He asked if he can do math and science exercises on the computer while he had merienda.
One day he didn’t listen very well in school so we said he has to make up for it by practicing reading, drawing or math. He chose math We got these laminated flash cards from his teacher last year and they have all sorts of activities from math, drawing and more
Since we already know how to count one by one to fifty, now we will learn to count by tens. Kid 1: ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty Kid 2: ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty Lucas: TEN TEN TEN TEN TEN! hehehe that’s just a joke Lucas: ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty Teacher: that’s funny Lucas.
Lucas: this card is the letter Y, it has a Yo Mommy: that’s a yo-yo, can you spell yo-yo? L: Y, O, *pause* minus Y, O *pause* equals YO
Why do we need to drink water? Why do we need to dance? Why do we need attendance? Why do we need math? Why do we have to get it correct? Why do we need to write? Why do we need to draw? Can I erase it?
Lucas likes math,which is funny because neither of his parents are any good at it. A month ago, his teacher sent them a bag with a whiteboard marker, eraser and a whole bunch of laminated activity sheets that they would do in class or as homework. Some of the activities involve simple addition and subtraction….
T: we are adding objects on the screen, choose which one you want to add Lucas: I choose ICE SCREAM! T: yes you scream, I scream, we all scream for Ice Cream T: count the ice cream L: one, two ice creamL: plusL: one, two ice creamL: equals four!
L: look teacher, I drew an egg with lines and an egg with circles L: one plus one equals two! T: you’re right Lucas, one plus one equals two. L: look teacher I made more circles L: But look, I put other colors. L: daddy look! I’m an artist! L: what do you want the…