Kmart in the Classroom - Games Edition
What educators are saying
I love using games in my classroom. They bring interactivity and a sense of excitement to student's learning. Kmart is seriously the best place to buy board games and hands on equipment from, then using these worksheets to complement Math and English lessons is ideal.
This packet is a compilation of the different ways I have used this equipment successfully with my own classes. The activities included support the following games/resources that I purchased from Kmart Australia:
⚀ Who Is It? (number recognition, fractions, time, money - US and AUS, angles and 2D/3D shapes)
⚁ Don’t Fall Down (graphing plus blank colour coded task cards with suggestions of use)
⚂ Noughts and Crosses (tallying, graphing, multiplication)
⚃ Tumbling Towers (nouns, verbs and adjectives, sight words, times tables plus additional suggestions of use with corresponding spinners)
⚄ Mini Bowling (subtraction, addition, multiplication, greater than/less than)
⚅ Pizza Erasers (fractions)
For every Kmart Australia game referred to, a page of notes, instructions and photos of use in action are included, as well as recording sheets with hands on practical activities that your class will love!
Most of these activities can be used straight away with minimal prep. Just grab your already owned copy of the game, copy the recording sheets and go!
UPDATED* Due to a teacher request, I have now added in a PowerPoint file along with the original .pdf so that you can create your own 'Who Is It?' cards. Understandably due to clipart restrictions the other pages cannot be supplied as editable.
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