Course Description: Students will learn to count to 100 and will be introduced to addition and subtraction using manipulatives and worksheets where they will count on and off to add and subtract. They will also be introduced to Roman numerals, the calendar, patterns, and puzzles.
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 Lesson 112 ten clothespins
Lesson 1
Welcome to your first day of school! I wanted to give you one important reminder before you begin. Many of your lessons below have an internet link for you to click on. When you go to the different internet pages for your lessons, please DO NOT click on anything else on that page except what the directions tell you to. DO NOT click on any advertisements or games. DO NOT click on anything that takes you to a different website. Just stay focused on your lesson and then close that window and you should be right back here for the next lesson. Okay?
 Practice your colors, matching, and mouse skills by popping the balloons. Match the color of the balloon to the color of the word at the top as best as you can.
 Play with shapes. Click on a shape. Click on a color. Then you can move it around.
 You are on lesson 1, count to one. (Click Count Down to make it zero. Then let your child click on Count Up and say “one.”)
 At the top of the course page are links to either print or buy as a workbook the worksheets for this course. You can also just print them as they come up in the course.
Lesson 2
 Mix the colors.
 Count to 10 with this video.
 You are on lesson 2, count to two. Read the numbers out loud!
Lesson 3
 Play counting to 10.
 This activity is on ABCya. It is free access on laptop/desktop. Mobile devices will ask you for a subscription account. Use a computer or try setting your browser to Desktop to bypass that. Directions here.
 You are on lesson 3, count to three. Read the numbers out loud!
 Mix the colors.
Lesson 4
Lesson 5
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Watch the count to ten video.
 Give the bear cupcakes. Choose the top choice, Numbers up to Five.
Lesson 6
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Watch a counting video. Count along.
 *Color in the number 0 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 0.
 (Note that an asterisk * indicates that there is a worksheet for this lesson.)
Lesson 7
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Listen to a counting rhyme.
Lesson 8
Lesson 9
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Do this number 1 puzzle. How many pigs are in the puzzle? A hint is to look for flat sides and move them to the sides, top, and bottom. Those are edge pieces. You can click on Preview at the top if you want help.
 Watch a counting video. Say the numbers when you see them.
Lesson 10
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Count to 10. You can choose Bronze (top choice). The others go faster.
Lesson 11
Lesson 12
Lesson 13
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Find the numbers and number words.
Lesson 14
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Do a jigsaw puzzle. You can click on the Preview button at the top to see the image.
 Count the flowers.
Lesson 15
Lesson 16
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Make this counting book. Cut on all of the thick black lines and staple the book together using the white margin. (If you have the KinderMath workbook, it’s in the back.)
 Count the animals on each page. Touch each animal and count one number for each animal. After you have counted the animals, you can color in your book and write your name on the front.
Lesson 17
Lesson 18
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Match the shapes.
 Listen to a color story.
Lesson 19
Lesson 20
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Count along as you collect the carrots.
Lesson 21
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Color in the number 3 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 3.
 Put the flowers in order. Do each level.
Lesson 22
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Color in the number 4 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 4.
 Choose Level 1. Can you see what goes next? It’s a pattern. The same shape and/or color goes in a row over and over.
Lesson 23
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Color in the number 5 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 5.
 Make music. Click on different boxes and then click on the triangle play button. You can also make it play faster and slower.
Lesson 24
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. If you are having trouble, you can click on Preview at the top to see the image.
 How many characters do you see? (answer: 7)
Lesson 25
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Color in the number 6 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 6.
 Find numbers. Choose Direct 10 – 30.
Lesson 26
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Color in the number 7 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 7.
 Give the bear cupcakes. Choose Numbers Up to 15.
Lesson 27
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Watch this counting video.
 *Color in the number 8 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 8.
Lesson 28
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 *Color in the number 9 on your worksheet page or print out this one, number 9.
 Sort the colors and follow the directions. You can stop after you make your own fuzz bug. This activity is on ABCya. It is free access on laptop/desktop. Mobile devices will ask you for a subscription account.
Lesson 29
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. You can click on the Preview button to see what the picture is supposed to look like.
 How many animals are in the picture? Count two butterflies. (answer: 5)
Lesson 30
Lesson 31
 Count the barrels.
 Count with Teddy up to 15.
Lesson 32
 Watch this video and count to 20.
