Here at Radford, we have decided to make this a focus for our week. I have drawn on the AAMT resources and developed a set of Home Learning activities for all classes (P-2, 3-4, 5,6) to get some conversation going.
Each day there is a "take home" activity looking at food resources around the world - it's transdisciplinary and international, two elements of PYP learning.
Here's a sample of the Year 5-6 activities:
On Friday we are planning a "human graph" on the oval - based on the answer to the question "What fruit did you have for breakfast today?"
And while there is very little in the way of explicit number skills being drilled for "home learning" this week, there is lots and lots of thinking and talking about how we handle data.