Álvaro Ardilla and his friends are busy preparing for winter, and they need your students' help!
Practice place value skills and addition in this innovative, cooperative game, which can be used over and over again all throughout autumn!
: 100% Spanish, and suitable for dual language, dual immersion, bilingual, and native Spanish-speaking classrooms
How It Works:
A student rolls the die (teachers have five options of dice to use) and then spins the spinners for the categories that come up on the die. Different levels use units, tens, hundreds, and up to hundred thousands; you choose which to use for your students! Once they spin the spinner, they collect place value discs that represent the quantity spun, and place them on their game board. Then they compose the number to show how many acorns they collected that turn! Each player takes three turns, and then they add up how many acorns they collected all together! A recording sheet is provided, which can be run off and turned in each time, or placed in a page protector to use over and over!
Aligned to CCSS and TEKS standards for grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 (see preview for specific standards)
There are THREE different levels included in this resource, so it can be used from FIRST - FOURTH grades. It also allows easy differentiation.
Cooperative game perfect for centers or math workshop rotations. Includes place value disc manipulatives that can be used with this and any other lesson on place value!
Both color AND black and white printing options are included!
PLEASE LOOK AT THE PREVIEW TO SEE EVERYTHING INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE!
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