Are you looking for ways to make your grade level fluency standard fun for your students?
We all know those grade level fluency standards are important. But how do you keep up the practice so student skills stay sharp? I have created one fun way to keep students adding and subtracting to show mastery of their fact fluency.
"Super fun reinforcement activity! It was perfect for a math center and the kids loved it." ~ Callie.
This game is great for students in grades 2-4. It’s also a fun review or an intervention game for students in grade 5 or 6.
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How it works
This game has students spinning a paperclip and adding or subtracting two numbers on a recording sheet. With addition, the highest total score wins after 10 spins. With subtraction, the lowest total score wins.
This game includes sneaky skills practice. Sure, students are finding the sum or difference of two numbers. But, they also have to find the Grand Total of their sums or differences, further practicing skills to get there.
Creating a math center activity
It’s a great idea to cut out the different spinners on card stock and laminate them. Pop the spinners, paperclips, and recording sheets into a gallon bag and you have a center activity ready to go. All students need is a white board or scratch paper to find the sum or difference of two numbers.
I’ve also included rubrics and tracking sheets for your grade level fluency standard in mathematics!
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