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Classroom Freebies: Monster Mash Freebies!!!

Monster Mash Freebies!!!

Crazy for First Grade: Monster Mash! Eyeball addition= numbered "eyeballs", students grab 3 and add 'em up!

Number line math games and more to practice using the associative property, skip counting and compensation strategies, elapsed time, money and place value. Common Core aligned.

Halloween Math Centers with Number Lines and More

FrankenLine Number Line Math Centers (Grades Students use a number line to practice adding and subtracting and more!

Free Candy Corn Place Value Worksheets #homeschool #math

Free Candy Corn Place Value Worksheets

Free Worksheets Blessed Beyond a Doubt is offering free candy corn place value worksheets along with other candy math ideas!

You Might be a First Grader...: Updated Halloween Math Centers

It is spooky what your local library can do for you. If you need a copy and don't have a printer, go on down to the library they will give you a howling good deal! Halloween Math Centers (first grade - includes free printable)

This is just a worksheet to help students practice addition with 3 addends. Students can work individually or in groups to roll 3 dice, r...

This is just a worksheet I created to help students practice addition with 3 addends. Students can work individually or in groups to roll 3 dice, record the numbers, and add them together to find the solution.

Classroom Freebies: Halloween Themed Activity for Math Centers

Halloween Themed Activity for Math Centers

Fun little Halloween FREEBIE for practicing math facts. Great for centers or for small group instruction.

Recommended K-2 Practice adding three numbers together. Directions: Roll 3 dice. Add the numbers together. Cover the sum on the game board. Younger students can add the dots on the dice and older students can add the numbers together mentally.Please visit Mrs. Lirette @ mrsliretteslearningdetectives.blogspot.com/

This math game practices adding three numbers together. Cover the sum on the game board. Younger students can add the dots on the dice and older students can add the numbers together mentally.

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Thanksgiving Round-Up!

Boo Bump Halloween Math Game (Multiplication) roll two dice and multiply. Cover the answer with a marker.

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