Small group game for students to practice learning names for the numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 14
This product contains:
Common Core page with Clickable Link for Official CCSS Website
Student Friendly Directions
Six 2-Digit Numbers to slide into Foam Die
(works perfectly with the Set of 3 Large Foam Die you can purchase from ReallyGoodStuff)
Seven Pages of Different Names for the Numbers in this set
For those of you familiar with the structure of my Guided Math in my second grade classroom this product could fit in both the F-Fact Fluency (Operations and Algebraic Thinking) and E-Extending the Understanding of Base-10 (Numbers and Base-10).
Students learn so much faster and commit new information
to memory when they have fun, which is why I am such a big
supporter for using math games in the classroom. I believe if
we teach them the expectations of appropriate game-play with
their peers, the learning potential through games is endless.
Not only do games present the opportunity to learn the skills
(and in today’s world of the Common Core - the standards), but
they also provide a safe environment for students to practice
their social (or friendship) skills.
In my classroom, the students play games within their small
groups 3 days a week during which time I get to meet with a
small group of students at my table to practice important skills
we’ve covered or I’ve noticed they struggle with. After the
first month of school, the routine has been established and
students are eager to get to their games with their peers.
This product was created for my students to play during their
Math Workshop and for those familiar with my FAME structure
of the standards in my classroom, this fits under the Fact
Fluency and Extending the Understanding of Base-10.
The fonts (which I am obsessed with) were
created by Jen Jones. Check her out on
TPT and Instagram, she’s amazing!
Guided Math is something I am especially
proud of and spend a lot of time on as I have
seen first hand the AMAZING impact it can have on students.
Guided Math allows students to see the “Fun Side” and develop a
love of Math...which that’s what we as teachers want for our
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products for use in your classroom.
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