground.com. Click on “sign in”, click classroom. Under “Classroom Sign In” , for the access name use math5and6 (no spaces) and for the sign in code use 2020. There are games assigned for this week’s Space theme. Have fun! 

“To Infinity and Beyond!”

6th: Let’s venture into outer space to race with our Martian friends and problem solve with other space buddies. Using your phone, tablets, etc, go to www.mathplayground.com. Click on “sign in”, click classroom. Under “Classroom Sign In” , for the access name use math5and6 (no spaces) and for the sign in code use 2020. There are games assigned for this week’s Space theme. Have fun! 

“To Infinity and Beyond!”

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