MATH ACTIVITIES INVOLVING MOVEMENT
Basic operation – addition
Sides and edges of shapes
Practice double-digit addition by calculating the sum of the numbers from a roll of 2 dice and then jumping to the number marking that sum on a hopscotch board.
Practice identifying the sides and edges of geometric shapes.
With the help of a memory game, pupils choose analogue and digital times to assess how well they can identify the matching pairs.
Learn about what a Venn diagram is by placing different ‘animals’ inside the two circles on the floor.
Place value calculations
Types of lines
Multiplication and division
Pick a label with a calculation, complete the calculation in your head and give the result to the teacher for validation.
Learn about the parts of a whole by seeing if your class can identify the different movements you and your classmates do while performing as a group.
Practice different types of lines with the help of real-life items.
You’ll be playing as a magician using a spinning wheel and
cards to make two-digit numbers.
Polyhedra and polygons
Units of measurement
Practice and improve your orientation skills as you move on the floorboard with your classmates following movement commands.
Manipulate the string, your bodies and the cardboard shapes to replicate the proposed geometric figures in different ways.
Pick a label containing a number, read the number in your head and write it in letters in the space provided on the plastic sheet with your slate marker.
Learn the concept of the length of objects using only parts of your body.