1-2-3 Come Do Some Thanksgiving Math Activities With Me
Strut your math skills with this cute turkey craftivity.
You can review all sorts of standards while playing this game, which is easy to differentiate for a variety of ages and learning levels.
Use the 10-sectioned pie pattern, to simply make a 10-piece puzzle, for younger students to practice counting and sequencing numbers 1-10. You can also review colors with them as well.
Older students can practice numbers and their number words.
It only took 15 minutes to make a class set. Store them separately in Ziploc Snack Baggies.
Reinforce life skills, by playing with the puzzles as a partner game.
You can use dice and practice addition, or use the spinner (3 are included) to play that way.
If your kiddos are also studying fractions, they can play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games, with the turkey's pumpkin pie fraction cards.
I've made a larger set to use as flashcards, as well as included a set of black and white pocket chart cards.
These can also be used as a worksheet for your kiddos to trace, write,trim & collate into an Itty Bitty fraction booklet.
Click on the link to zip on over to my TpT shop to have a look: Easy As Pie, Turkey Number Game With Some Fraction Fun
The featured FREEBIE today is a short story "Who Will Be King". It's special in that it includes ALL 220 Dolch sight words!
I've highlighted words in various colors, so that you know which lists they come from. Hope you find it helpful.
Well that's it for today. The carpet cleaners will be here this morning, so my office will be off limits to creative messes.
Time to think up something else to fill up my day with. Ummm, shopping before the crazy crush begins sounds good . . . Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
"Shopping at any level is a bit of therapy for my medulla oblongata." - Theophilus London