5 SPRING THEMED MATH ACTIVITIES INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD:
"Spring 10 More 10 Less Write the Room"
"Froggin' for Related Facts Spinner Activity"
"Addition to 10 Bunny Hop Scoot Game"
"Egg-cited About Doubles Concentration Match Game"
"Roll, Graph, & Tally"
BELOW IS A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF EACH ACTIVITY:
>>>"Spring 10 More 10 Less Write the Room"
Get your students “moving with math” with this fun Write the Room activity. Simply cut apart each card and tape them around your classroom.
Students will travel with their clipboards and solve the problems on their answer sheet. To solve, students should write the number found on the card next to the matching picture (in the middle where it says number) and solve for ten less and ten more. You can choose whether your students will work alone, with a partner, or in small groups.
>>>"Froggin' for Related Facts Spinner Activity"
This Related Facts Spinner Game is perfect for your math centers or tubs! Or you can print enough for a whole group activity. A fabulous addition to your fact family unit.
To play, simply provide your students with one paper clip, a pencil, and the activity sheet. Students will hold their pencil and paper clip on the spinner with one hand, and spin the paper clip with the other.
Students will spin the paper clip twice, recording the numbers as an addition sentence and then constructing a matching subtraction sentence from the same fact family.
INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD:
4 templates (2 with 5 problems & 2 with 10 problems)
>>>"Addition to 10 Bunny Hop Scoot Game"
Scoot is one of my favorite games AND ways to get my kiddos moving!! In this Bunny Scoot game, students will solve addition problems. This is a wonderful way to build fluency!! The problems are addition facts up to 10.
Copy and cut apart the cards and place them on student desks. Depending on the number of students you have, you can have two cards on a desk or simply remove the extra and white out that space on the Scoot Sheet before you copy.
Students will travel to each desk for an allotted time (I usually set my timer for 1 min) and solve the math problem on their Scoot Sheet. An answer key is provided for the teacher so that students can check their answers at the end of the game.
>>>"Egg-cited About Doubles Concentration Match Game"
This math concentration game is the perfect way to get your students practicing their doubles facts (1-12)! Perfect for your Easter or Spring themed math centers! Here's how you play:
Number of players: 2
First, print and cut apart the cards. Laminate for maximum durability! Print however many copies you wish to use. You can print one or two copies to put in a math center or tub. Or you may wish to print half the number of your students, for whole group practice.
Give a set of egg cards to each group. Students will lay all the cards face down and take turns trying to find a match (a doubles equation with the correct answer). Once a match has been made, the student may collect the cards. The player with the most cards at the end of the game is a winner!
>>>"Spring Roll, Graph, & Tally"
Students will roll the Spring dice (10 times more or less) and chart their results on the bar graph and tally sheet. Students will answer the questions under "analyze" and fill in the greater than, less than, or equal to section under the tally chart.