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January Winter Wonderland Project

January Winter Wonderland Project

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  • Math Concepts: Counting Objects, Counting Down, Sorting & Grouping, Number Sentences
  • Count all of the penguins and then click on the white box to enter the number.
  • Move the penguins that are alike in some way into groups – at least 2 groups but you can have more. Then write the number sentence that goes with your groups. Remember to add “penguins” to the end of your number sentence.
  • Move the penguins that are alike in some way into groups – at least 2 groups but you can have more. The groups on this slide need to be different than the groups on slide #2. Then write the number sentence that goes with your groups. Remember to add “penguins” to the end of your number sentence.
  • Click and drag on the penguins head to move the penguin and their number.
  • Look at the pattern on the left-hand side and then find which color you should use in the chart. Click on the black border of the item you want to color – this will put a box around the item. Click on the little arrow to the right of the fill bucket and choose the correct color.

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  • 1. My Penguin Math Book By: Madison D.
  • 2. How many penguins do you see? Count them & type the number in the box I see penguins. 20
  • 3. Group and add similar penguins, then type a number sentence! 7+3=10 penguins
  • 4. Group the penguins in a different way, then type another number sentence! 6+4=10 penguins
  • 5. Put the penguins in order by their number from LARGEST number to smallest number. 1 2 9 8 7 6 5 4 10 3
  • 6. Color By Number 4 1 5 5 5 2 3 3 1 4
    • Click on the black border of the item you want to color and then click on the fill bucket and choose the color.
    • Blue
    • Orange
    • Black
    • Green
    • Red