**Independent**

**Online Games (Websites & Apps):**

**Apps:**

**Math BINGO for kids**
**Butterfly Math Addition**
**Math Duel** – Challenge a family member or friend! Change the settings to be problems up to 20.
**Hungry Fish**
**Top-It Addition**

**Videos**:

**Games & Activities**:

Use dice or cards to make Fact Families: pull two cards or roll two dice, add them together to write two addition equations, then use the three numbers to write two subtraction equations

- Practice skip counting by 10s, 5s and 2s (Play count and catch! Throw or roll a ball back and forth as you count.)
- Practice your doubles to 20
- Play Start with Get to

**Projects**:

Make a story problem book where a character goes on different adventures! Make your own math story problems. Then solve the problem using a strategy (# line, picture, equation, # bond)

**Worksheets**:

Common Core Sheets

**Family**

**Games & Activities:**

- Teach a family member how to play Double Compare with a deck of cards. (Each partner flips two cards and adds them together. Then, partners compare who got the larger sum.)
- Teach a family member how to play How Many Am I Hiding? (Take 5-10 objects – counters, cubes, pennies. Show how many objects you are starting with and then secretly take away some of them and hide them. Ask, “How many am I hiding?”
**Teach a family member how to play Roll and Record Addition or Subtraction. (Roll 2 dice or flip 2 cards. Add the two numbers together and record the equations that made each sum). **

**Projects**:

- Write a set of story problems about a topic (e.g., grocery shopping, toys in my room, clothes in the closet)
- At the grocery store, practice adding 2 whole numbers together by adding the price of 2 items. Or, practice subtraction by subtracting coupons from the total price.

**Extension**

- Teach a family member how to play Triple Compare with a deck of cards. (Each partner flips three cards and adds them together. Then, partners compare who got the larger sum.)
- Teach a family member how to play How Many Am I Hiding? (Take 10-20 objects or more – counters, cubes, pennies. Show how many objects you are starting with and then secretly take away some of them and hide them. Ask, “How many am I hiding?”

**Adapted Mind: **Select 1st grade and click on the Number Sense, Addition, and Subtraction buttons

**Ask your teacher any of the following projects:**

- How Many Feet?
- Doubles, Doubles Everywhere
- Be a Number Detective

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