Here's a fun Spring/Easter Math and Literacy Pack to get your classroom of peeps excited about words and numbers, using egg-filled game boards and juicy jelly beans!
If you're working on vowel teams/vowel digraphs, this will give them a little egg hoppin' workout!
There are many options for using this resource. This would be a hit for literacy and math centers, small groups, or pairs.
This spring pack offers the following pages:
4 Generic Blank Game Boards: 2 colored, 2 black and white-fill in letters, words, numbers, or math facts. Blank game boards are perfect for differentiating, and for personalizing. Kids love to make their own games...this offers that opportunity.
NO need to laminate the black and white copies that your children may want to color and keep!
5 Vowel Game Boards (5 colored and 5 black and white) for practicing vowel teams or vowel digraphs, within word spelling
patterns--long a: -ai, ay; long e: -ea, -eigh; -ee; long i: -igh, -ie, and -y; long o: -oa, -ow; Long u: -ue, -ew, -oo . Use dice and jelly beans, m & m’s, or other candy for game pieces.
1 Addition Facts Game Board (up to 20) –black and white
16 Spring-themed Word Cards: Quarter page- size word cards. Duplicate to play memory, or simply use as flash cards for reading,
spelling, and writing.
1 Missing Letters page to go with spring-themed word cards
1 Page of 6 Word Problems: adding and subtracting up to 20
1 Page of 6 Word Problems Answer Key
1 Page of 6 Add and Subtract Equations: adding and subtracting up to 20 --Two ways to use these pages: 1.) Cut out as cards and use over and over. 2.) Print the page out for students.
4 Estimating Pages: Jelly bean estimating and questions: How Many Jelly Beans in the Jar? (ones, tens, hundreds).
See two versions of this. One small, all on one page; another poster size with 2 pages.
1 Jelly Bean Graph Page: Jelly bean graphing (Use with the jelly bean jar page, or use if you have real jelly beans to hand out to the children.)
2 Jelly Bean Place Value Pages: Ones, Tens, Hundreds
CCSS links are included for grades 1 and 2 for reading and math.
This is targeted for grades one and two, but may be appropriate for kindergartners and some third graders who need practice.
Thanks very much for checking this out!