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This set of Valentine's Day math games will bring some peace, quiet, and MATH LEARNING to your first grade classroom right when you need it, in the busy month of February!
This set of ten one-page games for first grade math will give your students a fun format for practice.
Each of these easy prep games is just a single page, with no cards to print and cut. Plus, each game also comes in a blackline option. That means you’ll save time AND ink!
Skills included in this set are addition, subtraction, skip counting by tens across the decades, three addends, sums of ten, and two-digit place value.
How will you use these games?
♦ Fill your math centers with solid math practice – holiday style!
♦ Have a Fun Friday Valentines Math Festival! Make multiple copies of the games and have your students move around to play different games with different partners.
♦ Use them in Morning Tubs.
♦ The varying levels in the addition and subtraction games make these perfect for interventionists – easy differentiation! Several of the games include a number line right on the board for additional support.
♦ Are you a math tutor? Add these to your collection to play as a reward after a job well done! The boards are easy to transport in a file folder.
♦ Perfect for homeschoolers, too!
♦ Your students will even love to play these games during indoor recess!
♦ Add fun and variety by using mini-erasers or small holiday trinkets or gumdrops as playing pieces. Or let each player build a unique piece with red, white, and pink mini interlocking building blocks!
♦ Will you be out of your classroom for a day this month? These games are an easy addition to your substitute plans! Print up a pile of the black and white versions and have your students color them. Then choose partners and play each others' games!
Download the preview to get a free 120 chart for students who need a bit of extra support!
Here's what a teacher like you said about this set of games: "Great activities for a day where you need to change the pace but still keep them learning."
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