Snowball Bump Math Game

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  1. Even though winter can be cold and snowy, these activities are ready to warm up some learning! Make hot cocoa following the counting recipe cards, set up a hot cocoa stand, build and stack snowmen out of ping pong balls, discover which animals are hibernating, skate through letter formation practice
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Spin the spinner and place a snowball (ping pong ball or pompom) in the paint tray palette or the game board. But watch out, if your opponent spins the same number, your "snowball" will get bumped off! Such an engaging and fun way to practice number identification in different ways: numerals, ten frames, tally marks, dice, and counting fingers. Perfect for a winter theme! Don't forget to check out the rest of the activities in my winter bundle!

Includes (color only):

  • Snowball Bump Game Mat with numbers 1-10
  • 5 different spinners (numerals, ten frames, tally marks, dice, and counting fingers)
  • number dials (to place in the center of the circular paint tray palette)

Materials needed for this activity:

  • blue and white ping pong balls or pompoms
  • Optional: circular paint tray palette with 10 wells (if using ping pong balls)
  • cookie sheet
  • magnetic spinners

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).


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