 This takes a long time to load, but you can create nature art.
Lesson 33
 Watch this counting video.
 Play a matching game.
Lesson 34
 Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. If you are having trouble, you can click on Preview.
 How many teddy bears are in the picture? (answer: 1)
 Play Monkey Jump. You can use a webcam for this if you have one, but it’s not necessary.
Lesson 35
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Click the numbers in order. Click on the numbers in order from 1 to 20.
Lesson 36
 Watch the counting videos.
 Make music. Click and drag the trees up and down to change their notes.
Lesson 37
 Play shape shadows.
 Connect the dots to 20. (Turn off your ad blocker.)

 If you are using a mobile device, this activity will send you to their paid app. Set your browser to Desktop to bypass that. Directions here.

Lesson 38
 Watch this counting video.
 Pop the balloons. Count to 20.
Lesson 39
 Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. If you are having trouble, click on Preview at the top of the page. It will show you the picture.
 How many eyes are in the picture? (answer: 4)
 Watch the animal sounds video.
Lesson 40
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Click on the numbers in order starting with number 1.
Lesson 42
Lesson 43
 Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. If you are having trouble, you can click on Preview at the top to have it show the picture.
 How many piglets are in the picture? (answer: 4)
Lesson 44
 *Print out the number cards and cut out the 110 number cards. (Hold onto the Roman numerals and numbers to 20.) Lay them out face down and try and find the matches. Match the digits to the words and to the counting dots. If you have the KinderMath workbook, these are in the back.
 I suggest saving these cards if you can: a plastic page protector, a manila envelope, etc. Just label it so you know what it is!
Lesson 45
Lesson 46
 Watch this counting video.
 Play this bubble counting game. Click on 15 and Count the Bubbles.
 Count 20 pieces of silverware (spoons, forks and knives). Put them in a pile. Have a parent or older sibling check and see if you are right.
Lesson 47
 Can you make matches?
 Count 20 blocks of some sort (or whatever else you have around). Put them in a row. Have a parent or older sibling check to see if you are right.
Lesson 48
 Color in the numbers 1 – 30. Click on Play Game or on the game picture. Just color in the numbers. Can you read them? Twentyone, twentytwo, twentythree, twentyfour, twentyfive, twentysix, twentyseven, twentyeight, twentynine, thirty
 Listen to the instruments.
Lesson 49
 Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. Click on Preview at the top if you want to see what the final picture looks like.
 How many smiling toys are there? (answer: 3)
 Listen to a counting song.
Lesson 50
Lesson 51
 Count by 10’s. Choose 10’s. Pop the bubble above the correct treasure chest so that they count to 100 by 10’s.
 This activity is on ABCya. It is free access on laptop/desktop. Mobile devices will ask you for a subscription account. You can switch your mobile device to desktop mode.
 Find your way through the maze. You need to get the pick box onto the gray box by clicking the arrows.
Lesson 52
 Watch this video on counting to 100 by 10’s.
 Prepare a healthy meal by filling your plate with food from every food group. You need to click continue a bunch of times (don’t need to read it all) and fill in the plate puzzle.
Lesson 53
 Watch this video on counting to 100.
 Make music.
Lesson 54
 Count the bubbles. This time try 20 with Counting.
 Watch this video on counting to 50.
Lesson 55
 Count the candy. Click on random.
 Watch this video on counting to 50.
Lesson 56
 Do this senses game. This activity is on ABCya. It is free access on laptop/desktop. Mobile devices will ask you for a subscription account.
 Watch this counting to 100 video. (Don’t worry about the HUGE numbers at the end. They are so big!)
Lesson 57
 Sing and count.
 Watch the color song.
Lesson 58*
 Watch this counting to 100 video. (Can you count along?)
 *Can you find your way?
Lesson 59
 Play this counting game.
 Can you count backwards from ten? Color from ten to one and then count it down without help. Try from a bigger number if you like!
Lesson 60
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Play this counting game.
Lesson 61
 Play this number game. Choose “Find any number”.
 Draw shapes.
 Draw one heart or star.
 Draw two triangles.
 Draw three circles.
 Draw four rectangles.
 Draw five ovals.
 Draw six diamonds.
 Draw seven lines.
 Draw eight…anything you want!
 If you are out and about and don’t have paper. Here’s an online activity. You can choose what shapes to make and how many of each.
