Table Of Contents
1.Little Pig's Houses-Measure the Little Pig's houses using a ruler and then record the answer using inches.
2.Numbers In A Haystack-Write the correct numbers on the haystack placing numbers that come before, after, and in between.
3.Fact Family Houses-Each pig's house has three numbers and a recording sheet to write fact families using the numbers on the house.
4.Fact Family Pigs-Each pig has three numbers and a place on the pig to write the fact families using the numbers on the pig. There is also a page of pigs without numbers for you to program the numbers you would like to use.
5.Addition and Subtraction Concentration--With a partner, match the number sentence(addition and subtraction) to the correct answer and then write the number sentence with the answer on the recording sheet. Two sets of cards- addition and subtraction to ten, and addition and subtraction to twenty.
6.Builders Place Value-Help the pig get the straw ready to build her house. The game is played with a partner reviewing tens and ones place value.
7.Calendar Task Cards and blank calendar-This can be programmed to use for any month-students fill in the calendar for the month and then complete the task cards by writing the answers on the recording sheet.
8.What Time Is It?-A telling time game that focuses on telling time in 5 minute intervals. This game is played with a partner.
9.What Time Is It Worksheet- After finishing the game, students draw hands on the clock to show the correct time.
This was developed to use when reading the story "The Three Little Pigs" to my class. It could be used as Math Stations, in a small group, as a whole group, or as a needs based lesson.
The Three Little Pigs Math Activities by Teresa Williams is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License