Math Vocabulary Riddle Activities
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Build and practice your students' math vocabulary with this set of 20 riddle cards and related activities for math tools and terms. Solve a riddle a day to give your students daily practice with both math vocabulary and comprehension skills like inferring, & identifying key ideas.
Here are some ideas for using these math riddle vocabulary riddles in kindergarten and first grade!
* To introduce new math vocabulary as you begin a new topic or lesson. Starting measurement? Read and solve a riddle together like "ruler" or "calendar".
* As a whole class or small group activity, to demonstrate how to integrate the information in the clues and use the information to eliminate incorrect choices
* As a pocket chart center read, solve, and match activity
* As a small group or math center game, with the board game that is included (uses the same vocabulary).
* As the basis for a riddle writing activity using the included template
* Connect math and literacy with the picture/word matching cards set that's included in this resource!
Here's the math vocabulary included in this resource!
Here's what a teacher like you said about these math activities!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ DeAnne said, "I pull these out a few times a week and have the students try to solve them using their white boards. Then, I display the answer on the overhead projector. The students love doing this. I've gone through all the cards and now am repeating them. They still get so excited every time I pull them out."
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