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Halloween is right around the corner, and I'm probably more excited about it than my first graders! Anyways, we are working on true or false equations in math and I wanted something simple enough for my kiddos and a little spooky too, so I whipped up these two practice sheets.
After a quick mini-lesson about true or false addition equations, we started our daily math workshop rotations! My students rotate between four stations (going to all four every day). We have "read about math", "with the teacher", "choose a math center", and "math games on the Chromebooks"!
I had my students start with the practice sheet where they circled either true or false. All the problems are within 10, and I was pleasantly surprised when all my students completed it without any issues! Woot woot!
Then, the next day in class, we reviewed our goal for the week and my students practiced true and false equations again, but with a fun twist! They colored the boxes green if they were true and purple if they were false.
To help from getting confused, I recommended that my students color in the key at the top so they could easily refer back to it.
Ready to download this freebie for your kids??? Hop over to my Teachers Pay Teachers store and grab it-- just click the blue button below.
If you're looking for other Halloween activities, check out my Pinterest board!