This 57 page packet is full of great math activities! Read on for a brief description of each center:
1. Counting Jar (a worksheet for numbers to 6 and 10). I would label lids of small jars with letters and fill each jar with small, fun objects like erasers or buttons. Students write the letter on the jar in the bucket on their worksheet, they draw the correct amount objects from the jar, and write how many objects in the circle. This is excellent as a center and students can do as many jars as they have time for.
2. My Ten Frame Roll. Students roll a die four times. For each roll, they draw the dots on their dice in the square, fill in the tens frame, and write their number on the circle.
3. Domino More and Less (a sheet for choosing the side with more and less). Students copy dominos and color the side with more (or less).
4. Whoo Has Less? A “War” styled partner game with owls and a worksheet. (numbers to 10)
5. Grab A Handful- students grab a handful of objects, write how many, and fill in a ten frame to show how many they grabbed. (numbers to 10)
6. Math Write the Room- (2 options to pick between) Numerals or ten frame cards are hidden around the room. Students search the room looking for the cards. Once they find one, they fill in in their worksheet until they have found all ten. (numbers to 10)
7. Roll and Trace the Numbers- Students roll a dice and trace what they roll on a worksheet
8. Memory (numbers to 10)
9. Transportation Match- Students draw a card, count how many, and record their answer on their worksheet.
10. Unifix Cube Towers- (2 sets of this activity, my students love this!) Students use unifix cubes to cover up pictures of matching colors on their game-board. They then make towers with matching colors. They draw the towers on their worksheet and count how many.
11. Roll and Cover Boards (numbers to 6)
- apples - gingerbread house - flowers
- acorns - snowflakes - ice cream
- ghosts - hearts
- turkey - shamrocks
- Santa hats - eggs
Thanks! Let me know if you have any questions ;)