In this resource, five fabulous math centers are based on some very cute robots!
1. Robot Love game
Students add and subtract numbers to move forwards and backwards on a rainbow colored robot game board.
2. Robot Number Match
Students match ten frames, tens and ones, and Domino dots to numbers 5 to 16
3. Robot Number Line
Students toss a number die and a plus and minus die as they move through a number line from 1 to 24. When the game is finished, they complete a recording sheet by writing the numbers 1 to 24 on robot tummies.
4. Robot and Domino Number Combinations
Students match the numbers 2 through 9 to Domino dot combinations. When complete, students write their combinations on a recording sheet.
5. Roll a Robot
Students roll a Domino die. Students add the number combination found on the die and color that piece of the robot on their recording sheet. There are 2 robot versions.... even and odd numbers!
COMMON CORE STANDARDS
I can show different names for numbers by showing different ways to make the number.
I can show you how many tens and ones a number has.
I can tell you which is more and which is less.
I can add and subtract within ten by drawing or using objects to solve.
You can find the companion pack for this resource here
Five Fun Robot Literacy Centers