This work station activity combines literacy and math. It would be perfect to use during nutrition month.
Print and cut out the 6 menu cards, letter tile page and create your own menu page. Laminate for durability. Prepare one printable student mini-book for each child.
Students choose one of the six menu cards and find the coordinating page in their booklet. Using the letter tiles find the value of each letter and record in the booklet to create an addition sentence. There is an example on the first page of the booklet. At the bottom of each page there is a place for a total of the meal. The last page of the booklet has a place for students to create their own meal with four items.
For a challenge there are two optional cards included which could be used by the students.
Created by Laureen Stewart
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Do you have any games or ideas for first graders mastering the basic addition and subtraction facts to 20? I LOVE EVERYTHING you make and was hoping that you could share what you do to teach basic facts or consider making something to make learning the basic facts fun! : ) Thanks so much for commenting! ; ) LOVE the recent game additions. Plan to purchase in the a.m. Cindy