Showing posts with label math center activity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label math center activity. Show all posts

FREE Types of Triangles Game

3 Types of Triangles

Equilateral
Scalene
Isosceles

I swear...
I never spell isosceles correctly the first time.

I put together a fun and easy dice game for the three types of triangles. It is a B*a*S*i*C  game, but it serves the purpose of reinforcing these three triangles. Yes, I know you can have an acute, right, and obtuse triangle, too, but this game doesn't cover those. Oh well.

This will work perfectly as a math center activity.

If you would like to try it with your students, print it for FREE.  Just click below.






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Money File Folder Game

Money File Folder Game

Show me the money!
(that saying is so overused)

We don't really talk too much about money in fourth grade other than when we connect it to our lessons on decimals or when adding and subtracting larger number using a dollar sign and decimal point.  With that said, I have sort of been on a decimal point kick, so when I saw these cute litle money graphics I decided to buy them and put together a counting money game.  Get all of the details at my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Remember, just copy, cut, laminate, and put the game in a file folder. I have done the hours of work. So easy for you!





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Addition and Subtraction File Folder Game

Addition and Subtraction File Folder Game

Not sure why, but this is one of my favorite themes I  have used for a game.  I just love these monsters.  They are so colorful and fun!  I decided to use them for an addition and subtraction game.  As always, my games work great in file folders. In this game, students will draw a card and give the missing number for addition and subtraction problems.  Students then get to move around the adorable monster game board. To learn more about this addition and subtraction game, visit my Teachers Pay Teachers Store.

Addition and Subtraction File Folder Game


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Fraction File Folder Game

Another Fraction Activity

You can usually get an idea of what's going on in my classroom by taking a look at what I'm making. I bought the cutest pizza graphics the other day, and since we are still on fractions (will be for a tad longer... I'm sure you can relate to that), I made another fraction game.  This is a game where students name the improper fraction for the pizza, as well as name the mixed number.  If they get the answer correct, they will move around the themed pizza board.  Your students are sure to have fun playing this fraction game.  It works great for a math center or a Friday game day.  Get all the details by visiting my Teachers Pay Teachers store.



Click HERE to read about some other fraction activities.

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Printable Hundred's Charts

Themed Hundred's Counting Chart

Chart....
Board....
Whatever you want to call them.  They equal 100.

I have put together some themed hundred's boards for my TpT store.  With the 100th day of school coming up, it seemed fitting. These boards can be used for lots of different things.  For starters, use them with your preK-K students to assess their progress of couting to 100.  Use them for holidays or with specific units.  For example, use the heart board for Valentine's Day.  Use it as a math center activity, and have the students use candy hearts to place over each heart on the chart as they count aloud or with a friend. This would be a great little 'what do I do when I am done activity' for the little ones.  Put a laminated counting board in a baggie with one hundred manipulatives (cubes, Hershey Kisses, candy hearts, etc.) and the kids can grab it from a basket and take it to their seat to practice counting.  
There are a hundred ways you could use these boards!
As always, be creative!

Click here: Themed Hundred's Charts



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