Sunday, January 13, 2013

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Ha!  Don't let the title fool you!  I live in central Texas, where it rarely snows!  But we're celebrating winter inside our classroom....even it is 70 degrees outside some days.  Here's a look at some of our winter-themed math stations.

Students spin the spinner, tally and graph their results.

In this game, students roll the dice and cover that number with an animal.  The first player to get all their animals back in the mitten is the winner.  

My kiddos needed extra practice with determining how many more a larger set had than the smaller set.  In this game, students have to record how many more the larger tower has than the smaller tower and color the penguin to match.

I originally saw this idea on Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class.  You can check out her post here.  We actually completed this activity and the remaining activities before we left for Christmas break.  I'm just getting around to posting them!

 This adorable idea came from Erica Bohrer, you can check out her post and freebies here.  

In this activity, the kids were able to create their own subtraction story.  Click here to grab your copy of this freebie!

This idea came from another post by Mrs. Wood.  Click here to check it out!

The first two stations can be found in my Winter Centers packet on TPT.  You can check it out by clicking the image below.

The penguin activity comes from my Playful Penguins packet.  Click the image below to check it out!

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