Looking for some fun engaging spring activities? These are 6 literacy stations and 6 math stations to be sure to keep students having fun and learning too.
BBQ Addition and Subtraction - Students sort the addition and subtraction number sentences by whether the number is more than 12, less than 12, or equal to 12.
Tasty Numbering - Students will add the coins up and then will find the matching amount. After students will record their answers on the recording sheet.
Delicious Numbering (up to 200) - Students put each set of numbers in order from least to greatest and show their work on the recording sheet.
Grilled Up Fractions - Students will match the fraction cards by showing the fraction of shaded parts for each shape. They will then show their work on the recoding sheet.
BBQ Graphing - Students will sort, the items. Then they will record their answers on the graph and answer questions.
Well Done Place Value - Students will sort cards matching the number to the correct base ten blocks. Students will record their answers on a recording sheet.
Read the Room- Students will read the words on the word cards. They will sort them by how many syllables each word has one, two, or three. Then they will record their answers on the recording sheet.
Making Words with delicious barbeque - Students will make words with the letters in delicious barbeque and will then show their work on the recording sheet. Students will write one sentence with two of the words they made.
Scrambled Foods - Students will sort the cards and put them in ABC order. They will need to look at the first, second and sometimes third letter. They will record their answers on the recording sheet.
Potluck Contractions -Students will match the contractions to the correct word pair. They will then show their work on their recording sheet.
Baked Sentences -Students will unscramble the word cards by making complete sentences. They will have to show correct punctuation when putting answers on the recording sheet.
Tasty Word Sort -Students will sort the word cards by noun, or verb. Show your work on the recording sheet.