Learners will explore and count numbers from 31 to 40.
How many tail feathers does your peacock have?
Learners will design their own number line to better grasp number sense and conduct simple addition functions.
Can you make your own number line?
The learner will use essential household items to set up their own store at home or in school. The learner will choose, sort, label, and price items to sell in their stores.
What would you sell in your store?
Learners will learn how to count between 21 to 30 and design their cat whiskers to grasp the concept of counting (forward & backward) and writing numbers 21 to 30.
Can you draw a cat and count its whiskers?
The learners will make ID cards for themselves, their friends, or their family members to learn about their differences and similarities. Learners will practice their writing and fine motor skills and introduce new vocabulary.
How can ID cards capture similarities, differences, and other personal information about people?
Learners will understand how patterns help us make sense of the very complex world. Learners will visually represent different patterns around them.
How can patterns help us understand the world?
Learners will work on telling an animated story as a starting point to understanding drama by doing a series of exercises that explore stories, characters and settings.
How can we share a story by acting it out?
Learners will develop their own colouring book, thinking through categories, building their vocabulary, illustrating images, and exploring phonics!
Can you make your own colouring book?