Lesson 62
 Play this counting game.
 Watch this video on counting to 50.
 Find a number in between. Choose InBetween and choose 3060.
 Make music.
 Play this counting game. Choose 0 – 50. Use the steering wheel to drive the car into the right number. Click on the cars to see their number. This is tricky, but give it a try.
 Try this counting activity. This one is harder!
 Can you do a jigsaw puzzle? You can click on the Preview button at the top to see what it looks like.
 Watch the lots of shapes video.
 Click on the numbers in order from 1 to 20.
 Can you count backwards from 20. Put them in order from 20 to 1.
 How high can you count?
 Watch a days of the week video.
 Do you have a calendar hanging in your house? If you do, ask someone to show you what today is. Then ask for help writing today’s date on this calendar.
 Now you can listen to a months of the year song.
 Write today’s date on the calendar. (Every day they will do a calendar activity. If you would rather do it offline, you can use this.)
 Watch a months of the year video.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Put the numbers in order. Always click on the lowest number. Which is it?
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play this counting game. Count from 50 to 100.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this video on the days of the week.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this video on the months of the year.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this colors video.
 Watch this video on counting to 50.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play this counting game and count up to 50.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this video on counting to 50.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Take a counting adventure. Choose count by 2’s.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Find the numbers and shoot off the fireworks. Choose 1100.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Count to 100.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play this number sequence game. Where do the numbers go? Choose number 2.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Can you put the numbers in their order? Choose Challenge and 1 – 100.
 Read the next page (28 three again) in your phonics lessons.
 Write the word four.
 Write a line of the number four.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Find 22, 67, 99 and 10 and color them in by clicking on them.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this counting video.
 Read the next page (30 c, k) in your phonics lessons.
 Write the word six.
 Write a line of the number six.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Connect the dots to 100.
 What is your lesson number today? Count to the number. Read the numbers out loud as you click Count Up and see each one.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Find the numbers. Choose “Find any number.”
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play level 2.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Fill in the missing numbers. Choose level 2.
Lesson 93
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play a counting race. You don’t count the space you are on. You count on. Count how many spaces you need to move to land on a yellow space. Click on that number to move to it. It does not have to be the next yellow space; you can count farther along if there is another yellow close enough.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Cut out your 1120 number cards and find the matches. (You should have this already printed out. Hold onto the Roman numeral cards.)
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Put two coins in your hand (if you really can’t find 2 coins, you can use something else.) Now go and ask your mom (or someone else) to give you zero more coins. How many coins do you have in your hand now?
 You just learned that 2 plus 0 more is still 2. We say 2 plus 0 equals 2 You can write it like this 2 + 0 = 2.
 Do it again, but this time put 5 coins in your hand. How many coins do you have in your hand after you ask for 0 (zero) more?
 You just learned that 5 plus 0 more is still 5. We say 5 plus 0 equals 5. You can write it like this 5 + 0 = 5.
 Practicing adding 0 online. You are allowed to do 10 problems.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Gather 10 Legos (or blocks or pennies or something — 10 of the same kind of thing)
 step 2: Count out 3 Legos and connect them (or stack together whatever you collected).
 step 3: Add on one more. To do that connect one more Lego (or add one more thing) to your stack.
 step 4: Count how many are in your stack now.
 You just learned that 3 plus 1 more is 4. We say 3 plus 1 equals 4. We write 3 + 1 = 4 .
 Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4, but count out 4 Legos.
 You just learned that 4 plus 1 more is 5. We say 4 plus 1 equals 5. We write 4 + 1 = 5 .
 Try again but count out 5 blocks this time.
 Keep experimenting.
 *On your worksheet write the equations.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Get 11 pieces of scrap paper. Computer paper used on one side would be perfect. Write a big number on each piece of paper from 0 to 10.
 Lay the papers out in order. This is a number line.
 Stand on zero. Add one. Stand on the answer. Say, “Zero plus 1 equals 1.” Now add one again. Stand on the answer. Say, “1 + 1 = 2” Keep doing the same until you get to ten.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 What does 0 + 3 equal? 0 + 3 = 3
 What does 3 + 0 equal? 3 + 0 = 3
 So, does 0 + 3 equal 3 + 0?
 That’s what this memory game practices.
 Read the next page (41 y groups) in your phonics lessons.
 Write a line of the number seventeen.
