Snowball fights are all the rage right now.... if you are living in the north or east of the USA, that is! Why not bring in a little of the outdoors to math?
I have created 5 different math activities to have students use crumbled paper as snowballs. For each snowball game, I have a recording sheet to use, if needed. For each activity, I give a few suggestions to how to use in the classroom to make it fun and exciting!
Skip Counting (2 versions; 1 under 100, 1 over 100)
+/- 10 and +/- 100
Triple Digit Addition (no regrouping)
Triple Digit Addition (WITH regrouping)
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Math Let's Have A Snowball Fight-MATH Edition!
Make sure to check out and follow my blog for a peek inside my classroom to see how we used these (but this is my first grade version as I have no pictures of my second grade ones) : SNOWBALL FIGHTS IN THE CLASSROOM!