Friday, July 8, 2011

It's Freebie Friday!

Happy Friday!

These are two of the games we play in one of our math units. The focus of the games is to help students explore combinations of numbers. We use 2 colored counters with both games. I fancied up the recording sheets so I could share them with you. You can click on the images below to download the games.  I love comments and new followers!  If it's your first visit, please consider following.



Enjoy your weekend! 

14 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing both of these math activities! They are great and fit right in with what we do at the beginning of the year! What math series does your district use?

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  2. Grabbed these up from you. Thanks so much. I am a new follower. This will be great as I already have those red/yellow counters!
    BusyBees

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  3. Love this activity! In the process of organizing my math materials this week I "discovered" 2 HUGE unopened bags of yellow/red counters! Can't wait to try this out

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  4. Thank you for sharing these activities.

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  5. Thanks! We do the same game with pennies and do "Heads and Tails". This will be a great variation to use with my kids!

    Also, silly question...I'm just learning to make my own worksheets and activities. What do you use to create yours? Publisher? Thanks! :)

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  6. Very Cute :) I thought you were not until before school starts, glad I looked at TBA yesterday!

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  7. Thank you for sharing! I will definitely use this.

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  8. Thanks! The first game reminds of Spill the Counters. Heidi at Swamp Frog First Graders has Spill the Counters gameboards for other combinations. You may be able to use some of hers, too, for differentiation.

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  9. Thank you!! I actually have 2 colored chips!! woohoo! ;)

    Hadar

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  10. This is great for the beginning of the year. Thanks for sharing

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  11. I love your blog! I just found it tonight and will definitely be following! You have a lot of really neat stuff! I am in my senior year of the teaching program and totally obsessed with reading blogs right now! I'm designing my own and hope to have things to share soon.

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  12. Just came across your blog! I am new to first grade so I am excited to follow you for some more great ideas! Love these games for number combinations! Thank you!

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