Unit/Module 1  Play the license plate game with numbers as you walk through your neighborhood.
 Have them look for a 1 on a license plate. Then find a 2, then a 3, and so on.
 Write your name and a family member’s name. How many letters are in your name?
 How many are in your family member’s name? Which name has more?
 Look through a store ad. Cut out numbers 020. Put the numbers in order from least
to greatest.  Grab a handful of an item, cereal, beans, etc. Estimate how many pieces you grabbed.
Now count them. Was your estimate close?  Estimate how many spoonful it take to finish a bowl of cereal. Count each spoonful as
you eat.  Walk around your home. Count how items are plugged into the wall.
 Show the number 5 in as many ways as you can. Use pictures and numbers.
 Unit/ Module 2  Look around your home for solid shapes. Name at least 3 solid shapes.
 Look around your home for flat shapes. Draw at least three of the shapes.
 Look around your home for circles. Count them and record how many you found.
 Explore Position words. Use toys to model before, after, above, below, and beside. Describe using attributes. Ex. The blue car is behind the red car.
 Sort a bag of skittles or other candy by color. Count each color. What color has the most? What color has the least?
 Get three different cups. Put them in order from shortest to tallest.
 Sort the mail by name. Who has the least amount of mail? Who has the most amount of mail?
 Find 3 objects in the home that are longer than your shoe.

Unit/ Module 3  Trace your foot with chalk outside. Trace a friend’s or family member’s foot too. Which foot is longer?
 Sort a bag of skittles or other candy by color. Count each color. What color has the most? What color has the least?
 Get three different cups. Put them in order from shortest to tallest.
 Sort the mail by name. Who has the least amount of mail? Who has the most amount of mail?
 Find 3 objects in the home that are longer than your shoe.
 Unit/ Module 4  Use cereal pieces to solve the following problem: Mason has 10 pieces of cereal. He eats 4 pieces. How many pieces are left
 How old are you now? Subtract one from that number and record it. Add 3 to that number and record it.
 Count backwards from 100. Skip count to 100 by 10s. Which took longer? Write your answer.
 Go outside and find two clovers. Write an equation to show how many leaves are on both clovers.
 Use some fruit to solve the following problem: Ken has 5 bananas in a bunch. He eats some. There are 3 left. How many bananas did he eat?
 Ben had 4 chairs at his kitchen table in the morning. After school there was only 1 chair at the kitchen table. How many chairs are missing?
