Hosted by: Volunteer New York!
Volunteer New York! http://www.volunteernewyork.org
Addition is one of the first math skills most students learn and it helps them master the relationships between numbers. Counting is also one of the first skills, but many young learners do not understand that numbers represent quantities. Addition helps solidify this concept and is a foundation for future math skills.
Help young learners master their addition skills by creating Apple Tree Addition Games. Volunteers will be cutting out materials, counting out "apples", and packaging everything together.
This opportunity is an extension of Volunteer New York!’s “9/11: Serve + Remember” Day of Service event. There are almost 30 meaningful ways you can give back in your community from September 11th through the 13th and honor the memories of those who were lost by being a part of this community-wide action event. For more information please visit www.volunteernewyork.org/service or call 914-948-4452.
Parents and children are invited and encouraged to get involved.
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