math centers or Indoor recess: Lego board game! See who can get to the end and build the highest tower. :} Have them add/subtract the lego pieces!
octopus counting page for children's, toddlers quiet book, busy book Mais
Make our weekly letter craft in their journals!
Making great idea! First Grade Smiles Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart. As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match. Fantastic to reach all learners: o
I like this idea and believe I could modify it for my seventh graders learning to add and subtract integers
'Building' Our Knowledge of Tower At A Time! Students could also be asked just to build a tower with the number of blocks they see on the card.
Letter to send home to help parents practice comprehension skills-laminate and put a magnet on the back so parents can put on their refrigerator for reference.
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Great game that can be adapted for multiplication, division, and even subtraction.Don't get zapped addition game for extra time or time filler