Treasure Chest Combinations of addends that total five
This set of free board games will provide math-focused fun in your centers and small groups for Talk Like a Pirate Day (September 17th) and all through the school year. Each game is just one page - there are no cards to print and cut! The games have just enough color to make them visually appealing to your students, but will also keep your ink usage low. You can even print these in black and white!
These addition games are great to use in your math centers, but are also perfect for use with parent volunteers, for tutoring, for Family Math Night, or to send home for family math homework.
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aaarrrggghhh my son loves pirates so getting him to sit & attend for an entire game was easy with this one. I also modified it so instead of practicing addition, he practiced number word recognition with flash cards I made from halved index cards (draw # of cards = die roll).
Tina W - Homeschooler, Parent, Teacher, Super-hero - Member Since November 2015
Very good math activity
Apr 19, 2016
My students need all the help they can get with math and games are a very good addition
Teresa M - Teacher - Member Since March 2016
Wonderfule Math Product
Mar 22, 2016
It is a set of free board games that provide math-focused fun. There are very little materials needed for this, which makes it wonderful. Not much for the little ones to have to pick up and make sure they have. Each game consists on only one page and there is just enough color in them to make them visually appealing to students. They help the students master their basic addition math skills.
Jennifer B - Parent, Teacher - Member Since January 2016
I'm proud to have been a teacher for 26 years, with most of my experience and my happiest days spent in the primary grades. I've taught Reading Recovery, Basic Skills, first grade, and even a first grade literacy intervention class. As a big believer in hands-on learning, you'll see that center activities and games are among my favorite resources to create! Student engagement is key to learning that lasts, so I strive to create differentiated fun activities that will keep your students excited about learning!