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Primary Math Activities

 

Next in Line

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Introduction
   Intro to Algebra

Activity 1
   What's My Attribute?

Activity 2
   What's Next?

Activity 3
   Patterns

Activity 4
   Algebra Ideas

Activity 5
   Next in Line

Standards
   Alignment

Teacher Support
   Extension Ideas

Objective: Students use 100's chart to predict next numeral in line.

Materials: 100's chart, chart paper

Manipulative Activity:

  1. Post 100's chart.
  2. Attach chart paper below the first row of numbers.
  3. Explain to the children or have them describe how or what each row of numerals have in common.
  4. They will note that each column of numbers has the same number as the top number.
  5. For example 1, 11, 21, 31, 41, etc.
  6. Attach chart paper below the first row of numbers. Ask students to tell the next number in the row.
  7. Skip rows as for the number.
  8. Students will be able to see a number pattern. Each two digit number in the row has the same number on the right.
  9. Use chart paper to display one row at a time.

Technology Activity: Students will use the applet, Attribute Blocks, from the National Library of Virtual Mathematics Manipulatives. Depending on the availability of computers for your students, this activity could be done individually, with partners, in groups, or as a class.

Have students go to What Comes Next?

Paper/Pencil Activity: Depending on the level of your students, you can have them complete this activity individually or with assistance. Here is a possibility:

  • Give each children a 100's chart. Have the children color the numbers in the row that have the same number as the top number.

Literature Connections:

One Hundred Hungry Ants
Bonnie MacKain (Illustrator), Elinor J Pinczes (Author), (Houghton Mifflin Co; Reprint edition, September 1999)


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