# PRIMER ACTIVITIES - Math-U-See

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PRIMER ACTIVITIES1-888-854-MATH (6284)www.MathUSee.comCopyright 2011 by Steven P. DemmeActivities by Miriam HomerIllustrations by Sarah Homer and Gregory Snader.Design by Christine Minnich.

PRIMER ACTIVITy PAgESIn this file you will find two extra activity pages for each lesson inPrimer. These pages are intended to be an enjoyable way for studentsto practice what they have been learning in the lessons. (There are nosolution pages for the extra activities.)You may schedule these pages in any way that is useful to you. Just besure that the student is comfortable with the new concept in each lessonbefore trying the activities. Students may need a little help getting startedwith some of them. Our hope is that students will finish Primer with asmile on their face and a positive attitude towards math. Continuing inthat same spirit, let these activity sheets be lighthearted and fun.Check your instruction manual for more games and teaching tips.4PRIMER

1xDraw lines to match the numbers with the pictures. The first one isdone for you.123PRIMERExTRA FUN5

ExTRA FUN 1xDraw lines to match the numbers with the pictures.4566PRIMER

2xTrace each number with your finger. Follow the arrows. Draw a line foreach car to drive on.PRIMERExTRA FUN7

ExTRA FUN 2xTrace each number with your finger. Follow the arrows. Draw a line foreach truck to drive on.8PRIMER

Draw lines to match the numbers with the pictures.3x789PRIMERExTRA FUN9

ExTRA FUN 3xTrace each number with your finger. Follow the arrows. Draw a line foreach bus to drive on.10PRIMER

4xDraw the shape that comes next for each pattern. Color the shapes ifyou wish. If drawing is too difficult, the student can point to the onethat should come next, and let the teacher draw it.PRIMERExTRA FUN11

ExTRA FUN 4xHow many rectangles do you see in the house? Circle the answer.0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9How many rectangles do you see in the truck? Circle the answer.0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 912PRIMER

Draw lines to match the numbers with the pictures.5x241PRIMERExTRA FUN13

ExTRA FUN 5xTrace each number with your finger. Follow the arrows. Start atnumber 1 and draw a line. Then make the bird fly to number 2 andfinish the drawing.14PRIMER

6xDraw the shape that comes next for each pattern. Color the shapes ifyou wish. If drawing is too difficult, the student can point to the onethat should come next, and let the teacher draw it.PRIMERExTRA FUN15

ExTRA FUN 6xDad made two piles of unit blocks. Circle the pile that has more blocks.Mom poured two cups of milk. Circle the cup that has less milk.Color the shorter block yellow. Color the longer block purple.16PRIMER

Draw lines to match the numbers with the pictures.Color the pictures if you wish.7x358PRIMERExTRA FUN17

ExTRA FUN 7xDraw lines to match the numbers with the pictures.Color the pictures if you wish.67918PRIMER

8xDraw the shape that comes next for each pattern. Color the shapes ifyou wish. If drawing is too difficult, the student can point to the onethat should come next, and let the teacher draw it.PRIMERExTRA FUN19

ExTRA FUN 8xColor the circles blue.Color the rectangles brown.Color the little triangles brown.Color the big triangle red.Enjoy your sail!20PRIMER

Color the numbers green for the units house.These number cards and the ones on the nextpage may be used to play the game described inlesson 9 of the Primer instruction manual. Ifcolored dots are added to the back of each card,they may also be used for matching activities.You may want to laminate the pages beforeyou cut out the cards.147PRIMERExTRA FUN2589x036921

ExTRA FUN 9xColor the numbers blue for the tens house.These number cards and the ones on the previouspage may be used to play the game described inlesson 9 of the Primer instruction manual. Ifcolored dots are added to the back of each card,they may also be used for matching activities.You may want to laminate the pages beforeyou cut out the cards.147222580369PRIMER

Color the numbers red for the hundreds house.These number cards may be used withthe units and tens cards to play thegame described in lesson 10 of thePrimer instruction manual.You may want to laminate the pagesbefore you cut out the cards.147PRIMERExTRA FUN25810x036923

ExTRA FUN 10xThese number pattern cards may be cutout and used for counting and matchingactivities with the number cards on theprevious activity pages.24PRIMER

11xDraw lines to match the blocks with the pictures. The first one is donefor you. Color the pictures to match the Math-U-See blocks.PRIMERExTRA FUN25

ExTRA FUN 11xDraw lines to match the blocks with the pictures. Color the pictures tomatch the Math-U-See blocks.26PRIMER

12xMatch the blocks with the pictures. Color the pictures to match theMath-U-See blocks. You will need to turn your paper sideways.PRIMERExTRA FUN27

ExTRA FUN 12xDot-to-dot activities are a great way to practice counting. Start at 1 andconnect the dots to draw the shapes.32145What shape is this?216534What shape is this?28PRIMER

13xAdd. Write the answer on the line. 1 squirrel 1 squirrel 2 boots3 flowersPRIMERExTRA FUN squirrelsboots 1 boot 1 flower flowers29

ExTRA FUN 13xStart at 1 and connect the dots to find the picture.5647382911030PRIMER

14xStart at 1 and connect the dots to find the picture.1012974386PRIMERExTRA FUN531

ExTRA FUN 14xStart at 1 and connect the dots to find the picture.4263510891327PRIMER

15xAdd. Write the answer on the line. 2 trees 2 trees 3 ducks PRIMERExTRA FUN treesducksapples 3 ducks 2 apples 2 apples 33

ExTRA FUN 15xStart at 1 and connect the dots to find the picture.11521431312411510697834PRIMER

