How is your summer going? My mother-in-law and I took the kids to the county fair a few days ago. Little man may be 3 feet tall at the doctor’s office, but he wouldn’t stand up straight at the fair so the only ride he managed was in the stroller – boo!
Anyhow, I’m back today to participate in another #2forTuesday deal. Today’s math packs are great for math centers, fast finishers, or guided math rotations.
First up is In the Math Mix. The math games and centers in this pack target addition and subtraction, counting and comparing coin combinations up to $1, and working with a hundreds chart (1-100 or 1-120). These math games and centers were created to use with my second graders at the beginning of the year, but many of the skills could work well with first graders, too.
Here’s a peek at the addition and subtraction games:
You’ll also find ways to get your students comfortable with the hundreds chart:
Also included are games to practice counting and comparing coin combinations:
Next up is Math Mania. These math games & centers target addition and subtraction facts, telling time, counting coin combinations, and comparing coin totals. I use them with my second graders in the fall. The games/centers could also be used with first grade students or third graders who need to review these skills.
Students can practice addition and subtraction using these math fact sorts:
I love to make math fact practice fun, so I’ve also included two games in this pack: Cover-Up (not shown here) and Take 10:
Students will also practice counting and comparing coin combinations:
You’ll also find telling time practice. The game has times to the quarter hour, to the 5-min interval, and to the minute. I was able to use these games all year long!
You can find these packs on sale today along with many other great deals. Head over to TpT and search #2forTuesday.
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