Skill: Children will practice subtraction facts from 10 or less with this fun game called Whack a Fact. The game is a fantastic way to practice coordinates and math subtraction facts from 10 or less.
Grade Level: Kindergarten through Second Grade
You will receive an 17 page ebook which includes 2 Storage Label,2 Sets of Directions, 2 Gameboards, 36 Coordinate Cards and 2 Mats for the Coordinate Cards. The game was designed to use for a center or large group and small group lessons. Just project the pdf file onto your Smart Board or Interactive White
Board. I use this game format on the Smart Board all the time and the children really enjoy it. Projecting it is also a great way to teach the skill of finding coordinates. It was amazing how fast my 1st graders learned the format of the game and how to find coordinates once I projected the game onto the Smart Board.
Original Artwork by Denyse Murray at Scrappin Doodles @ www.scrappindoodles.com
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It should have been listed in my graphics credit pages. I believe this one came from Goodness & Fun at www.mygrafico.com Look on the left hand side of the page on My Grafico under the pull down box for artists and you will see Goodness & Fun listed. I believe Goodness & Fun also sells on Etsy. Hope this helps. Shelia
September 21, 2012
I don't have a smart board or an interactive whiteboard. Can this be used without those?
No you do not have to have a smart board. You can project the pdf onto the smartboard so everyone can see and it is a great way to teach them how to find coordinates using the smart board. When you use a smartboard the files are interactive because you make them with the notebook software that goes with Smart. Just print and play, Sheryl. You might an overhead of the gameboard and project it to teach finding coordinates.
I presently teach First Grade in North Charleston, South Carolina. I have 34 years of teaching experience. I have taught 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. I have also done homeschooling with children who attend my school.