By Sandy. Printable Worksheet. At Saturday, September 14th 2019, 07:20:38 AM.
light activities, such as building blocks or playing on the floor. more vigorous activities such as running and jumping. ball activities like kicking, catching and throwing. A fun way to show the relationships of a fact family is to place the numbers in a house. Draw a typical house with a square box topped with a triangle for the attic and roof.
Get active yourself – children learn through example and are 5 times more likely to be active if their parents are. You can also switch the first two numbers, using the commutative property of addition, and still get the same answer.
Talk to your GP before increasing your child’s physical activity if your child has any kind of health condition, disease or disability. Most health conditions are helped by being physically active. Now your child can place the numbers appropriately in the equations and practice moving in their fact families. You can end up creating a whole neighborhood, such as each of the numbers that add up to 10.