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Math : Seasons > Fall

Measuring with Cornmeal added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Pour yellow cornmeal into a plastic dishpan and provide a set of measuring cups. Let the children take turns experimenting with measuring. They will soon discover that it takes four quarter-cups or two half-cups to fill the one cup container.


Weighing Acorns & Pine Cones added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

A scale, acorns and pine cones can be added to the science center.


Leaf Math added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Out of construction paper or tagboard, prepare pairs of various shaped leaves. The children can match the identical leaves.


Leaf Match added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Use a glue stick to glue leaves plucked from 4-6 different trees on to a poster board. Cover with clear contact paper. Sandwich leaves of the same size and variety between two pieces of clear contact paper. Trim around each leaves leaving a " sealed edge. Set the board and leaves on a tray. The children match the leaves.


Nut Sorting
added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Set out a large basket of unshelled nuts (several varieties). The children sort the nuts into smaller baskets according to their kind. Afterwards count how many nuts there are of each kind.


Leaf Math added 11-9-98 Submitted by: Barbara Scanlon

I take laminated colored paper in red, orange, yellow, green and brown. I cut out leaf shapes in two different sizes. These are put in the sorting tray. The children can sort by color and size. Then I also cut out a larger leaf shape. The children then use these
leaves to count with. Later on I use a "sharpie" to add numerals to the leaves. Then the older pre-K students put these in order. As a class project I pass out the leaves with the numbers on them, then the children put themselves into order. This is great fun and they learn from each other.


 



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