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# Mathematics In our daily routine

Maths In our daily routine

Maths In our daily routine

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### Mathematics In our daily routine

1. 1. Mathematics In our daily routine.
2. 2. Topics:  Calendar  Cooking  Money  Time  Geometry in our life  Weather  School day count  Conection home-school
3. 3. Calendar It’s so important that childrens relate math to something useful. With the timetable the kid can count the days and amounts. Birthdays are the best motivation for the child
4. 4. Cooking numbers The understanding of numbers, especially fractions and conversions play an important role in cooking. 1 cup flour 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 cup butter 1/3 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup sugar 1 egg 1/2 tsp. vanilla 1 cup chocolate chips When the child completes his recipe should distribute correctly amounts between the number of guests and use their ability to divide.
5. 5. Money The kids must know that they need to give the right amount of money when they buy something; check that they get back the correct change and give the correct change when you sell something. It is important make practical games with the child in order to learn more easily the value of money and all they can do with it.
6. 6. Time Daily we need to place ourselves in time. With time we can practice fractions through the figure of the clock and needles. HOUR MINUTE The child will learn to change units while operating with numbers. SECOND
7. 7. Geometry everywhere We often see geometric figures in our daily, our mission is to give importance and teach the child to look beyond what you see. If a child paints a octagon we will try to link him to the traffic signals.
8. 8. Weather In addition and subtraction the child can calculate how many days a week will be cold while be informed about the weather in their city. On a map of the country we can calculate many Math’s operation based on the climate while the child learn geography.
9. 9. School day count This routine builds understanding of base-ten place value as students count, group, write and see numbers attached to the counts in each place. School Day Count Repeating this process each day builds meaning for what each numeral in a 2- or 3digit number represents. Hundreds Tens Ones
10. 10. Conection home-school It’s very important that the child gets a good education at home that involve the child in Math in their daily lives, this will make that he understand and want to know more about them. Vocabulary is a very important part of any lesson, so try that parents familiarize their children with words like count, calculate, more than, less than, half full, empty, big, small ... Now, we propose a series of exercises that any parent could use to educate the child in Math.
11. 11. Daily exercises 1- Ask the child how many steps should be given between the table and the couch. 2- Count how many apples are there for a snack. Count the number of children at the table. If there are 6 apples and 12 children, what should we do? 3- Art: As the children express themselves through art, they can write numbers, explore shapes and sequences or counting the number of objects you draw. 4- Outdoor play can motivate children to explore mathematical concepts actively. 5- Any fan of dance participates in dramatic play can create your own sequence of steps (stomp, stomp, clap, stomp, stomp, clap). Invite the children to follow the sequence, asking. ‘Follow!' 6- On the way to school or home, compare the buildings to see. Which building is the tallest? What is the lowest? 7- Pay attention to the sequences of numbers in the houses they pass. Encourage your child to predict what will result.
12. 12. Conclusion You just have to stop thinking about any action you made throughout the day and is very easy to realize that you made some action related to mathematics. Maths are the base of all our life and we must teach children from an early age, not as an enemy but as daily and familiar.