Includes 4 fun math centers:
Provide each student with a recording sheet. Tip: to save paper, laminate the recording sheet (or place in a sheet protector) and provide players with dry erase markers.
Students take turns to spin and color the indicated number of gumballs, until all the gumballs are colored. The first player to color all the gumballs on his/her sheet wins. Two levels of difficulty: Use the spinner 0 – 6 for a less challenging game. You can also use a dice, although spinners are so much fun!
You can improvise a spinner using a brad and a paper clip, or you can buy these inexpensive and very easy to set up Plastic Spinners from Amazon
Play as regular bingo. If the “Pick One” card is retrieved, players can pick any gumball in their card to mark.
you can place all the puzzles pieces face down, and play like the memory game. Students take turns to pick two pieces to see if the match. I the match they can keep the pair, if not they must return them to the table facing down.
Play-dough Gumballs: (added in September 2015)
Students can use these cards to make the indicated number of gumballs using play-dough. Fun!
Bonus: Missing Gumballs activity sheet (use as worksheet, homework, or as assessment).
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