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Your kids will love playing this editable penguin board game! Add it to your winter math and literacy centers for lots of fun and learning this winter!

This penguin shapes roll and graph math center activity is such a fun game for kindergarten students to work on shape recognition and graphing skills!

This free Penguin Shapes Roll and Graph is such a fun game for Kindergarten students to work on shape recognition and graphing skills!

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Both You and Your Students will ADORE these Color By Number Subtraction Pages for Winter! Perfect to chase away the winter blues and have some winter fun in your classroom this year! The Funky Penguin series mixes up the colors so the students can't predict the answers. This winter color by number resource has Funky Penguins for Subtraction. Use them for math centers, small group work, homework, indoor recess, morning work, emergency sub tubs, fine motor skills, and much, much, more!
Prep in advance or use on the go! These lessons are all about real-world science in our National Parks.
Winter Math and Literacy pack. Teach kindergarten classroom with engaging worksheets with a lot of sight word, word work, phonics, reading, fluency, writing, number, addition & subtraction, shape activities etc. Perfect for Winter centers, homework, morning work and home school. #winterworksheets #winteractivities #kindergartenactivities #kindergartenworksheets
This Pack Includes 24 Winter Math Challenges. These are Can You Make It? Challenges. For each challenge, students are given a number and 5 or 6 single digits. Then they get to work and try to create equations that will equal the number using only the digits provided. The equations can be simple or quite complex. This is a great Winter math activity for second, third, fourth and fifth grade. Includes different versions with printable posters, printable worksheets and a digital version too.