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Kindergarten 

 

          

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Eureka Math Module 1 Tips for Parents

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Module 1

Model with a 10 Frame

A Parent's Guide to Rekenrek

How to Make a Rekenrek

Zero the Hero

Magic Math Fingers   

                             

Module 2          

Shape Hunt   

Describing with Relative Positions      

Module 3     

More, Fewer, Same   

Module 4

Number Partners to 10

Number Bonds

Use Number Bonds to Show Subtraction

 

 Module 5

 Counting On

 Hide Zero Cards

 

 

 

 

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 ______________________Activities for Home_________________

 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 0-20. 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?