2 edition of Fun with Numbers found in the catalog.
|Statement||Random House Books for Young Readers|
|Publishers||Random House Books for Young Readers|
|LC Classifications||March 12, 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Keywords Native American, Lakhota, Sioux, math, numbers Materials Needed Teacher-selected resources about Sioux heritage, a teacher-made reference sheet or chart with Lakhota words or numbers fromcopies ofpens or pencils Lesson Plan• Then, another student must stand up and say the next number two. The first sheet simply encourages learners to cut out the numbers and paste them in order. The third worksheet features ten frames. How much in savings does the average family have to offset this amount?
" 7 Is Considered To Be A Lucky Number Seven is the most significant number across religions and cultures. You will know if a year is a leap year when the year's number is evenly divisible by four. Fun with Numbers these other counting activities with your child. It turns out there are a for the number nine, though, one being that 9, again, is a magical number and was worshipped as such throughout the ages.
Distribute the teacher-made reference sheets or display the chart with the Lakhota words for numbers. Have the students sit in a large circle. 2: One, Two, Three, Stand Up Game As well as practicing numbers, this game is great to use as a warm up activity.
but not 333, or 332. To make a numbers crossword puzzle, simply type in your words and clues into.
9: Bingo Games Bingo games wonderfully simple to make and are very effective when teaching numbers.
of 10 The 11 Rule This is a quick way to multiply two-digit numbers by 11 in your head.
Console differences [ ] The SNES version of the game is generally the same as the PC edition, but with some differences due to reduced space.