# Feelin' Frosty Math Tubs {12 Math Tub Activities for Winter}

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Feelin' Frosty?!?! Here's just the thing to warm you up! 12 winter themed math tub activities! Here's what's included:

*Find, Tally, & Graph - Find various snowmen in a picture, count, tally, and then graph.

*Read the Graph - a completed graph is provided and students will read the graph and interpret the data {record}

*Winter Positions - Students will complete a picture by listening to positional words that the teacher reads aloud.

*Snowman Sums of 10 - Students use a number line to count up to 10 from a chosen number then create a corresponding number sentence

*Count Up! - Students read a number and then find the next three numbers in sequence

*Where's the Snowman Standing? - Students determine if the snowman is standing to the LEFT or RIGHT of an object and sort accordingly

*Brrr-fore & After - Students determine the numbers that come before and after a given number

*Which Mitten Has the Most/Least? - Students determine the greatest/least number in a set of 3 numbers {2 assessment sheets included...greatest/least}

*Cold Weather Counting - 4 different options with this activity include
---Even & Odd -Students sort even & odd number cards
---Sequencing number cards from 1-25
---Sequencing number cards counting by 5's {5-100}
---Sequencing number cards counting by 10's {10-100}

*A Little Birdie Told Me - Students solve number sentences to determine if the sum is greater than 6 {true/false sorting}

*Read the Calendar - Whole Group Activity - students read the calendar and answer various questions related to it {days of the week, month, birthdays, holidays, etc.}

*Snowman Sums - Students combine two sets of objects and count the amount altogether then create a number sentence to match

*Subitizing Snowmen - Students match a set of objects to the corresponding numeral, number card, and tally marks

*A Bunch of Buttons - Students count the number of buttons on a snowman and write the matching number

*Missing Mittens - Students determine the numbers that are missing in a set

******ALL activities include assessment sheets and "I CAN" mini posters********

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Sarah Hetrick
Are you going to make February / March math stations!! I just LOVE LOVE them and my students think they are fantastic too!!

Thanks for being GREAT!

PS I hope that I havent missed them and you already have them out?!
February 14, 2013
Cara Carroll  (TpT Seller)
Yes!!! I'm working on both a March math and literacy packet right now!! Blessings!
February 20, 2013

Andrea Armstrong  (TpT Seller)
January 17, 2013
Cara Carroll  (TpT Seller)
Thanks so much, Andrea! You definitely don't want to use any images that don't have friendly commercial tou's. I don't want you to get in any trouble! Check out the talented graphic artists right here on TpT...search Ashley Hughes, Krista Wallden, & Melonheadz...they're some of my favorites. Scrappin' Doodles and KPM Doodles are wonderful, too! They all have very friendly tou's :) Hope this helps! Blessings to you!
January 21, 2013

Sarah Mackey  (TpT Seller)
How many math tubs do the kids do a day? Do you change your tubs every week or have the kiddos go through them multiple times? Thanks!!
January 14, 2013
Cara Carroll  (TpT Seller)
My kids only visit one math tub a day that focuses on a specific skill. I have 5 groups and 5 different tubs. Each group visits a different tub each day. By the end of the week, they've rotated through them all. When they're finished with their tub activity, they visit my **dessert** tubs and these include math activities/games they've already played! Hope this helps!! Blessings to you!
January 21, 2013

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