• # Math

Here are some ideas to practice math skills:

• Practice breaking numbers to 10 into two parts using any manipulative found at home (cereal, blocks, coins, etc.)
• Example: Give your child 8 blocks and ask them to break it into 2 parts. They can move the blocks to show parts of 4 and 4, 2 and 6, 3 and 5, 1 and 7. Continue with other whole numbers to 10.
• Have your child write a number bond and number sentence to match ____+____=____  (part + part = whole) • Practice solving addition and subtraction problems to 10 using objects or a drawing to solve. . • Practice counting to 20.

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In kindergarten, we use objects or drawings to represent addition and subtraction problems. Below, you will find ideas of how to practice addition and subtraction with engaging, hands-on activities. Also, there are some practice word problems that you can read to your child. Have them draw a picture, fill in a number bond, and write a number sentence to match the story. You can find additional practice for this standard in the Kindergarten Math Home Learning Packet. See problem sets for lessons 13-24 and 32-38.  