Cut the hats off of the groundhogs to make puzzles or Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games. Includes a blank set + "Kaboom" cards to add more excitement to your games.
Help reinforce counting to 10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip counting by 10's to 100, with these Groundhog Day-themed puzzles.
These 9 Chinese-themed puzzles will help your students practice counting forwards, backwards and by 10's. Includes 3 blank templates for your kiddos to place pieces on, or to make a flip booklet. They make a nice independent center for your Chinese New Year celebration, or challenge students to pick a partner to play against, and see who can complete their puzzle first.
Help students learn to count backwards from 10 to 0, forwards from 1-10, or skip count by 10's to 100. You can laminate and use them as an independent 100-Day center or run off copies for each child to take one home for more practice.
For some extra math fun on 100-Day, students use a highlighter to color in specific numbered boxes to reveal the hidden mystery picture. To make this a bit more difficult and involve even more math, have students solve addition and subtraction problems that will equal the numbers in the boxes.
Seven 100 charts perfect for your 100-Day games & activities. Includes a blank 100 grid for students to fill in, a filled-in 100 chart to make puzzles and "mystery" pictures, a chart, where the "skip count by 5's numbers" are in red, a 100 chart, where the "skip count by 10's numbers" are in blue, a traceable 100 chart, a "What's Missing?" fill in the even numbers 100 chart, as well as a "What's Missing?" fill in the odd numbers chart.
Print; laminate and trim. Use them as independent centers, a border for your MLK Day activities, and games. Make extra sets and cut them apart to make puzzles for even more centers and games.
Help students learn to count backwards from 10 to 0, with these 5 New Year countdown puzzles. You can laminate and use them as an independent center or run off copies for each child to take one home for more practice.
Use these as flashcards, pocket cards or for a January New Year bulletin board. Make extra sets so that students can play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games. Cut them up to make puzzles and to play even more games.