Monday, April 16, 2012

Subtraction Game Freebie


My awesome student teacher, Leah, found a fun subtraction game on-line the other day.  Of course, as a kindergarten teacher, my first question is. . . .can we make it cuter?  Of course we can!  We took the idea of the game she found and created this fun worksheet/center activity.  Kids roll a dice, fill in the blank, cross out the pins, and fill in the answer.  Easy and fun way to practice subtraction using pictures.



14 comments:

  1. Genius! Thanks for sharing! My class will love it!

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  2. EEEKKK....I love it! Sending your blog address to my kindergarten team!

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  3. Thank you! I will be able to use this with one of my math groups.

    Colleen
    The Teaching Chameleon

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  4. The Meijer by me has their Easter stuff marked down (of course). They have a bunny bowling game that has a little ball and 10 little bowling pins. This is a perfect printable to go with it. Thank you so much!

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  5. This is GREAT!! Thanks for sharing:)

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  7. ooops wrong email....smskdg@hotmail.com

    Just found you & LOVE your ideas! Did I miss a link to follow by email?

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  8. just found your blog! thanks for the cute freebie!

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  9. Thank you! My class will like this bowling worksheet!
    Janet
    Bloominginkindergarden.blogspot.com

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  10. How adorable! I just loved bowling when i was younger. Thanks for brinking a memory with the fun! Paula

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