# Spaghetti Factory Math and Reading Skills

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With this Spaghetti Factory Math and Reading Pack you will get

**20 Spaghetti Diner Orders (#1-12)
Directions:
Cut yarn into different spaghetti size lengths .
Cut red felt into a “splat” of sauce shape.
Cut strips of yellow yard for cheese.

Organize all your supplies. Have your kiddos start filling those orders, while working on their numbers!!
*These order cards work on numbers 1-12

**Open and Closed Signs

**Coloring and Tracing Sheet

**Drawing Sheet

**Meatball Ten Frame Cards
Directions:
Have your students draw a ten frame card. Then count out the amount of meatballs shown on the card. They will then place the corresponding number of meatballs on the ten frame.

*This includes ten frame cards with the number of meatballs shown and a set without the meatballs shown.

Directions
Have your students draw a ten frame card addition card. Then count out the amount of meatballs shown on each part of the equation. They will then place the corresponding number of meatballs on the ten frame and add up the total.

You can laminate these cards so they can write their answers right on the card!

*This includes 24 addition fact cards with ten frame.

**Nonstandard Spaghetti Noodle Measurement

Have students lay out meatballs to measure each strand of spaghetti to measure how many meatballs long each is.

They then write their answers in the meatball at the end of the line of spaghetti.

This includes 10 different spaghetti strands to measure.

**Meatball Match
You can use these cards in many ways. One activity you could use these for is counting practice. Students can read the number on the card, place the correct number of meatballs on each card.

You could also print 2 copies of the cards and have students lay them out and flip them over to find the match of each number.

**Meatball ABC Match
Have your child draw a letter card. Say the name, and then cover that letter on their meatball letter sheet with a pom pom meatball.

You can have your child match upper case to lowercase or uppercase to uppercase and lowercase to lowercase.

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