This is a bundle of 4 cool math games/stations! You save $3.50 when you buy the bundle as opposed to buying them all separately. That means you are getting one for free!
Family of Four - A Fact Family Game/Station
This game has your students practice finding all the problems that belong in a fact family. Each fact family will have a little girl, little boy, mom, and dad. First, the student needs to choose a roof to put on the house. Then, the student will find the 2 addition and 2 subtraction problems that belong in the fact family for the numbers that are on the roof. There is a recording sheet for the students to fill out showing each family that they put together. There are a total of 24 different fact families in this game.
Farm Frenzy! - A Part-Part-Whole Game/Station (Addition and Subtraction)
With this game the students are practicing finding 2 parts that add up to a whole or finding a missing part. I have included 2 sets of each number. One set with numerals and the other set has ten-frames; this way, multiple students can work on the same skill with various levels of difficulty. The whole numbers range from 0-30 and the parts range from 0-15. There is also a recording sheet for your students to show their work.
Chomp! - Comparing Numbers Game/Station
In this game the students use the number cards, base ten cards, or a mixture of the two, to compare numbers. The numbers range from 1 - 120. There is also a recording sheet that the students can use to write down their comparisons. This is a great way to differentiate with your students based on which set of cards you choose to give them and the how high of numbers you give them.
How Many Caterpillars? - A Measurement Activity/Station
In this activity, students will practice measuring different objects with a caterpillar ruler. The ruler comes in color or black and white. There are 20 objects which will measure to an exact amount of caterpillars and 20 that will measure to the halfway point on a caterpillar. Each object that they can measure also has a blue line showing them where to measure so that they measure the correct direction across the object. There are also 2 different recording sheet options to use with this. There is one where they write the name of the object down that they measured and one where they can glue a picture down to show what they measured. Every time the students do this activity they can choose to measure different objects keeping it changing and interesting for them.
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