These are great activities for math centers! Students practice their addition or subtraction while playing in pairs. Just give them some 2-colored tokens or two bingo daubers and a set of dice and they are ready to go!
I have included 2 game boards for addition with 2 dice, 2 game boards for subtraction and 1 game board for addition with THREE dice for your advanced kiddos! I usually laminate each board for durability. If you make enough copies, you can have your whole class play at the same time!
This set is Farm themed with some sweet cows, horses, chickens and pigs.I find that my students' interest in the games gets revived when they have a new look! There are also 3 recording sheets, one for addition with two dice, another for the addition with three dice and the last goes along with the subtraction with two dice! I hope you enjoy it, and if you're looking for more freebies and ideas please visit my blog, Herding Kats In Kindergarten, at
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I hatch baby chicks in my classroom every year so of course I had to have your unit!! But a lot of the pages had black streaks across them. Why do you think that is? I remember this happened to me once before so I used a newer computer in our lab and it still does that. Any suggestions would be appreciated and in the meantime, keep up the great work you do for kids and teachers!! Thanks, Heidi Mortensen No. California
I'm so glad you like the unit! It sounds like there's an incompatibility in the Adobe program - sometimes if you're not using the same version I did it has that problem. Chances are you need to update your copy of Adobe Reader, which is free here:
Also, if you're on a MAC please make sure you are opening the file with Adobe and not in Preview. If that doesn't work, send me an email at email@example.com and I will resend the file :)
I started out in kindergarten, but this year I got "promoted" to 1st grade! I am loving my firsties but still crossing my fingers that I get to go back down to kindergarten next year. I create mostly for kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms.