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One More

Play a fun addition game in the car or on the bus. Give your child a number less than 10, and ask her, “What is one more?"

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Extending this activity

  • -Read “Room for One More” by Matthew Price. Together with your child, write out the number sentences to show the addition of one more animal at each stop. See if your final number equals the final number of animals at the end of the story.

    -Create a “One More” book, beginning at zero and adding one more on each page. Have the child illustrate the book to show the addition of “one more."

Adjust for an older child

To make the game more challenging, use different words to give the clues. For example, “Five is one more than______.” or “One more than six is __________.”

Adjust for a younger child

While playing the game, go in numerical order. For example, one plus one more is two, two plus one more is three, three plus one more is four, etc.

What is being taught through this activity

  • Foundational Literacy/Math Skills: Number and Operations

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