This zipped bundle contains my 6 most popular cootie catcher packages for Mathematics. Cootie catchers make a great partner activity, math center, or test review activity. Each package contains 7 - 12 different cootie catchers for the particular topic, as well as a blank template for creating your own cootie catchers to use in the classroom. If purchased separately, these files would cost $18.00
Fraction Cootie Catchers - This file includes seven different cootie catchers for reviewing fraction concepts (reducing fractions, equivalent fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, converting to decimals and percents, and comparing fractions). Answers are also included.
Cootie Catcher Factor and Multiples - This file includes twelve different cootie catchers for reviewing factors and multiples (2 of each for: prime and composite numbers, factors, greatest common factors, prime factorization, multiples, and least common multiple). I have also included a bonus factors and multiples quiz with this product.
Cootie Catcher Mathematics - This file includes a different cootie catcher for seven different math concepts, making it a great review package (reducing fractions, factors and multiples, 3D shapes, metric conversions, rounding, mental math multiplication, and converting fractions to percents). Answers are also included.
Elapsed Time Cootie Catchers - This file includes seven different cootie catchers for reviewing time concepts (introduction to time, 4 different elapsed time with varying degrees of difficulty, elapsed time word problems, and the 24-hour clock).
Word Problem Cootie Catchers - This file includes seven different cootie catchers for reviewing and practicing various math concepts through word problems. Concepts include: operations, time, metric measurement, fractions, place value, money, prime and composite numbers, calendar, percent, mean and mode, etc. Answers are included for each question.
Money Cootie Catchers - This file includes 10 different cootie catchers with pictures of coins for reviewing money concepts: (3 for value of coin combinations, 2 for rounding to the nearest dollar, 2 for making values with a given number of coins, and 3 for making change). I am including two different packages - one with American coins, and one with Canadian coins.