Today I'm sharing some easy and fun ideas you can incorporate into your classroom this season! I hope you and your students LOVE them! Don't forget to scroll down and grab your Pumpkin Doubles FREEBIE before you head out :) Happy Fall Y'all!!!
Roll & Cover is one of my favorite games for practicing math fluency! It's the perfect game for math stations, centers, and an easy pick-up game for fast finishers or if you have a few minutes of time to fill. Students roll two dice, add, and cover the number. Use seasonal erasers or any other fun items you have on hand to make this game even more fun! Students can play on their own or in groups of two. When playing against a partner, students take turns rolling and play until the board is covered.
There are 30 seasonal templates included in this set, each one unique, but each one contains the same focus -> addition to 12. Click HERE to view this item on Teachers Pay Teachers or click the photo below :)
What's in the Witch's Brew? Place the printable cards inside a cauldron and have students solve to see what the witch is cooking up! Perfect for centers or stations! You could also hang the cards around the room and have your students walk around to solve!
How many spider legs does she have? What about mouse whiskers or rotten acorns?! Your students will love this fun Halloween themed math activity.
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Included in this download:
Halloween Math Riddles and Jokes for 1st and 2nd Grade!
Celebrate the month of October with these FUN and ENGAGING Halloween math riddles & jokes: Give your students a PURPOSE in math! Sometimes math practice sheets can be repetitive and boring. But not these practice pages!! Each page has a Halloween themed joke/riddle and in order for your students to learn the answer, they must solve the math problems given.
The FIRST GRADE MATH RIDDLES include 8 different math riddles (each a different joke!) with the following skills:
* Counting to 120
* Adding to 10
* Missing Part to 12
The SECOND GRADE MATH RIDDLES include 7 different math riddles (each a different joke!) with the following skills:
* Counting up to 1000
* 2 Digit Addition (no regrouping)
* 2 Digit Subtraction (no regrouping)
* 2 Digit Mixed Addition/Subtraction (no regrouping)
No Prep Sub Plans for FALL
Speaking of MATH RIDDLES.... if your kiddos love them, don't miss these "No Prep Emergency Sub Plans" for the book "Stellaluna."
Just print and copy!! A whole day centered around this amazing story and a great addition to any bat unit!! Perfect for K-2 Classrooms. All you need to leave your sub is a copy of "Stellaluna" and my packet!! It couldn't be easier.
This packet includes a Sub Plan Overview Template & Instructions for each activity. Just print and circle which activity you'd like your sub to complete with your class. I have created a few options for each subject so that you may choose which is appropriate for your students. You'll find engaging activities for Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Word Work!
Here's some MORE No Prep options for the fall season!
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SCOOT Games - Get those kiddos moving!
Math Scoot is one of my favorite games AND ways to get my kiddos moving!! Great for building math fluency and reviewing facts.
Copy and cut apart the cards and place one on each of your students' desks. Depending on the number of students you have, you can have two cards on a desk or simply remove the extra and white out that space on the Scoot Sheet before you copy.
Students will travel to each desk for an allotted time (1 minute timer - adjust as needed) and solve the math problem on their Scoot Sheet. An answer key is provided for the teacher. Place the answer sheet on the overhead at the end for students to quickly check their answers. It's such a fun and easy way to practice math facts!
Click the links below for whichever skill your students need!
These clip cards are SO easy and simple to incorporate into your classroom! Morning work, math centers, exit tickets, or fast finishers are just a few of the ways you can use them. Simply print them out and supply clothespins. Your students will clip the answer. They also work great for small groups and intervention.
These Telling Time Clip It Cards are for telling time to the hour and half hour. There are 24 cards in all. Grab them HERE or by clicking the image below!
Perfect for math stations or centers, these doubles fact cards are just the right size for mini pumpkins. Print and attach to the bottom of your mini pumpkins for a fun twist on the old favorite “Match” game. If you don’t have mini pumpkins, no worries, you can still play with just the cards face down.
Number of Players: 2
Directions: Students will sit face to face, placing the pumpkins between them in rows (without looking at the bottoms). Player 1 will turn over two pumpkins looking to make a match. If a match is made, the player collects the pumpkins. If a match is not made, the player will place the pumpkins back. The game is over when all pumpkins have been matched.
This download covers doubles (1-12) and includes a recording page. Click HERE or the pic below to grab yours!
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