If a day only comes around one time every four years then it deserves some activities of its own! ***You can use most of these activities every year if you wish!
There is a lot of variation for differentiating according to students’ needs and abilities in this pack.
Included in this unit are three missing number centers that require the students to skip count by 2’s, 3’s, 4’s and 5’s. These centers have corresponding worksheets.
Odd number fill -in
personal goal printable for the next four years
verb synonym printable
number writing printable
Frog counting sticks to assemble and to use with number lines.
Story problems that require students to add 2 and 3 addends and generate their own story problem as well.
Number line activities that require students to find a missing addend or sum. In addition there are number line sheets that require students to add the same digit multiple times (example 4+4+4+4=).
Frog fact activity that requires students to add on the same number (example -A frog has 5 toes. How many toes does a group of 6 frogs have?)
Students will also be required to determine if equations are true or false. Student cut and glue the equations under true or false. Three sets are included.
The first set are double numeral equations such as 12 +12.
The second set are equations that result in the sum of 20 (13+7=20)
The third set are equations that result in sums from 20 to 30.
BUGGED OUT! Is a game for 2-3 players that can be place in a math center. In this game students take turns rolling a die nine times. Players add-on the numbers and record the total with each roll. The student with the most BUGS to feed the frog wins the game!!
FROG LEG craftivity- Students assemble a frog and then determine equations that result in four different sums. There are Three sets of equations for differentiating.
Set 1- equations for sums 10, 11 ,12, 13
Set 2 - equations for sums 14, 15 ,16, 17
Set 3 - equations for sums 18, 19 ,20, 21