With January upon us, we are doing some wishful thinking for snow, or at least some fun snow themed learning activities!
But we aren’t quite done with Christmas yet, as all of the bloggers at The Elementary Entourage are excited to bring you some fabulous freebies to make your planning time a little easier!
This snowman addition game is a fun way to get kids adding and building up their fact fluency. Plus, you don’t need many supplies!
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- The Snowman Spin addition game (below)
- Dry erase pockets (to put in a center for repeated use and save paper)
We played this game in small groups during math workshop, and it was a hit!
First, take a pencil and a paperclip to make a spinner. Flick the paperclip to spin the first spinner. Then do the same for the second spinner.
Add the two numbers together and color a mitten with the sum! There is also a number line included for support.
To keep the fun going without the extra use of paper, stick the game in a dry erase pocket and use gems or other manipulatives to cover the answers!
Download the Snowman Addition Game
Ready for some snowy fun? Grab your copy of the snowman addition game HERE. Then check out our favorite winter songs and videos, and grab our free winter themed alphabet and number cards (which includes a super fun word building game!).
More “Christmas Gifts” for you!
The Elementary Entourage is so ready to celebrate Christmas!
We of course have gifts for you and your classroom (see more below!) but we even did a little gift exchange of our own!
This gift exchange was Secret Santa Style – I didn’t know which blogger was sending me something!
When my mail arrived, I was so excited to receive this AMAZING book, plush, and card from the gals at All Y’all Need.
So a HUGE thank you to the gals at All Y’all need – what a fun Christmas gift!
Check Out (and get!) More Gifts!
Ready to download some more awesomeness for your classroom this winter? Hop along below and visit the other bloggers in The Elementary Entourage to see what gifts they have!
Merry Christmas to you and a Happy New Year!
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