Here are my BUILD Rotations for this week :)
The photos were being stubborn. We will see if I can convince them to turn correctly-- sorry if they don't! :)
Teen Numbers are our focus this week. The first game is from Every Day Counts Partner Games. It is a matching game that has all different representations of teen numbers.
The second game is using 10 frame cards. Pull out a 10 card. Have each player take turns flipping over one more card. (For example, if I flip over an 8, I have to say "8 and 10 are the same as 18." You can play it speed version-- where whoever says it first gets it, or by turns. They LOVE it!
If you don't have ten frame cards, here for some that I made... they are a MUST have for all k-2 classrooms!!
This first game is a subtract 1 game. I have my kids use their "bead rack" to work on the problems-- although they can do them mentally.
The second game is a monster number match game. It is SO stinking cute! Thanks to the great creator, Grade School Giggles, click here for a copy!
I-Independent Reading/ Independent Work
This is another cut and paste book. I made this one based off a math poem that I found in a great resource! It is all about counting sets of 10. When they finish this, if there is time, they can read the math books.
L-Learning about Numbers
We learned about doubles facts this week. This is a game that practices doubles called "Capture the Star".
Their other game for Learning about Numbers is a game where they pick a number and then write it as a numeral, word, and circle that many. I altered it from the original creators game, but I love it. Here is the link to TPT to snag your own set!! (Another shout out to Grade School Giggles for sharing your awesome work on TPT at no cost- I am a HUGE fan!!)
My kids are loving that they can solve an entire page of math facts. I gave them this Halloween worksheet- they solve the math facts and then color by the code to find a jack-o-lantern.
Have a SUPER day!