This file was moved over from the other store. It had 4 ratings. 2 were 4.0. One was 3.7, and one was 3.5.
Tired of buying games for your classroom that are ruined within one marking period? -
NOTE: These games were made in color. I can make them in black and white upon request. But it will take me a while because there are so many games to redo.
5 kid friendly board games designed for kindergartners.(Skills: all games one to one correspondence, one game addition to 10, one subtraction game, one identifying colors)
4 different sets of picture dominoes.
5 sets of memory cards, which are holiday themed.
alphabet go fish cards in both color and black and white.
If they loose the pieces, just reprint them!
Another TPT seller who teaches kindergarten remarked, "How fun, Heather! I love the whole packet!"
Five games are included.
The first is a simple race to the finish across the lilly pads.
The second game involves getting your three frogs to safety on the logs across the pond before your opponent gets their frogs across the pond. Students must answer simple addition problems in order to move their frogs.
The third game is a Candy Land like board game. Everything you need is included.
The fourth game is the, "Three Little Pigs Game." Get your three pigs to the brick house before the wolf catches you!
The fifth game is, "Hansel and Gretel." You must answer subtraction problems to move Hansel and Gretel. The object of the game is to get your Hansel and Gretel safely home before your opponent can.
This packet covers the following skills:
one to one correspondence, addition up to 10, addition up to 20, identifcation of colors, number sequence and counting forward from a number.
Lily pad number line!
This is much easier to use than a traditional number line because the spaces (lily pads) are much easier to see. Plus, they love hopping down the number line with their frog to solve addition and subtraction problems!
I have used it in every kindergarten and special education class that I've worked in, and the staff always loves it. My kids, including my two autistic children, also use it. My son Michael went from 20% with a regular number line to 80% with this number line.