This is a resource that puts a spin on addition, subtraction
and place value. Your kiddos can become paleontologists while
they explore and dig up answers to addition and subtraction
equations that fit their level. They will also get to work on
place value. It is mainly suited for kindergarten, but I added
equations up to 10 that could easily be used for 1st grade.
For this unit you will find:
5 different dinosaur signs to display on different tables. Print
them out and glue them on some bright colored cardstock.
Laminate and fold to where you see the dinosaur and title of
the activity on both sides.
Equation cards and number cards for each activity .
Print on cardstock, laminate and cut apart.
Recording sheets for each activity . Print the number of copies
you need. I copied the recording sheet for each activity. Then,
I stapled a set for each student. Next, I put it in a special
folder that was labeled with each student’s name.
I differentiated these sheets with some having less equations
to answer than others. Also, there are recording sheets for the
1st grade equations for the Fossil Facts and Stegosaurus
Labels for the students’ folders.
Pair of Dice These can be used for the Brontosaurus Bump It
Sign for your excavation site: This sign is editable.
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