So.... I've noticed a pattern with my blogging. I will blog like 3 things in a 3-4 day period, and then take a week off. Is that bad??? Oh well. I guess I just get on a roll, and then I'm like, "Okay, I need a break!" Anyway, my district teaches the Everyday Math series, which is a spiral curriculum that is game-based. With every unit there are math games for students to play that help solidify the concepts being taught and help students to practice certain skills. Now, of course, the math series gives you game materials to use to play the games, but I just really don't like the game boards that comes with Everyday Math. They aren't cute!!! :) And of course, there are several math games I have found or come up with that I like to use as well that are not part of the series....so, I just decided to come up with my own set of math game boards that are way cuter and more user friendly than the ones from Everyday Math. They can be used with dice and/or coins, and one of them requires Base 10 Blocks. These games are great for practicing several different math concepts including addition, counting money, exchanging money, place value, comparing numbers, and more! Click the picture to download from my TPT store.
And....the first 5 friends to comment on this post and tell Katie "Congratulations!!" for getting Teacher of the Year will get these games for FREE! Make sure to post your email! :)