Guess what we want in our Easter basket? New Watch, Think, Color games! Students watch the board, think about the clues to figure out the number, and color the spot indicated. When they are finished, they have made a picture.
This bundle includes designs inspired by Easter. There is an Easter Bunny, Easter Basket, Colorful Eggs, Unique Design Eggs (boys and girls create different designs), and a Chick. This expanding bundle currently includes:
Hundreds Chart Fun (Numbers 1-120) - ALL 5 DESIGNS
Expanded Notation - ALL 5 DESIGNS
Multiplication Practice - ALL 5 DESIGNS
Reading Number Words - ALL 5 DESIGNS
Telling Time - Chick, Bunny, and Basket
Fractions - Chick, Bunny, and Basket
Tens Partners - Chick, Bunny, and Basket
Counting Coins - Chick, Bunny, Colorful Egg, and Basket
Printable cards for math stations:
Read my blog post about printing WTC games!
WTC QR sheets for:
WTC QR sheets were designed to be used on iPads or other tablet devices. I recommend using PowerPoint files for whole group. Always introduce WTC games before using QR sheets for individual student stations.
This is an expanding pack which means that I will continue adding games with new skills. This pack will ultimately contain counting on/back, greater than/less than, place value, rounding, division and more! The price of the bundle will increase as more games are added. The sooner you purchase, the lower your price. You will get all the new games by uploading the new file. Not all classes are the same. Your students may still be working on counting on this year, but next year they need more practice in counting coins. This large set also allows you to differentiate instruction by using the games at a center. All your kids can create the same picture, but each in the skill that they need to practice. This is also a good choice if you may change grades in the future. I will post updates to this bundle on my facebook page. Be sure to follow so you can continue downloading the latest additions. facebook.com/PrimaryTechie
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