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These Halloween themed digital activities offer some different opportunities for students to experience numbers. Practice counting, identifying numbers, and representing numbers with different quantities are the goals of these activities. Students will build understanding and fluency with numbers using visuals in a fun way. A strong number sense is crucial for future understanding of more complex math topics.
75 slides are included in this package and three types of activities.
The first 30 slides encourage students to count or add quantities of candy visually and select the correct answer. The students drag and drop candy and characters.
The next 24 slides give a number and the students are encouraged to form the number with different quantities of candy.
The last 20 slides introduce addition. The students are given an addition problem and they can use the candy quantities to visualize the problem and select the right answer.
The last two slides are just for fun. The students choose some candy for themselves and count them.
The activities should be used in the edit mode so that the students can drag and drop the objects. In the present mode the objects will not show. You can use the present mode after solving the problems or for examples. Share the link with the students and they will have their own copy to edit.
How to use the activity cards
The activity cards can be used as virtual manipulatives, for warm ups, practice, assessment, centers, homework, and more. My favorite way of using these cards is to initiate discussions and compare different ways of forming a number and solving a problem.
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