Thursday, April 17, 2014

Fun Activities to Practice Addition Skills

Here are a few ways that addition skills have been tucked into fun learning activities:
Lots of addition math center activities and ideas for Kindergarten and First Grade!
Roll, Add, and Stamp
Roll, Add, and Stamp math center activity for Kindergarten and First Grade

Students take turns rolling two dice. They add together the two numbers on the dice, then highlight that number on their page. The first player to have all of their numbers highlighted is the winner.
Roll, Add, and Stamp math center activity for Kindergarten and First Grade
This is an Easter version of the activity, but there are LOTS more! Find them all {here}
Roll, Add, and Stamp math center activity for Kindergarten and First Grade

Domino Parking Lot
Domino Parking Lot- a FREE math center activity to practice addition skills in Kindergarten and First Grade
Students add the two dotted sections together to determine where their Domino should park in the Domino Parking Lot. Find the free download {here}

Sweet Addition Facts
OK, so maybe this is not exactly sneaking addition into learning, but using the mini pocket chart and these sweet owls make it fun! Find the set {here} from Doodle Bugs Teaching.

Scrabble-Style Addition
It's a math center AND a literacy center! Students add up how much their words are worth using Scrabble tiles.
Students write down their word list and add each word's points together to determine which word is 'worth' the most.
Letter tiles can be used for those students who benefit from the tactile manipulation of the letters.
Several versions are included: Popcorn Words, Sight Words, Spelling Words, etc.
Find it all {here}
It's a math center AND a literacy center! Students add up how much their words are worth using Scrabble tiles.

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