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In this activity we use the familiar structure of cards, but we have moved the emphasis to number sense and the understanding of multiplication without any time constraints.
We had originally designed this activity for the younger members of the family, but we know counting on fingers is for everyone (you can read more about it here!), so we have some questions that can make this task interesting for anyone.
This activity encourages students of all ages to take a deeper look at a familiar view: right outside their window.
Students draw an 11×13 grid and try to find the fewest number of squares they can use to cover it without overlap or extending outside the grid.
This problem asks how many ways can a bunny called Leo can hop up 10 steps but, perhaps surprisingly, there is much to explore in this question!
You can take a stroll through your neighborhood or a park (maintaining social distance!) and pick up leaves along the way, then sort and count them while you’re out or back at home.