In this activity, the children will be using dominos to create math equations. They will spread out dominos across the table face down. They will pick up a domino and write/draw how many dots are on that domino in the first section. They will use
This is a great worksheet when teaching arrays to your students. It can be used alone or with math centres. This worksheet allows them to make arrays either use dice or playing cards, depending on the activity! For example: if they roll the die
This is a fun math graphing activity that children will love! The students in your class are able to use small boxes Smarties to graph by colour and compare with others in their class. This activity goes well with Halloween!
This is a bundle of 3 math games that use a deck of cards or UNO cards. These are great activities to play and use with math centres. These activities are fun for the children, while learning and practicing their math skills!
This is a great resource for practicing telling time with your students! After printing this worksheet, I suggest laminating the paper or using a transparent file folder to place it in. Students can use dry erase markers to write on it afterwards,
This is a dice activity that helps children learn greater than and less than. Children will be rolling the die, imputing the number rolled into the worksheet, rolling the die again, and imputing the number rolled into the worksheet. The child will
This activity will have the children practicing their money sense, while using ELA sight words. The children will use the money chart to calculate how much each word is worth. After they are done, they will answer the four questions below related to
This is an activity that helps students learn how to create arrays. They will be using hole punches and construction paper to punch arrays and glue them onto the worksheet, while answering the questions to the arrays at the end. I use this activity
For this activity, print off the cards, cut them up and laminate. I use these cards with play-dough or other manipulates, where students will choose a card and create the array with the play dough or pompoms. It's a great way for students to learn
This is a worksheet surrounding ideas that you can do with pumpkins related to math! This includes counting the seeds, seeing if the pumpkin floats, counting how many cubes high it is, counting the lines on the pumpkin, etc. This is a great activity