What Does the Fox Say?
11 Games, 4 Spinners, & 2 Number Lines
This is a set of 11 games with: Addition, Subtraction, Comparing Numbers, Tracing Numbers, Recognizing Numbers, Number Words, Shapes, and Ordering Numbers.
Spinners and a number line is included.
Roll, Add, and Color
Roll 2 dot or number dice. Add the 2 numbers and color the fox that shows the sum. This can be played individually or in small group as a game. The children will take turns rolling. The first child to color all of the foxes wins. Number lines are included if needed.
Spin, Subtract 1, Color
Spin the 1 – 9 spinner. Subtract 1 from the number spun. Color the fox that shows the answer. This can be played individually or in a small group as a game. The children will take turns spinning. The first child to color all the foxes wins.
What does the fox say? <, =, or >
Roll a 1 – 6 number cube, spin the 1 – 10 spinner, or spin the 11 – 19 spinner. Write one number on the tail of each fox. Compare the 2 numbers. Write <, =, or > in the speech balloon. The number line can be used to compare numbers.
What Does the Fox Say? Race to Trace
There are 2 different Race to Trace activities. One of the activities is with the numbers 1 – 6. The other activity works with the numbers 1 – 9. Roll a 1 – 6 dot cube or number cube. Trace the number that is rolled.
For the 1 -9 activity, spin the 1 – 9 spinner. These activities can be played as a game in which the children take turns. The first person tracing all their numbers wins. It also can be played individually.
What is the Number?
There are 2 different ‘What Does the Number Say?’ activities. One uses the numbers 1-6. Roll a 1 – 6 dot cube. Count the dots and color the paw print that shows the sum. The other activity uses the numbers 1 – 10. Spin the spinner. Color the number spun. The children take turns spinning. They will name the number that they spun. The first child to color all the foxes wins. It can also be played individually.
What Does the Word Say?
There are 2 different ‘What does the word say?’ (Number Words one – six) Roll a number die. Color the paw print that shows the number spun. This can be played as a game with the children taking turns rolling. The child will read the number word before coloring. The child that colors all of the paw prints first wins. This game can be played individually too. The other game uses the number words one – ten. Use the 1 – 10 spinner and play as above.
2D or 3D?
Spin the 2D or 3D spinner. If it lands on 2D, point to a 2D shape, name the shape, and color it. If it lands on 3D, point to a 3D shape, name the shape, and color it. The first child to color all their shapes first wins. This can be played individually too. Have the children write either 2D or 3D on the shape before coloring it. You can also use a wooden cube and write 2D on 3 faces and 3D on the other 3 faces.
Roll a 1-6 die, spin the 1 – 10 spinner, or the 11 – 20 spinner 4 times and write the numbers on the four lines in the speech balloon. If you roll a number already rolled, spin again. Order the numbers and write them on the paw prints from smallest to largest.