# Addition Facts Math Centers Activities Baseball - 4 ways to play-Common Core

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1. Celebrate Baseball Season with these literacy and math activities specifically designed for kindergarten and first grade! ★★ PLUS a Bonus of Baseball Antonyms Boom Cards! 1) Baseball DIBELS Onset Rime Activities Level 1 2) Baseball DIBELS Onset Rime Activities Level 2 3) Baseball Addition 4)
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100 addition facts on baseballs... Differentiate!

★ 2 optional recording sheets and 2 Addition All-Star Awards.

★ File also contains 2 sizes of Addition Games Game board (9x12 and 12x18), 2 sizes of baseball dice and a baseball spinner.

Directions:

Divide players into 2 teams.
Each team has a token/game piece.
Place balls face down on pitcher’s mound.
First player picks one ball.
If the player solves the fact correctly, s/he tosses the die or spins the spinner. (die and spinner included; just fold and tape/glue)
The player moves the team game piece according to what the die says:
1 base = a single
2 bases = a double
3 bases = a triple
4 bases = a homerun
Incorrect Answer = an out
Each time a run scores, students keep track on the scoreboard. You may also ask students to record the facts on the optional recording sheets as they solve them.
Note: To make the game progress more quickly, you can change the number of outs to 1 per inning rather than 3.

Addition Games: More Ways To Play

Addition Games: Game 2: Select the cards that are appropriate for your students. Place cards face down in a pile. Students roll a die to see how many cards they can pick. Students keep each card that they correctly solve. The game is over when all baseballs have been drawn. The winner is the student with the most baseballs.

Addition Games: Game 3: Select 10 pairs of facts with the same sums. Place those 20 cards face down in 4 rows of five. Students play Memory or Concentration, turning over 2 cards at a time and keeping them if they have the same sum. The game is over when all cards are gone. The winner is the student with the most baseballs. Keep cards that belong together in individual baggies.

Addition Games: Game 4: Select the facts that a group of students needs to practice. Students line up the baseballs as though they are on a path. This creates a “follow the path” type game. Each student has a game token. Students take turns rolling a number die, moving that number of spaces and solving the addition fact that is on the space where the student lands.

★ Prints nicely in black and white as well.

100 addition facts to 18 on baseballs. Prints nicely in black and white as well. You can print back to back… it’s designed to match up perfectly. Just run off the fact baseballs, and then turn them face up in your paper tray and print out the plain baseball backings. Then, just take each sheet to the paper cutter and cut each sheet into 12 square cards.

★ You can print back to back… it’s designed to match up perfectly.
Just run pages 1-18 first.
Next, take the baseball sheets and turn them face up and facing you in the paper tray.
Now print out pages 19-27 (plain baseball backings). The backs of all baseballs will be printed.
Then, just take each sheet to the paper cutter and cut each sheet into 12 square cards.

Pages 28 and 29 are 2 optional recording sheets on which students can write the facts they solved.

Pages 30 and 31 are 2 optional All-Star Addition Awards.

Common Core State Standard:

Add and Subtract within 20

CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.C.6 Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10. Use strategies such as counting on; making ten (e.g., 8 + 6 = 8 + 2 + 4 = 10 + 4 = 14); decomposing a number leading to a ten (e.g., 13 – 4 = 13 – 3 – 1 = 10 – 1 = 9); using the relationship between addition and subtraction (e.g., knowing that 8 + 4 = 12, one knows 12 – 8 = 4); and creating equivalent but easier or known sums (e.g., adding 6 + 7 by creating the known equivalent 6 + 6 + 1 = 12 + 1 = 13).

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