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.
Genius! Thanks for sharing! My class will love it!ReplyDelete
EEEKKK....I love it! Sending your blog address to my kindergarten team!ReplyDelete
Thank you! I will be able to use this with one of my math groups.ReplyDelete
The Teaching Chameleon
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!ReplyDelete
This is GREAT!! Thanks for sharing:)ReplyDelete
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Just found you & LOVE your ideas! Did I miss a link to follow by email?
just found your blog! thanks for the cute freebie!ReplyDelete
Thank you! My class will like this bowling worksheet!ReplyDelete
How adorable! I just loved bowling when i was younger. Thanks for brinking a memory with the fun! PaulaReplyDelete
Games such as Twister, which encourage manual dexterity and strengthen balance, help kids coordinate the body with the brain and experiment with how the two entities cooperate.ReplyDelete