These Digital Monster themed Files are perfect to use on Google Slides. There are monster activities focusing on Addition and Subtraction Facts from 5, 10, 15 and 20. There is an activity using ten frames to compare two numbers. Another activity encourages students to look at and recognize a number on a ten frame. The last activity introduces students to non-standard measurement. These centers incorporate technology while practicing important Math skills. These are perfect for early on in the school year as hands-on centers or for interventions or go-to activities for early finishers. There is minimal prep for the teacher. Simply upload the Power Points to Google Slides. Print out Recording pages (printables) for each child. And just like that, you're incorporating technology in with Math learning and students are engaged and enjoying their learning!
These Digital Google Slides can be used on a computer that has Power Point installed or on another device that is connected to the internet and has access to Google Slides
This bundle contains:
Digital Monster Addition Equations to 5, 10, 15, and 20: Students look at the colorful monsters and write an equation to match the number of each color monster on their Recording Paper.
Digital Monster Subtraction Equations from 5, 10, 15 and 20: Students use their Recording Paper to write an equation to match the TOTAL number of monsters shown and then subtract the number of monsters crossed out.
Digital Monster Inequalities Using Ten Frames: Students compare the monster ten frames to determine which is greater than, less than or equal to. Using their Recording Paper, they color the ten frames to match the slides and include the greater than, less than or equal sign in between the two ten frames being compared.
Digital Monster Cube Non-Standard Measuring: Students view the standard classroom supplies shown on each slide and use cubes of your choosing to measure each object as a non-standard measurement and record the measurement on their Recording Paper.
Digital Monster Number Recognition on the Ten Frame: Students view each ten frame and record/color the matching amount on each ten frame on their Recording Paper as well as write the matching number.