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Lucky Little Learners- St. Patrick's Day Math Unit

Grade Levels
PreK - 2nd, Homeschool
Formats Included
  • PDF
Pages
72 pages
$6.00
$6.00
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Description

This unit will be a great addition to your files! It covers math skills with cute St. Patrick's Day graphics!!

Included in the unit:

Make And Solve Addition/ Subtraction Problems:
Students will practice making addition and subtraction problems. Students will use the lime green number cards and the dark green math symbol cards to create and solve their own math problems. Once they have created their problems they will record it on the recording sheet provided.

Addition Cards:
Students will add the numbers together and use a dry erase marker to write their answer on the card! Students will simply wipe off answers after they are done. Cards range from 1+0 to 10+10. This will make it easy for you to differentiate for each students ability level. Blank cards are also included so that they may create their own addition problems!

Subtraction Problems:
Students will subtract the numbers and use a dry erase marker to write their answer on the card! Students will simply wipe off answers after they are done. Cards range from 1 -0 to 10 -10. This will make it easy for you to differentiate for each students ability level. Blank cards are also included so that they may create their own subtraction problems!

Spin and Write Graphs:
Print, laminate and cut out each graphing mat. Students will use a paperclip to spin the spinner on each mat. Students will use a dry erase marker to mark one box for every icon the spinner lands on. Once they have reached the top of one column, they are done. They will then analyze their data and answer the two questions at the bottom of the mat. These graphs are reusable as the answers will be different every time they spin!

Measure and Record:
Print, laminate and cut apart each rectangle. Print and laminate the gold coin measuring stick. Students will use the gold coin stick to measure each picture. Students will record their answers on the recording sheet that is provided. You may also use a ruler to have kids measure each picture. Eight pictures are included with each set.

I hope you and your students enjoy!!
-Elizabeth Hodge

Total Pages
72 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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