I love hearing buzzing from my little bumblebees. 🐝 Splat! is an interactive game where students answer questions and place the cards on top of the tower. It's the goal to not knock over the cards on top... but every now and then you draw a card that makes you do something silly. Currently, we are practicing the math skill generating a number that is one more and one less with this game. (Ten more/ten less also available.) Available in my shop! Link @downriveredu
Have you ever played Splat!? It's a fun game to reinforce math skills. This one covers ten more and ten less than a given number. It's perfect for first and second grades. It has just been added to my shop! Check it out!
The divider tabs in my interactive notebooks help keep us organized by topics. They also provide a great framework for math units. This kinder divider tab gives sentence frames for measurement comparisons. It's rigorous as it meets the TEKS and helps diverse students succeed in math! Link to measurement notebook resources @downriveredu
Teacher Tip: Cut the flaps AFTER gluing down the tab. This is so helpful for kiddos who have trouble maneuvering. . Free sample of measurement folds and flaps: click link @downriveredu
Getting ready to teach capacity as one of the measurable attributes. Containers found at local Savers + my interactive notebook = prepared for next week! Click the link @downriveredu to find a freebie and interactive notebooks for K, 1, and 2.
Financial literacy for kids is about ensuring that your child is educated on the best way to manage finances. This is a way of securing their future. This is because they will be able to learn how to manage money in all ways possible. This helps them spend wisely at all times. If you want your students to be financially literate, click on the link ➡️ @downriveredu
My students love the engaging game, SPLAT! In this game, students identify 10 more or less than a specified number. Then, they place the card on top of the tower. Students may draw a challenge card. If they do, the cards ask the students to do STRANGE things in order to place their card on the stack. The challenge is to not topple the cards off of the tower. Click the link to check it and other February Math Centers out. ❤️ @downriveredu • • Disclaimer: I did have to eat an entire can of Pringles to create this game for my students. #sorrynotsorry
With life changes, your perspective changes! Now that I'm a mom, I don't have time to cut, laminate, cut, repeat! Anyone else? 🙋🏻 I created these NO PREP Math Centers for Kinder and First Grades to ease the time burden for prepping centers! If you need less burden if your life, check them in my Insta story 🔼 and then ▶️ click @downriveredu for the link. • They're on sale for a few more hours. (Sold individually or in a bundle, English or Spanish)