Kinder Pups! – Kindergarten Math Games & a freebie
August 11, 2013
Last Spring, a co-worker asked me if I had any kinder-specific math games, which I didn’t.
Lucky for her, I was then home sick for the next two days and was inspired by her request!
Bring in kinder-pups:
As I was looking through this pack again, I noticed these centers are a great review the beginning of the year in 1st grade. They would allow me to see just where my firsties are in terms of basic math skills.
This pack includes 8 different Common Core aligned math centers, perfect for your little kindergartners!
Here a few of the puppy themed games inside:
A good, ole-fashioned color by number! Students will get in pairs and each have a coloring sheet. Students will roll a die, find that number word, and color in that part of the picture. The first student to have their whole picture colored in, wins!
These puppy ten frames can be used in many different ways:
-mix and match
Spin and subtract is a 2 person game with spinners and dice that students can play over and over at a center.
This one is a quick, little addition game that I decided to offer it up as a freebie! We play cover up ALL the time in my first grade classroom with all sorts of skills. This one was meant for kinders, so of course it is just basic addition up to 12. You just have to click the picture above to grab it as a free download.
If you would like to see the whole KinderPups pack, you can download a preview HERE in my TPT store and check it out!
I’m off to get some bagels and coffee with the hubs!
PS- I am hoping to share some exciting news this upcoming week…. fingers crossed folks! 😉
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