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Leprechaun Trap Pixel Art Math for St. Patrick's Day | Addition with 3 Addends

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6 PDF + 4 Google Sheets
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1. 1st grade pixel art math bundle! Practice first grade math skills to AUTO-GENERATE one of 45 pixel art holiday-themed images in Google™ Sheets (or Microsoft Excel™) plus a "secret message" in each set.That's a total of 540 self-checking math problems!★ This is a GROWING BUNDLE. 1 additional set will
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Description

St. Patrick's Day pixel art math addition practice featuring leprechaun traps!! Have students practice solving addition number sentences with 3 addends to AUTO-GENERATE one of 5 pixel art images in Google™ Sheets (or Microsoft Excel™) plus a "secret message."

Low Prep: Just assign the sheet in Google Classroom. Each sheet includes all 5 images; students click the tabs at the bottom to advance to the next pixel image. There are 12 math problems per image to solve.

Differentiated: Includes 4 levels - choose 1 to assign:

• Adding 3 Numbers: Sums Thru 15
• Adding 3 Numbers: Sums Thru 25
• Adding 3 Numbers: Sums Thru 50
• Adding 4 Numbers: Sums Thru 50

Editable: The sheet can be easily edited - just change the problems and answers on the Answer Key sheet - no coding needed!

Self-checking: As students solve the problems in Column A, by typing their answers in Column B, a mystery pixel art image is revealed, piece by piece. Students will know they have typed the correct answer if they see pixels appearing!

This SAME set of images is available to purchase in 5 versions:

• Coming Soon

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Total Pages
6 PDF + 4 Google Sheets
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Solve word problems that call for addition of three whole numbers whose sum is less than or equal to 20, e.g., by using objects, drawings, and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.