Looking for a fun groundhog day math for February 2nd? This making ten games is a great way to have fun on Groundhog day while sneaking in some practice adding to ten with kindergarten students! Simply print the groundhog day math activities and you are ready to play and learn!
kindergarten kids will love these groundhog themed activity mats! Looking for a fun way to reinforce making ten and counting skills? These puzzle cards will have kids identifying the number and counting on to make ten. The cards are a great way to have the kids practice addition and more, perfect for independent practice and morning tubs.
Print two sets of these cards and laminate them for durability. Print any set you wish according to the needs of your group of students. Have them ready with some mini erasers or dot stickers / markers to show their addition work too.
Use these cards to help kids develop counting on, addition and mathematic skills and strengthen their number knowledge.
Kids need to master their counting and number identification skills as it is a critical component to prepare them for more complex reasoning and mathematic skills.
Introduce the equation cards and show the kids that these cards need to be solved. You could possibly have your kindergarten kids work on easier numbers and the kindergarteners to work on all the other cards. A great way to work on these mats is to create a competition where the kids have to complete all the cards in a group.
This game can also be played as a group, It’ll be even more enjoyable to have the competition game played between groups.
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