Friday, June 7, 2013

Gumdrop Math

Use gumdrops,colored cereal, Skittles, or M & M’s and encourage your child to sort the colors and then graph the results. This math activity is good for one to one correspondence, counting, problem solving, and being able to understand mathematical terms such as “most” and “fewest” by asking them what color has the "most" (gumdrops) or what color has the “fewest” (gumdrops). This particular graph is located in the Amazing Action Alphabet Activities book on page 18. 

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