Getting ready for back to school time in second grade? These 12 first grade Scoot games are a fun way to review and assess 1st grade math skills like addition, subtraction, missing addends, place value, skip counting, telling time, geometry, and more.
Have you played Scoot? Here's how it works! Distribute one card on each desk or table around your classroom. Give each of your students a blank recording sheet. Have each student sit or stand at one of the card "stations", solve the card, write the answer on the recording sheet, and get ready to move to the next station when you say, "Scoot!". Keep your students moving in the same order throughout the game. Continue until all students have been to all of the stations.
How else can you use Scoot cards?
> Scoot cards are also great to use as a "Read the Room" math center. Just display the cards around your classroom, put clipboards and recording sheets in your center, and allow students to move around the room, discovering and solving cards at their own pace.
> Use the cards as task cards in a math center. Punch a hole in the corner of each card in a set and secure with a looseleaf ring.
Whether you call them Scoot, Read the Room, or task cards, your students are going to love using these cards!
What first grade math skills do these card sets include?
Addition: Sums 1-10
Addition: Sums 11-18
Skip Counting by Fives
Dimes and Pennies
Place Value (hundreds, tens, and ones)
Equalities, Inequalities, and Comparison Signs
Two Digit Addition (no regrouping)
Geometric Shapes (2D and 3D)
Telling time to hour and half hour
Lots of great back to school review in a fun and active format!
Each game includes 31 Scoot cards, a student recording sheet, and an answer key. Six "Take a Break" cards are also included, in case you have more than 31 students (and I sure hope you don't!! )
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Would you like to try a free sample game from this set? Click to see Comparing Numbers SCOOT! ~ Equalities and Inequalities.
Supports CCSS 1.MD.B.3
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If you teach first grade, you'll also like Rolling Into First, a game set to review K math standards.
Second grade teachers, here's Second Grade Math Games: Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down
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