October seems a fitting time to toss in a few skeleton activities. If you don’t do Halloween, these work well for a Pirate theme, or use a few during your math block at the same time you’re studying the human body for science, and if you do get to celebrate Halloween, these are fun and relevant activities for your kiddos to do on party day, as this whopping 47-page packet, is filled with lots of Common Core. 🙂
There are number cards from 0-120, plus a blank set to use for sequencing, sorting and a variety of games.
I’ve included lots of worksheets for numbers 0-120, as well as skip counted numbers by: 2’s, 3’s, 5’s, & 10’s.
My kiddos LOVED doing the addition game. They roll 2 dice, write those numbers at the top, add them together, and then color in that many teeth.
Race to 100 is also a favorite. Students toss the dice, add them together, then X-off that many boxes. Who will be the first one to reach 100?
The packet is very versatile. You can also use the pocket cards as flashcards, puzzles, games, or have your kiddos make their own Itty Bitty Counting booklets.
A slider craftivity is a fun way to review numbers 0-30, skip counted numbers (2’s, 3’s, 5’s, 10’s) or counting backwards from 10-0 or 20-0. Sliders are also a quick way to whole group assess.
Finally, your students will enjoy practicing analog and digital time to the hour by playing several telling time games.