Write in problems you would like your students to learn on the back side of the wheel. For instance, addition or multiplication problems (e.g. 2+3=5 or 2x4=8). Any kind of problem YOU want your students to learn. My students are old enough to write in the problems with me, but if they aren’t you can fill it in and then have photocopied (even if they are older; photocopying is always a good idea).There is space for 10 facts. Then let students color, cut, and assemble. Tips on how to cut the boxes and flap in packaging along with how to use and assemble. These are wonderful for having FUN while learning to memorize a fact. My students LOVE Whirling Wheels!
This set includes 5 wheels as shown on the cover page. A wheel for each day of the week if you choose.
Take Care and Happy Teaching!