There's nothing like chocolate to brighten up your day! These fun, engaging, hands-on math and literacy centers make a sweet addition to your daily activities and are perfect for multiple skill levels. They also make great extensions for your chocolate literature units (Think: The Chocolate Touch, Chocolate Fever, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory).
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4 math centers with activities for:
Chocolate Covered Coordinate Graphing-Students will spin the spinner, locate the chocolate on the graph, then write the coordinates on a recording sheet.
Peanut Butter Cup Addition and Subtraction-Students will turn over chocolate number cards to create a 2,3,or 4-digit number then add or subtract the number and record. Two different recording sheets are included for both addition and subtraction versions of the activity.
There's Nothing Like Plane Chocolate!-Students practice working with plane shapes and addition by building a picture with chocolate plane shapes cards with assigned values, then recording and adding the total value of their picture on a recording sheet.
Pure Chocolate Place Value-Students will roll a die to create a 2,3, or 4-digit number, build the number with chocolate place value cards, then complete a recording sheet by adding 10/100 more/less, determining even or odd, and writing the number in expanded form.
4 literacy centers with anchor charts:
Reword It! Word Building-Students will record all of the letters on 6 conversation hearts then write and sort their words by number of syllables.
Build-A-Bar with Prefixes and Suffixes-Students build words by adding the prefixes un- and re-, and suffixes -ly, and -ful to base words to make new words and write the new meanings on a recording sheet.
As"sorted" Chocolates Noun, Verb, Adjective search-Students use valentine cards to write and sort all of the nouns, verbs, and adjectives they see on the cards. (Includes 3 anchor charts for nouns, verbs, adjectives and recording sheet.)
Sweet Synonyms Craftivity-Students write synonyms, use the synonym in a sentence, and illustrate it in a heart shaped booklet they make. (Includes a synonym anchor chart, templates, and pictures of a completed product.)