## Monday, February 16, 2015

### February Fun in Kindergarten Math

Here you go for February!

This activity pack is full of teen numbers and addition.  Anything with a dot marker is a lot of fun! AND it's free!

Love this game, covers so many different ways to make teen numbers.

In and out game and be found here, this has been a hit for sure!  The students drop cubes and see which ones went in the circle and which ones are out of the circle and then they write a math equation.  It has gone really great!  So nice because you can change the number and the items you drop to go with the fact family you are working on.

This game from Lakeshore is one you can download onto your computer, it is \$19.99 but you get 4 games in one and you can put it on your computers very easily.

This is another little freebie that tied in great with my Polar unit and measurement.  I used a ruler to set across the top of the animals to talk about even with the top.  I also used this as a time to discuss length and width.

This is so much fun!  I have "fresh" marshmallows for those friends who don't eat our yucky ones and it seems to work great.  Now I do still have the few that smell each one as they count, but that's ok!

Teen counting is here, they simply count the dots and pick the correct number.

Just a little matching game for numbers, I am not sure where I found this, but it shouldn't be hard to make!

## Monday, February 9, 2015

### 100th day 2015

100th Day of School!!!
Our 100th day came and went very quickly - without snow to delay this day this year, it kind of snuck up on me!  So here are a few quick activities we did during math tub rotations.

We started the day counting 10 of 10 different snacks, giving each child a baggie of 100 items to eat for snack.

Then here is a brief overview of our Math tubs.

100th day crown

In 100 seconds, how many push ups, jumping jacks, squats, etc. can you do?

Highlighting all the 100's you can find in the search a number puzzle.

Find the bone on the 100th chart with the clue given in a minute.

Make something out of the numbers 100.

Stick 100 stickers.
This entire pack came from Teacher Pay teachers - sure made it easy!