# Math Center: Winter Facts Frosty Friends

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Engage your students with facts about winter as they explore the adventures of some Frosty Friends! I use these with my gifted and talented 1st and 2nd grade students. They are designed for the 3rd grade average student and will also work with the mathematically challenged 4th or 5th grade student. Please read the sample questions below to determine if they meet your needs.

Skills Reinforced
* addition to 100 with regrouping
* subtraction to 100 with regrouping
* multiplication facts to 9

Possible Uses
* Enrichment
* Homework Packet
* Interactive Math Journals
* Morning Work
?* Math Night
* RtI (Response to Intervention)
* Tutoring
* Work Stations

Example of Less Challenging Question
Frank learned that wind chill is not how cold it really is but the temperature the wind makes it feel. If the temperature is 42 degrees and the wind chill is 27 degrees, what is the difference between the two?

Example of More Challenging Question
Winter usually begins on December 21st and ends on March 19th. How many days are in winter? Use the chart for help.
NOTE... chart is provided.

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10 pages
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