Students create a name for a monster and write it on their paper. They devise math problems to determine how many features the monster will have. For example: 19 - 7 = 12 so the monster could have 12 eyes.
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Cut and Paste Counting Monsters
Young children will have a blast learning how to count these monster math manipulatives. Provided with a series of boxes numbered from 1 to 10, learners must place the correct number of monsters in each space to demonstrate their ability...
Pre-K - 1st Math CCSS: Adaptable
Back to School Math and Literacy Centers
From filling in the missing number to filling in the missing letter; to writing fluency sentences to skip counting and matching, a complete set of back to school math a literacy centers will not disappoint. Use these activities during...
K - 1st Math CCSS: Adaptable
Feature column: Hands on Math With Technology
Young learners will view a math adventures video and practice math concepts. Afterwards they will navigate through Internet sites to participate in teacher selected math adventures. This guide walks you through integrating technology...
K - 2nd 21st Century Skills