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
Squeebles Addition & Subtraction
The math monster is at it again, this time stealing all the cars and drivers that were to take part in the cart race. If their addition and subtraction facts are up to the challenge, young mathematicians can win the drivers' freedom and...
K - 3rd 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