This activity is designed for students to practice addition and subtraction using number lines that are both open and closed. Students pick cards and solve the word problems using a number line. A recording sheet is included for students draw their
Fun activity for students to play in a station or center! Students will play the game by having each player draw a card and find the difference in the measurements. The one with the biggest measurement wins that round and gets to keep both cards.
This game allows students to read short passages and determine the author's purpose. As students travel from start to finish, they must find author's purpose when they land on an ice cream sundae. If they are correct, they get to stay in that spot.
This product is a game that can easily be put into a file folder or center. Players try to reach the pirate ship first by correctly reading a quick passage and identifying the author's purpose. An answer key is included. It also includes a
Math game for students to practice one and two step addition and subtraction problems within 100. Meets CC 2.OA.1. Players move through game board answering word problems and completing the work on a recording sheet. First player to Finish wins!
This packet includes:
~Volunteer sign up sheet
~Treasure Box sign up sheet
~2 different Parent Contact Information cards
~Desk Hunt game (supplies and directions)
~ “How I Spent My Summer” student sheet
~Child Information Sheet for
Another edition to an ice cream unit! This is a booklet students can create if you are studying non fiction writing. Includes an idea page if you in need of ideas for how to use. Visit my blog for other ideas:
This activity can be used well in a center. It can fit into a folder if you wish to organize your centers in that way. It has a recording sheet for the students to record their answers once they have matched the word(ice cream scoop) with the part
This is a great center to review antonyms and goes along with any ice cream unit. Designed to fit into a folder. It has a recording sheet for students once they match the pairs up. Please visit my blog for other ideas :
This is another ice cream activity that would work great in a center. It is organized to be placed in a folder. It has a student recording sheet once the matches are all made. For other ideas, visit my blog:
Just in time for the highlight of the football season, here is a freebie for students review word problems (2.OA.1). Great for a math station. Students match up cards and have a recording sheet to show their work. Enjoy!