Dino-Mite Math Centers - Dinosaurs

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These dinosaur themed math activities will keep your students busy during centers, small group interventions, or independent work! Simply print, cut, laminate, and play! All pieces and materials needed are included (with the exception of clothespins for the clip cards) as well as recording sheets.

Centers included:

Missing Numbers: Students match the hatched egg picture with a number to the empty box on each number strip to complete the order of the numbers shown. Included are strips for numbers up to 25!

Dino-Mite Match Up: Using the included mat, students pick a ten frame card and find the number that matches it. Recording sheet included.

Prehistoric Puzzles: Included are 3-piece puzzles where students match the number word, the ten frame, and a visual representation of each number. For numbers 1-10, there are countable dinosaurs. For numbers 11-20, students count on from 10.

Dino Clip: Using clothes pins, students clip onto the correct answer to an addition sentence. Recording sheet included.

How Tall if Your Gigantasaurus?: This is a measuring center where students use the strip of dinosaur eggs to measure how tall each provided dinosaur is! Recording sheet included.

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Dino-Mite Math Centers - Dinosaurs
Dino-Mite Math Centers - Dinosaurs
Dino-Mite Math Centers - Dinosaurs
Dino-Mite Math Centers - Dinosaurs