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Pumpkin Sums - a Free Pumpkin Addition Sport

September 2, 2020
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Pumpkin buzz practicing is also fun! This super cute, clever, and hands-on math activity is perfect for preschool, preschool, kindergarten, and first grade kids. Just download the free print version Pumpkin addition game So that students have fun adding something within 10 with this math game perfect for October and November pumpkin themes.

Pumpkin humming game

We love having fun learning with exciting learning activities! This educational math game for preschoolers, kindergarten teachers and 1st grade students. This low preparation Pumpkin humming game is perfect to practice adding alone or with a friend within 10 years. Pumpkin add-on game is a free printable math game for kindergarten and first graders where they can practice adding numbers 1-10 while having fun with a pumpkin or thanksgiving festival.

Whether you're a parent, a teacher, or a homeschooler, you will love this free math activity, perfect for math centers, extra practice, and complementary math skills improvement activities.

Pumpkin addition game

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Fun pumpkin math activity for kindergarten and first graders to practice adding and fluent math in the fall

Pumpkin addition

First, print out the pumpkin game board and spinner in color on cardboard. Cut out the spinner and assemble it by attaching the sheet to the center of the spinner with a brad. Now print out a black and white worksheet with the additional sums pumpkin patch for each player.

FREE printable pumpkin to practice adding within 10 years with kindergarten teachers and first graders in October and November

Pumpkin Patch Math Game

Students move around the game board with a marker (we like to use Lego minifigures) by turning the spinner and moving the appropriate number. Wherever you land, that is total. Students color a pumpkin on their pumpkin patch worksheet that contains the same total. The game continues to the next person. Keep turning and moving around the game board until you walk through the colorful path and see who has the most pumpkins in their swatch. Or, you can play until one person has inked their entire pumpkin patch.

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