Base ten blocks are an excellent tool for teaching students the concept of addition or subtraction because they allow children to touch and manipulate something real while learning important skills in mathematics.
Base ten blocks consist of
If you are interested in finding out your student's learning styles based on Gardner's 8 Multiple Intelligences then this survey is appropriate for your class. There are 40 questions aligned with each of the multiple intelligences (musical, spatial,
Use this template with a lesson related to time, in centers, or just for fun. Stamp the numbers 1 through 12 on the clock. Cut and put together the hour and minute hand with a brass fastener.
Materials needed: number stamps (0-9), ink pad,
Classmate themed surveys. Have students survey one another about what their favorite type of fruit, vegetable, junk food, sport, or insect is. Survey can be used for a specific unit/theme, during center activities, a social icebreaker, or free time.
This template makes for a great center idea or lesson activity when teaching addition. All you need is some dominoes and this template for students to work with.
Activity Directions: Place a domino on the empty domino space. Add the number of
This template can be used by students to create an addition or subtraction story problem. Appropriate for when introducing additon or subtraction along with a unit on insects or bugs. Can be used to create a class book. (Increased margin on left
Students may use this worksheet to survey the class to see what kind of insect everyone likes. Insect choices include: Ant, Butterfly, Bee, Dragonfly, Firefly, Wasp, Beetle, Moth, and Ladybug. Remember, an insect has three body parts and six legs.
Allow students to use their hands when introducing addition and make it an edible outcome. Printable (hand)out shows that two parts equal a whole. Students can use candy (M&Ms for example) to make addition sentences placing objects on either hand
Use this template, along with manipulatives, for an addition lesson or a center related activity. For an edible idea use goldfish crackers or gummie worms. Students show that when they combine two parts, it makes a whole.
Pond Addition by Kevin
Game board templates that can be used for any lesson or activity.
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Game Board Template by Kevin Johnson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.