Are you looking for some Christmas/winter themed math fun for your kiddos? Christmas is right around the corner and the kiddos are certainly getting antsy. With this Common Core aligned product, you can be sure that your students are working towards meeting the standards, but still having some holiday fun!
This includes worksheets and 2 games that are perfect for this time of year! This product is classroom tested and student approved!
Use these worksheets as morning work, for your fast finishers, for extra math practice, for homework, or just some math fun!
Included in this math pack:
•Word Problems with Melvin the Elf- Students will solve word problems in this worksheet (2 levels of difficulty).
•Ornament Equations – Students will figure out the missing number and then color the ornament with the matching number (2 levels of difficulty).
•Santa’s Secret Message – Help Emma figure out Santa’s secret message in this fun activity! (2 levels of difficulty)
•Marty’s Mittens – Marty the penguin needs some help with greater than and less than. With some coloring and some inequality signs, your students will be able to help Marty figure it out!
•Gumdrop Trails – Help Zoey’s gingerbread friends get back to their house. Students must use their knowledge of skip counting by 5’s to help the gingerbread cookies get home (2 levels of difficulty).
•Nelly’s Number Find Fun – Students must use their knowledge of place value in this beat the clock style partner game. How many of Nelly’s numbers can you find in 1 minute! (Blank included also)
•The Great Candy Cane Race – Students will race to be the first player to color his/her entire candy cane!
Through this math pack, students will...
1. Ignite their interest in mathematics
2. Practice fine motor skills
3. Increase proficiency in their abilities to add and subtract
4. Activate prior knowledge based on their previous work with addition and subtraction
***These black and white printables are easy on the budget and allow you to just print and go!***
Please download the preview for a closer look! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you for stopping by! ;-)