Here are some more challenges for you to try. The more red dots, the harder the challenge.
- Read the book What Comes in 2's, 3's, and 4's? by Suzanne Aker. The book discusses objects that come in sets of 2's, 3's, and 4's (e.g., 2 eyes on a face, 4 wheels on a car, etc.). After reading the book, look for objects in your classroom that come in 2's, 3's, and 4's. Make a list of the objects you find.
- Roll a die. Draw that number of large circles on a piece of paper (circles should be large enough to draw inside). Roll the die again. This time, draw that number of stars inside each circle. How many stars are there all together?
- Using manipulatives, drawings, etc., solve the problem below:
If there are 5 horses in a field, then:
How many legs are there all together?
How many eyes?
How many ears?
How many tails?
If each horse has 3 brown spots, how many spots all together?