 Write the word seventeen.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 It is the 100th Day of School! Count to 100. Click on the last choice.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this video on the days of the week.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this video on the months of the year.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 What does 0 + 3 equal? 0 + 3 = 3
 What does 1 + 2 equal? 1 + 2 = 3
 So, does 0 + 3 equal 1 + 2?
 That’s what this memory game practices.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 What does 0 + 5 equal? 0 + 5 = 5
 What does 4 + 1 equal? 4 + 1 = 5
 So, does 0 + 5 equal 4 + 1?
 That’s what this memory game practices. This is like Lesson 103’s activity.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Practice adding 1 online
Lesson 106
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Time to get out coins or blocks again.
 Make a pile with two in it.
 Make a pile with three.
 Put the piles together. How many are in the big pile?
 2 + 3 = 5
 *Write that on the Lesson 97 math worksheet or on your handwriting worksheet for today.
 Do it again with piles of 4 and 2. Write 4 + 2 =6 on your worksheet.
 Make other piles and combine them. Experiment.
Lesson 107
Lesson 110
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play number bingo. Choose All 1100 and 5 x 5 (biggest one).
 This activity is on ABCya. It is free access on laptop/desktop. Mobile devices will ask you for a subscription account. You can switch your mobile device to desktop mode.
Lesson 111
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Print out the counting lapbook.
 Today do the clothespin counters. Print out the page of dots and the page of numbers on the back. Use clothespins to clip to each dot. Have your child count how many clothespins he’ll need. You should print out the envelope to hold the cards when you are done. You can attach the envelope to a lapbook and slip the dot cards inside.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Today do the ice cream piece.
 Cut out the cone and scoops and stack them up!
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Today do the bats piece.
 The bottom bats under 15 and 20 get glued to the lapbook.
 The top bats are the front of the piece.
 You will “fan” fold it. Fold it along the edge of both bat pictures, but in opposite directions like you are folding a paper fan. Between the 15 and 20 and the bottom bats, fold the paper down so that the picture and words are on the inside. Between the 5 and 10 and the top bats, fold the paper so that the picture is on the outside.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Today do the counting by 10’s minibook.
 Read the next page (57 e) in your phonics lessons.
 Write one sentence from the phonics lesson.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Today do the counting backwards piece. You can use it to practice counting forward and backwards.
 Watch a counting backwards video.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Today do the twenties piece.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Today do the nineties piece. Glue the back of 100 to the lapbook. You are done! Show it to lots of people and show them all the pieces.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Mail a letter.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Draw a math problem. Click on the circle. Click on it again. Click and drag the top circle somewhere. Do that a few times. Now click on a color. Make a few colorful circles. Name your equation. Did you make 3 + 3 = 6? What did you make?
 *There is space to write two equations on your Lesson 97 math worksheet or on this lesson’s handwriting worksheet. You can look at Lesson 106 if you need help remembering how to write an equation.
Lesson 126
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play this shape game.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Make a shape craft. You can draw or cut out shapes. You are going to build a snowman. What shapes should you start with? Circles! Use rectangle arms. You can make buttons, a hat, what else? Make each a shape!
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Now we’re going to go the other way.
 Get out 5 blocks or coins or something, all the same. I’m going to use blocks.
 You have 5 blocks. Lay them down. Pick up one in your hand. How many are laying there now? 4, of course!
 There are 4 down and 1 in your hand. 4 + 1 = 5. You knew that. Now we are seeing that five take away one is four. In math we say: five minus one equals four or 5 – 1 = 4
 This is called subtraction.
 Write that big word on the top of a piece of paper and write underneath it 5 – 1 = 4
 Now play with your blocks. If you take away 2, how many are left? If you take away 5, how many are left?
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Get out ten blocks (or whatever).
 Lay five blocks out together.
 Add on one block. 5 + 1 = 6 Say it out loud, “Five plus one equals six.”
 Add another block. 6 + 1 = 7 Each time say the math problem out loud.
 Add another block. 7 + 1 = 8
 Add another block. 8 + 1 = 9
 Add another block. 9 + 1 = 10
 Now take away a block. 10 – 1 = 9 Say it out loud, “Ten minus one equals nine.”
 Take away another block. 9 – 1 = 8 Continue to say each problem out loud.
 Continue until you have no blocks.
