This geometry game can be used for a math center. Students pick a shape to collect. Then roll a die to move to the spaces. Students have to collect all four of the same shape in the four different colors and orientations in order to win.
In this 20 lesson unit students will be able to learn about and be authors of fairy tales. The lessons are in the LEARN format and are geared towards writers workshop with a ten minute mini lesson and then send students off to apply their knowledge
Write the room with patterns is a fun math center or math assessment. After the cards are laminated and cut, place them around the room for the students to find. Students will find each pattern card and extend the pattern using the recording sheet
Assessment Packet includes famous Americans, American symbols, past and present, needs and wants, maps and globs, citizenship, relative location, and community helpers. Assessments types include tic tac toe boards, picture multiple choice, listen
Guess What is played exactly like Guess Who but with objects that represent shapes. Guess What will get your students talking about shapes and using math vocabulary. Students will use language such as: “Does your object have four corners? Does your
Math assessment units include: sorting, counting by 5’s and 10’s, more and less, addition, subtraction, patterns, money, data, geometry, telling time, measurement, and fractions. Use these assessments as pre or post assessments. The quizzes are
Race to Build the Pattern helps students practice extending color patterns. Directions: On each game board there are two patterns, one for each player. Players take turns spinning the spinner and racing to extend their pattern. The first one to