|We have practiced a lot of graphing lately. We have graphed things from stories we've read, our likes and dislikes, Last week we studied Eric Carle/Insects...I had a mason jar with plastic insects and we estimated then counted the insects daily...we then compared the results at the end of the week. One of the math tub games for this week was a pattern block graphing game. The students had to flick the spinner (q-tip stick/paperclip) and then graph/fill in the shape they landed on. Instead of laminating, I used a plastic page protector.|
This print out was free from:
This set on teachers pay teachers is great because it also comes with other activities such as a shape tally..We've been doing a daily tally that goes along with our date/number of the day.
|This is a big/little number dice roll game. Students roll two dice then write the bigger number under the big frog, and the smaller number under the small frog. They did very well! This was also free and it is from:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Big-and-Little-Frogs-Number-Dice-Game|
I can change the clip art and make it a new game.
|My assistant played this game with one of the groups. |
It is free from:
The students have to match the number on the dice card, to the written number, to the number symbol, and to the tally.
At the end, they practice writing a number in three different ways. The free download comes with that sheet also.
|This is a roll, color, count game I found for free from:|