16xFollow the directions.If the square has a 1, color it red.If the square has a 2, color it green.Color the last square to match the pattern.12121If the square has a 1, color it blue.If the square has a 2, color it yellow.Color the last square to match the pattern.12212If the square has a 1, color it orange.If the square has a 2, color it brown.Color the last two squares to match the pattern.2PRIMERExTRA FUN212235

ExTRA FUN 16xStart at 1 and connect the dots to find the picture.453614211312152016191117781891036PRIMER

17xStart at 2. Skip count by two and connect the dots to find the picture.8610121416184202PRIMERExTRA FUN37

ExTRA FUN 17xAdd. Write the answer on the line. 4 chairs 4 chairs 3 fish 38 chairsfishleaves 3 fish 5 leaves 5 leaves PRIMER

18xStart at 2. Skip count by two and connect the dots to find the picture.4621620PRIMERExTRA FUN18141210839

ExTRA FUN 18xAdd.If the answer is 40, color the space blue.If the answer is 60, color the space green.20 2030 3030 3020 2020 2030 3030 3020 20What shapes do you see?To the parent: your child should easily see the two common shapes that have beenintroduced so far. The shapes in the outside border are called trapezoids.40PRIMER

19xStart at 10. Skip count by ten and connect the dots to find the picture.1050204030PRIMERExTRA FUN41

ExTRA FUN 19xStart at 10. Skip count by ten and connect the dots to find the picture.30104020501006090428070PRIMER

20xAdd.If the answer is 200, color the space red.If the answer is 400, color the space blue.If the answer is 600, color the space purple.100 100200 200100 100200 200300 300200 200100 100200 200100 100What shapes do you see?To the parent: you may wish to have the student try to count the squares. This is trickybecause of overlapping shapes. The answer is at the bottom of page 44.PRIMERExTRA FUN43

ExTRA FUN 20xStart at 10. Skip count by ten and connect the dots to find the picture.402050603010708010090There are 14 squares on page 43.44PRIMER

ExTRA FUN 21xAva drew three triangles.Draw the triangles Ava needs to make five.3 triangles triangles 5 trianglesPam drew four triangles.Draw the triangles Pam needs to make five.4 triangles 46triangle 5 trianglesPRIMER

22xStart at 5. Skip count by five and connect the dots to find the picture.5101520255045353040PRIMERExTRA FUN47

ExTRA FUN 22xLook at the pictures carefully. Put an X on the one that is different.Put an X on the one that is different.Put an X on the one that is different.48PRIMER

Match the tally marks with the pictures.23x PRIMERExTRA FUN49

ExTRA FUN 23xCount the pictures. Use tally marks to write your answers.50PRIMER

Draw the cirlces you need to make 10.5 24x 10Draw the squares you need to make 10.6 PRIMERExTRA FUN 1051

ExTRA FUN 24xStart at 5. Skip count by five and connect the dots to find the picture.353025404520501510525PRIMER

Draw the circles you need to make 10.7 25x 10Draw the squares you need to make 10.8 PRIMERExTRA FUN1053

ExTRA FUN 25xStart at 5. Skip count by five and connect the dots to find the picture.Help the student count by fives to 60.2520301540451056054355550PRIMER

26xStart at 5. Skip count by five and connect the dots to find the picture.Help the student count by fives to 60.35304045255020551560105PRIMERExTRA FUN55

ExTRA FUN 26xStart at 5. Skip count by five and connect the dots to find the picture.Help the student count by fives to 70.51015202530354045705065566055PRIMER

27xStart at 1. Count by ones and connect the dots to find the picture.12320419518617716151413PRIMERExTRA FUN812 11 10957

ExTRA FUN 27xAdd.If the answer is 2, color the space yellow.If the answer is 4, color the space blue.If the answer is 6, color the space red.1 12 23 32 23 33 33 33 32 22 22 23 33 33 33 33 32 23 33 32 22 2581 12 23 32 22 2PRIMER

28xAdd.If the answer is 4, color the space light blue.If the answer is 6, color the space brown.If the answer is 8, color the space yellow.2 22 22 23 34 43 33 34 432 24 434 43 3 33 3 32 24 42 24 42 24 4PRIMERExTRA FUN3 359

ExTRA FUN 28xSee if you can start at 20 and connect the dots by counting backwards.If this is too hard, start at 1 and connect the dots. Then start at 20 andtrace the line backwards. Say the numbers as you go.12 3459678102060161819171514131112PRIMER

29xAdd.If the answer is 4, color the space yellow.If the answer is 6, color the space green.If the answer is 8, color the space redIf the answer is 10, color the space orange.2 24 45 55 54 42 25 54 44 42 22 25 55 55 55 55 53 3PRIMERExTRA FUN61

ExTRA FUN 29xLook at the pictures carefully. Put an X on the one that is different.Put an X on the one that is different.Put an X on the one that is different.62PRIMER

Draw pictures to help you subtract.30xDraw 4 cookies.4 1Pat ate one cookie. Put an X on the cookie that Pat ate.How many cookies are left?Draw 3 trees.3 1Dad chopped down one tree.Put an X on the tree that Dad chopped down.How many trees are left?PRIMERExTRA FUN63

ExTRA FUN 30xDraw pictures to help you subtract.Draw 5 cars.5 1One car went home. Put an X on the car that went home.How many cars are left?Draw 6 apples.6 1Mom ate one apple. Put an X on the apple Mom ate.How many apples are left?64PRIMER

Color the pictures to match the Math-U-See blocks. 26 PRIMER ExTRA FUN 11x Draw lines to match the blocks with the pictures. Color the pictures to match the Math-U-See blocks. PRIMER ExTRA FUN 27 12x Match the blocks with the pictures. Color the pictures to match the Math

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