Moon Rocks Math – with Facts Cards
I wrote my own fact cards, 1+1, 2+2, 3+3, 4+4 & 5+5 onto index cards. Then using this sheet (which I made and you can use to for FREE), he would draw a card, and place the number of moon rocks on each moon, right the numbers and the sum.
I cut out lots of shapes, a variety of rectangles, a few triangles, a square, a hexagon and a trapezoid. We talked about the shapes, their names, how many sides and angles. We sorted the shapes, rectangles v/s non-rectangles. Then he built rocket ships from them and mimicked his designs on the geoboard.