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phoebe valdez

on 27 April 2010

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challenging activities for mathematically
gifted children numbers children should understand and use the language of number
match a number
to the name
orally and
symbolically challenge the language of number by using one more than, one less than, higher than, lower than, greater than, smaller tha give opportunities to count on and count back from any number introduce numbers
in vertical or horizontal
position begin to develop the concept of tens and units encourage to estimate challenge them by offering opportunities in engaging
in real-life mental mathematics
e.g. we are 23 in class, 4 are
staying in class; how many are
going home? activities that involve
adding or taking away something
e.g. I have 4 rings and 10 people.
I want three people to stand in
each ring. Do i have enough
people? If not, how many more
do I need? activities that involve
adding or taking away something
to other mathematical concepts
such as money shapes
patterns give complex jigsaws
and puzzles use of Roamer and Floor Turtles can offer opportunity to explore and experiment with shape, position and movement children can specify properties of shapes, play with shapes, explore the
faces of the shape, look for 2D and 3D shapes in the world, make tiling patterns foster love of patterns and sequences e.g. the seasons, daily patterns, patterns in nature, musical pattern information
handling let the children explore, examine and explain relationships through sorting real-life examples e.g. identify characteristics of living things, identify characteristics of items let the learners make use of a simple graph to explore how they interpret data money and
measure equivalent values of coins can challenge a child e.g. how many ways can you find of making 10 pesos? exploring other currencies will allow the child to know the names of the different coins, relate coins to countries, compare the images on the coins, compare the thickness of the coins understanding of measurement such volume, length, height, capacity, time and mass will develop at different rates but each is closeley related to real-life experiences engage children in comparative measurement, play games involving distance, find out how why people measure, use a timer when playing on the computer
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