\ \ Watch the making Energy Bites video with your child.\ \ \ \ Ask her what she noticed and
\ \ How many? You choose what can you count?
\ \ You can also sum the little squares by adding 1+3+5+7+9+11+13 ((yellow)+(blue)+(green)+(orange)+(red)+(dark blue)+(burgundy)). Since visually this forms a square
\ \ The purple squares can be represented by 1+2+3+4+5+6 and can be visually seen by finding half the area
\ \ Do you see any patterns? How many tops? How many jars?
\ \ Re-colour the picture so that both colour equal in area.\ \ Get ready to yell! Play this video
\ \ Answer together all the wondering questions your child has.\ \ Possible Questions to push the talk further:\ \
\ \ You can read more about trying to incorporate math into your puzzle making.\ \
\ \ After you discover how to balance the mobile on the right. Draw your own mobiles so that one
Thinking: Sunday morning #tmwyk. It’s so fun to watch L’s problem-solving & listen to her reasoning. Thanks for today’s “mission”,
\ \ Get a PDF printable version of this for your child to draw on.\’a0
\ \ Ask your child how they estimated?\ \ Visit mrorr-isageek.com to see the answer and a lesson involving proportional
\ \ Today’s prompt is inspired from Desmos. You can keep this conversation going over on their activity “Exploring Length
\ \ Change it up. Re do the questions with saying “more than 20” Thinking: I think I have some
\ \ Visit the Desmos activity at\’a0https://goo.gl/eX2u9r\’a0to play some rounds of Pentomino Puzzles. As always, encourage discussion on how you