Dice Add the Room
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Earth Day Dice Add the Room provides fun and exciting math centers for learners to practice addition facts. This resource takes the popular Add the Room activity to another level. Learners use dice graphics to determine the addition equation represented by the number of dots on the dice.
This packet has 5 sets of Earth Day Dice Add the Room cards. Each set has 10 cards. There is a recording page for each set of cards. The cards and recording pages have matching Earth Day graphics. The cards and recording pages have matching Earth Day graphics. The Earth Day graphics include kids recycling plastic jugs, kids properly disposing of trash, kids holding a model of the earth, a girl with a reusable shopping bag, the earth surrounded by hearts, and the earth surrounded by a Reduce-Reuse-Recycle symbol. This resource can be used for Earth Day or at any time during the year.
Print, laminate, and cut out the equation cards. Make copies of the recording pages.
Hang the cards in places all around the room. Give each student a clipboard, pencil, and recording page. Learners search the room for cards with dice graphics. When they find a card, they write the equation and sum represented by the number of dots on the dice in the correct space on the recording sheet.
For example, if a card has a die on the left side with 5 dots and a die on the right side with 2 dots, learners write 5 + 2 = 7 in the correct space on the recording sheet.
Earth Day Dice Add the Room helps learners develop addition fluency and supports the Math Common Core Standards for Operations and Algebraic Thinking.
The graphics used in Earth Day Dice Add the Room are from My Cute Graphics and First Grade Brain.
Thank you for looking at Earth Day Dice Add the Room. I hope you and your learners enjoy these activities.
Happy Earth Day!
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