Use these mats for small group, whole group, station work, or center work.
Place mini erasers or small counters in the boxes at the top of the mat.
Draw an addition/subtraction card and use the erasers to work the problem.
Subtraction mats have a place to set a small cup to drop the counters that are
Addition card have two areas to place the counters that represent each
Addend and a place to put them together for the answer.
August/September – Schoolhouse, bus, backpack, crayon, notebook paper, tree, basket
October/November – Fall tree, bare tree, Halloween bag
December/January – Gingerbread House, Gingerbread man, Pine tree, Pine trees, snow trees, igloos
February/March – Hearts, Pots of gold, baskets
April/May – Bunny, Flowers, Rainbow, umbrellas, leaves, barns, fences, haystacks
June/July – Coconut Tree, swimming pool, watermelon
Blank Mat and Addition and Subtraction cards