St.Patrick;s Day Math
Skip Count SPIN & SMILE 2 Versions Spin 2 Spinners, #1 for counting pattern Spin #2 for starting number Record starting with your starting number and complete the skip counting pattern.
Subtrahend Booklet 7 pages Make a Missing Subtrahend Book! That sneaky leprechaun scrambled up the subtrahends
in each math fact. Cut along the black line, cut and match the correct subtrahend to the Correct problem! Parts of a the subtraction problem are defined on The front of the book
Spin 20- match the time with a clock on the graph, color a box above that clock. Spin 20 times to see which column has the most or until a column reaches the top. Can also be played against a partner
Time to ½ Hour Match the digital clock to the analog clock.
Time to ¼ Hour Cut apart all pieces. Match the digital clock
Number Forms Puzzle Cut apart all pieces. Match 3 ways to represent the same number. Recording sheet is provided.
Number of the Day- Differentiated , decorated with St. Patrick’s theme , number space is blank
Even Odd Punch Cards-Trace, color, and write words in middle. Students do the mental math on the fact along the borders. After that,
there are 2 options: students can use a hole punch to punch the even sums along the edge, or if each card is laminated they can use
a dry erase marker to cross off the “even sum”
Roll, Write- Differentiated! . Students can play by themselves or with a partner. If playing by themselves, students can play until they reach the top or fill the whole board. With a partner, the student who fills a whole column first wins! Roll die, find the appropriate column, write an addition or subtraction fact whose difference or sum would be the answer to what was rolled. (ex. If student rolls a 6 they could write 12-6 in the 6 column