Here’s a quick, easy and fun “color me” spiderweb math game
; simply print the web squares on white paper then trim.
Younger children choose a partner and take turns rolling ONE dice, whatever number they roll, is how many sections on their web they count
, then color in.
So that their webs look bright and colorful, encourage children to use a variety of colors of crayons or markers.
I’ve purposely made the spider web pattern small (6 on a page), for quick coloring.
If you want to practice patterning,
have children choose 3 colors and show an ABC-ABC pattern
going down each “triangular” section of the web.
Older students can practice their addition
skills by rolling TWO dice and then adding them together.
I’ve included a worksheet
for them to record
their equations & solutions
The 1st one to color in their web, or the one with the most colored-in when the timer rings, is the winner.
This makes a fun activity for your Halloween party day
Completed projects look cute scattered on a bulletin board
Arrange them around the “We’re Caught in a Web of Learning!”
poster, which is included in the packet.
For that “Awww” factor, have students glue their school photograph in their web.
Older students can also “guess-timate”
how many sections they think are in the web, and how they figured out their answer.
Include these worksheets
in your display.
For extra pizzazz add some “real” spiderwebs. The Dollar Store sells a bag of the white, pull-apart ones, which can be hung in each corner.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy practicing their math skills with this spiderweb game
, as much as mine do.
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