# Activity 1 MATH ACTIVITY CARDS homework help

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Activity 1: MATH ACTIVITY CARDS

As part of the requirements of this class you are to:

• You will create 24 different activity cards; which includes two for each 12 mathematical concept studied using the following format:

Activity Card

 One-to-One Correspondence Shoes and Socks PK-1 Objective: The children will learn the concept of One-to-One correspondence using shoes and socks. Materials: Cut-outs of various shoes and socks, three for each student, glue, one sheet of paper for each child. Procedure: Have children choose 1 shoe and glue it on the paper, then choose one sock and glue it next to the shoe. Continue with two more. *Assessment: In the art center using a folder game with dogs and bones, and have the children put 1 bone with 1 dog that is on the folder.* Source: Write where and from whom you got the activity idea. If it is from a book, give the biographical information. If it is from a person, give the name and where he/she works. If you made it up, list yourself as the source. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE ACTIVITY CARD

Directions and Requirements

Â·  *Provide a NEW short, simple, easy (another) activity for student assessment (not the activity that you described above)to see if students learned the math/science concept (not teacher observation, note, observe), and source of the activity.

Â·  The source can be your text, yourself, a lesson you have observed, one from a book of activities or the Internet, and so forth.

Â·  If you use your text, any other book, or the Internet, be sure to use the correct format and not just copy it as shown. Use biographical form for your sources.

Â·  Have at least five different sources for your activities.

The 12 concepts are:

1.  One-to-one correspondence

2.  Number sense and counting

3.  Logic and classification

4.  Comparison

5.  Geometry (Shapes)

6.  Spatial reasoning

7.  Part to whole relationships

8.  Science

9.  Ordering

10.  Measurement (volume, length, weight, temperature)

11.  time and sequence

12.  Data and graphing