 Pop the balloons to count backwards. You are subtracting one each time.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 If you had 100 blocks, and I took all 100 away, how many blocks would you have? (answer: zero)
 If you had 1 million blocks, and I took away 1 million blocks, how many blocks would you have? (answer: zero)
 If you had one block, and you gave me one block, how many blocks would you have? (answer: zero)
 If you had five blocks, and you didn’t give me any, how many blocks would you have? (answer: you would still have five blocks)
 If you had nine blocks, and you gave me zero blocks, how many blocks would you have? (answer: nine)
 If you have seven blocks, and I took from you zero blocks, how many blocks would you have? (answer: seven)
 *On your worksheet fill in the answers, or just write the equations and answers on your handwriting page for today. (This is the same worksheet as Language Arts Lesson 131.)
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Play this matching game with zero.
 Play this number matching game.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Try this counting game. You are going to read the RED word. It is going to see MOST or LEAST. If it says MOST, then you click on the box with the most things in it. If it says LEAST, then you click on the box with the fewest things in it. Give it a try. Do your best.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Subtract one to count down. Start at 20.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Can you count down to subtract one and two?
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this months of the year video.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Watch this days of the week video.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Here are worksheets if you’d like to use these pages through Lesson 165.
 Read them backwards, greatest to least.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. (worksheets)
 Read the list backwards, greatest to least.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers.
 Write today’s date on the calendar..
 *Write 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 21, 22, 23, 24, 25. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 31, 32, 33, 34, 35. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 36, 37, 38, 39, 40. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 41, 42, 43, 44, 45. Read the numbers. (worksheets)
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 46, 47, 48, 49, 50. Read the numbers. (worksheets)
 Play subtraction bowling.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 51, 52, 53, 54, 55. Read the numbers. (worksheets)
 Match the numbers to the number words.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 56, 57, 58, 59, 60. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 61, 62, 63, 64, 65. (worksheets)
 Watch this video on animal sounds.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 66, 67, 68,69, 70. Read the numbers. (worksheets)
 Make a pattern to make the chickens dance.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 71, 72, 73, 74 ,75. Read the numbers. (worksheets)
 Count up or down from the frog to the bug. Don’t count the space where the frog is. Jump to the next stone and count 1. Keep counting until you land on the frog. Did you add or subtract to get there? Click on the right button to see if you were right.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 76, 77, 78, 79, 80. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 81, 82, 83, 84, 85. Read the numbers out loud. (worksheets)
 Go fishing.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 86, 87, 88, 89, 90. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 91, 92, 93, 94, 95. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 *Write 96, 97, 98, 99, 100. (worksheets)
 Read the numbers out loud.
 Write today’s date on the calendar.
 Can you memorize your phone number?
 *Count to 100 and fill in the missing numbers.
 Count to subtract.
 Robot subtraction.
 Choose Less Than (yellow button at the top).
 You will count backwards to subtract.
 Choose 2 unless you think you just want to try – 1.
 Write the number name.
 *Complete the worksheet today. Cross off what you are subtracting and taking away.
 Play an algebra game with your child.
 Have your child put their hand flat on a table.
 Place one object at the end of each finger (coin, fish cracker, nut, paper clip, tiny piece of paper, etc.)
 Have your child close their eyes.
 Take away any number of things and hold them in your hand.
 Ask your child how many are in your hand.
 Solve a few mazes.
 *Count to subtract. Use your worksheet for today.
 Count down subtraction. Change the Number of Problems to 15.
 Cut out your Roman numeral cards. (You should have these already printed.) Match numbers 15 with the digit cards.
 The Letter I means one.
 So, II is two.
 III is three.
 V means five.
 IV is one before five, or 4.
 Together with your child look at the cards and find the pattern.
 Use your Roman numeral cards today to match numbers 110.
 X means the number ten.
 Find the patterns. VI means one after five.
 Use your Roman number cards today to match numbers 115.
 If you are struggling with Roman Numerals, here’s a video.
 Remember, this is just a first exposure to them.
 Use your Roman numerals cards to match numbers 120. What do you think 21 would look like?
 Congratulations! You are finished! Way to go! You are ready for level 1!
 A great way to spend your time before you start your next course is to work on your addition and subtraction facts. You’ll find math a lot easier and a lot more fun if you know the answers. Here’s a place to work on those! Xtra Math