oubles, Doubles ... Practicing Your Math Doubles, Doubles +1, and Doubles +2
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Pg. 3-5 Doubles Ghost Wheel – cut out the pieces, cut out the two windows on the ghost, and put the ghost together using two brads. Move the jack-o-lantern to the side. Turn the wheel and write the answers in the empty window. Move the jack-o-lantern back into place and practice your double facts. Move the jack-o-lantern every time you would like to check your answers.
Pg. 6-7 Color Your Doubles – Color the witch depending on the answers.
Pg. 8 Roll, Double, and Color
Pg. 9-10 Double if You Dare – Cut out the answer boxes and glue them onto their matching tombstones.
Pg. 11-12 Double, Double Color Those Bubbles! – color the bubbles depending on the answers.
Pg. 13-14 Doubles Plus One is So Much Fun! – decide which number to double, double it, and then add 1.
Pg. 15 Roll, Double, Add 1, and Color
Pg. 16-17 Doubles Plus Two – Find the number that is between. Write it in the ghost. Double it to get your answer.
Pg. 18-19 Trick or Treat, Doubles are Sweet! – Color depending on your answer.
Pg. 20-22 Double, Double – Copy the patterns onto the correct colored construction paper. Get a variety of colored pens, markers, pencils, or crayons Choose a color and write a double in a bubble. Using the same color, write the answer in another bubble. Use a different color for each equation and answer you write. Add eyes.
Pg. 23 Thanks and credits.