Bring math home with this interative estimating instructional activity! Scholars make educated guesses about the number of six household items: crayons in a crayon box, keys on a key ring, coins in a piggy bank, trees in the yard, pictures on the walls, and books in their room. Then, they go around to actually count the items. This can be adjusted for different homes, but is great because most families will have these things for learners to count. Use the data for graphing or statistics!
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