I have created 9 different math games (130 pages!) that align to the Common Core Math Standards (first grade). We group our students by ability and I have the higher kids-therefore I have differentiated a few of the games. Each game is labeled with the standard(s) met as well and has at least 1 worksheet to record their work.
*True/False Equations--Students sort number sentences into true or false categories. There are some sentences with the equal signs first.
*Frost Fact Families--students sort through snowballs to find the number sentences that complete fact families. I have different versions included for enrichment as well.
*Missing Penguins--Students will figure out the missing numbers in the missing addends equations by looking at the penguins that are OUTSIDE of the igloo to figure out how many are INSIDE it. There are different versions for this to include enrichment too.
*We Are Family--Students match the related addition and subtraction cards. There is a second version with the equal sign mixed to beginning and end of the equations.
*What Time is it?--Students match digital time to the analog clock.
*Ordering Time--Students will order time listed; 4 different times are listed and students need to write them in order. This is an enrichment activity that I am using with my students. I have 2 different levels of this game too.
*What's in a Number?--Students sort number sentences into 12-17. Number sentences include addition, subtraction and 3 addend addition sentences.
*Equal Equations--Students match 2 number sentences that are equal to each other. This is reinforcement of what the equal sign means. I have 3 different versions of this. 1-is 2 addends, 2-is 3 addends and 3-is a game like "War" or "Compare"
There is also 1 group game that I created using number cards that equal 20. Students use 3 cards to equal 20. There is a recording sheet available for this also.
All games have a penguin/winter theme.
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