Navigate to the correct week of numeracy work (above). You'll find the numeracy work that is to be completed in the classroom and at home. The daily tasks include number of the day, Daily Math, a math task/worksheet, and a math challenge of the week. A good goal is to complete 30-60 minutes of numeracy per day including the suggested tasks and some math games. Encourage your child to complete the tasks independently when at home, but of course you may help them as needed. If they require your help to complete the tasks, please indicate this when submitting their work so that I am able to help them at school as well and adjust expectations as necessary.
Don't forget to record their progress in the learning log!
Number of the Day: Number of the day is a task that hits many numeracy concepts including place value, different forms of the word, decomposition, relational values, addition and subtraction, and rounding). Use the number of the day sheet provided. Each page sent home is double sided with a primary and intermediate version. Have your child try their best to complete it on their own, but you can help as needed. Templates for these are also provided on each week's page of work in case it gets misplaced.
Number of the day templates and completed examples can be found at the bottom of this page.
Daily Math: (starting soon) Daily Math booklets are able to touch on all strands of math each week so that even if we don't get the chance to complete a whole unit on a certain topic, we've at least had a taste of it each week. Please have your child try their best to complete their Daily Math for each day, and use the "cheat sheets" provided for each day as needed. If you misplace the cheat sheets you can find them at the bottom of this page. You can find copies of the current week's Daily Math pages for each grade on the weekly page.
Monday - Patterning & Algebra Tuesday - Number Sense Wednesday - Geometry & Spatial Sense Thursday - Measurement Friday - Data Management & Brain Stretch
Math Task/Worksheet: Each day will consist of some kind of math task to practice skills. At school we will do these together and learn new concepts. At home your child will have a chance to practice these skills or other foundational skills. Sometimes it will be a task that is a assigned, and sometimes it will be a worksheet.Your child should try their best to complete this on their own with your support as necessary.
Math Challenge for the Week: Each week I will post an online fun math challenge that practices different kinds of skills. We may get a chance to do these together during our Friday virtual meetings, but if not, please try it during your home learning time.
Math Games: I will send home some game ideas as well as post them on my website. There are also several fun online math games for students to play independently.
Beat the Teacher/Parent Guess My Number Addition/Multiplication War Make 10