Our kids LOVE fidget spinners, so for our Kindergartener, I decided to make him a math worksheet. All that you do is spin your fidget spinner and see how many math problems you can do before the spinn (Try Love Again)
Miss G loves playing all sorts of card games, so when I came across Make Ten, a simple game that focuses math skills and uses just a generic deck of cards, I knew it would be a total hit. The idea came from this awesome book that’s brand new called 100 Fu
Dice: Teach area in math. Shared by Eilleen Kalman from Mishawaka School Corporation (NW Roundtable) Maybe instead of perimeter, I can have the student to multiply the dice and use the answer as their area of a rectangle?