"Making a 10", we are all focused on this activity as we push our way into Common Core.
As a primary teacher, I am always searching for Math
Center games and worksheets that are easy to explain, fun to play, and have good fundamental skills embedded within the activity.
I'm a huge fan of number sense activities and games that
build upon number relationships. It is my goal to provide fun
daily activities that will push my students towards number
automaticity. Dice Dots is a fun way to build upon these number relationships. I like to organize these activities at a parent or student teacher table. I have added the 7, 8, and 9 dot cards so that you
can play with all the different combinations for making a
10. I suggest printing 2-3 sets of the Dice Dot cards on
cardstock and then laminating them for future use.
There are 5 games on the Dice Dot Menu. All games are in order of Level of Difficulty.I have also included individual direction sheets for each center game so that you can display them in an 8X10 frame
or on a binder ring.
Amanda Keeton 2013