Math activities book Grade 1- 3 B. Shindume 218205245

Table of contents Topics pages Introduction ………………………………………………… 1 Number concept development ……………………………….2 Problem solving………………………………………………5 Computation ………………………………………………….8 Measurement………………………………………………….11 Money…………………………………………………………14 Geometry……………………………………………………..17 Data handling …………………………………………………20 Conclusion…………………………………………………….23

Introduction As educators, we feel blessed to have young ones to educate and hold teaching as a professional career. We are more concerned to educate a Namibian child to a level of extend, this is everyone goal in teaching career. My team and I come up with an idea to strengthen and empower learners’ knowledge in mathematic pre and lower primary education. This book contains many activities of different topics with the guide of pre and lower primary syllables (NIED). An use of this book against the interest of learning is something that is well looked and monitored. We wish everyone the best. Go ahead and enjoy. 1

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: NCD (number concept development) FOCUS: counting Count the family members and match them with correct numbers with drawing lines See example: 2

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + culture and traditions SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 2 SUBJ.TOPIC: NCD (number concept development) FOCUS: counting (in groups) Find and write down the missing numbers by counting 2’s, 3’s, 4’s and 5’s. 3

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 3 SUBJ.TOPIC: NCD (number concept development) FOCUS: place values Find the value of red numbers. The first one has been done already. number Value in words Value in numbers Places values 516 six 6 ones 101 633 987 542 218 369 310 618 220 4

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: Problem solving FOCUS: number sentences Fill in the correct missing numbers 1. 5 +? = 8 2. 20 - ? = 14 3? + 4 = 8 4. 8 + 5 =? 5. 12 - ? = 5 5

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + culture and traditions SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 2 SUBJ.TOPIC: Problem solving FOCUS: word problems and number sentences Find the number sentence that matches word problem. Circle the correct number sennce 1. Max had 3 toy cars. He added 2 more cars . How many cars does Max have now? 3+2=5 3-2 =1 3+2=1 2. Sue had 9 fries. She ate 2 fries. How many flies are left ? 9 – 2 = 11 9–2=7 9 + 2 = 11 3. Joy had 8 books. She got 7 more books. How many books does Joy have now? 8+7=1 8 + 7 = 15 8- 7 = 1 Tom ran 12 miles. Pat ran 5 miles. How many more miles did Tom run than Pat? 12 + 7 = 7 12-5 = 17 12- 5 = 7 6

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + culture and traditions SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 3 SUBJ.TOPIC: Problem solving FOCUS: word problems and number sentences Read the word problems and work out on them. Enjoy Work out There are 4 fishes 3 swam away. How many left ? I had 6 apples and I ate 2. How may apples do I left with ? Betta has 5 dollars and Jonas has 2 dollars. How many more does Betta have ? Captain had 7 bananas. He gives away 3. What is 7 minus 3 ? A book cost 10 dollars. I only have 7 dollars. How many more do I need ? 7

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: Computation FOCUS: addition Count the objects, add them together and write their amount in the columns. 8

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + summer SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 2 SUBJ.TOPIC: Computation FOCUS: addition and subtraction Find the sum and difference See examples Addition: 7 + 7 = 14 Subtraction: 9 - 8=1 oooooo + ooooooo ooooooooo 1. 8 + 8 = 2. 5 + 4 = 3. 11 + 9 = 4. 5 + 3 + 1 = 5. 10 + 10 = 6. 15 – 7 = 7. 7 - 6 = 8. 10 – 10 = 9. 12 – 11 = 10. 6 – 0 = 9

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + summer SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 3 SUBJ.TOPIC: Computation FOCUS: subtraction Subtract using the following method as an example. 88 77 11 1. 88 – 77 = 11 2. 77 – 50 = 3. 61 – 30 = 4. 53 – 42 = 5. 45 – 4 = 6. 63 – 33 = 10

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: measurement FOCUS: time (days of the week) Write days of the week correctly in the table by corresponding their numbers. Number of days Days of the week 1 Monday 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sunday 11

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE:2 SUBJ.TOPIC: measurement FOCUS: time (months of the year) Arrange these months of the year in order by filling them in the below table. 1 2 3 March 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 October 11 12 12

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + summer SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 3 SUBJ.TOPIC: measurement FOCUS: length 13

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: money FOCUS: coins Give name to the following Namibian coins. 14

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 2 SUBJ.TOPIC: money FOCUS: coins Determine the value of the coins by adding them together 15

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: money FOCUS: notes Write the names of the notes in words 1. 2. . ……. 3. . …. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 16

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: Geometry FOCUS: shapes Match the following shapes with their correct names See an example 17

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 2 SUBJ.TOPIC: Geometry FOCUS: shapes Name the following shapes 1. 2. 3. 4. 18

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + family SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 3 SUBJ.TOPIC: Geometry FOCUS: shapes Circle the 3-D shapes below 19

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 1 SUBJ.TOPIC: Data handling FOCUS: data recording Count the objects in the table below and record the numbers in table down the page. Tomato Capsicum Carrot Mushroom Potato 20

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 2 SUBJ.TOPIC: data handling FOCUS: pictograph Study the pictograph below and answer the questions that follow 1. How many red and black cars are together? 2. How many orange cars than blue cars are there? 3. How many oranges cars are there? 4. How many green and orange cars are there together? 21

THEME + Sub-Topic: Social environment + Traditional and modern houses SUBJECT: mathematics GRADE: 3 SUBJ.TOPIC: Data handling FOCUS: pictograph Look at this beautiful pictograph and answer the questions Name Marks obtained Key : each star represents 10 marks Answer the following questions ………………………………………… 1. How many did marks did Ali get? …………………………………………. 2. Who got 100 out of 100? ………………………………………….. 3. Who got 10 less than 100 marks? ………………………………………….. 4. Name the learner who got 60 marks. ……………………………………………. 5. Who scored the less marks in the test? ………………………………………….. 22

Conclusion In a humble way, I thank Mrs. Thomas for her commitment to reinforce my teaching knowledge to come up with this book. Any use of this book against the interest of learning is something that is well looked and monitored. For comments Contact my online page : [email protected] thank you 23

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