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Who doesn’t love ice cream??? I sure do, and I know for a fact that my first grade students do!
This fun money matching game is super easy to prep and I guarantee that your kids will enjoy it too!
One way you can use these ice cream cones is by having your kiddos match real or pretend money to each cone’s value.
I’m thinking about just having a baggie of plastic coins and letting my first graders decide for themselves how they want to “pay” for each ice cream cone! Higher learners could also show two different ways to make each money amount!
Since we are going 1:1 with Chromebooks next year, I think it would be fun to have my students take a picture of their finished product for me to check and then uploading it to Seesaw (an app I love)! You can find a blog post about Seesaw, HERE.
As an extension activity, kids can order the cones from the least expensive to the most expensive!
If you use them in other ways, let me know in the comments– I’d love to hear your creative ideas!
Ready to download this free math center? Grab it free on Teachers Pay Teachers, just click on the blue button below!
Need more ice cream inspiration??? Check out some of these other activities below.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Ice Cream Skip Counting Puzzles // The STEM Laboratory
Ice Cream Bean Bag Tutorial // Sugar Aunts
Ice Cream Felt Busy Box // Teach Me Mommy
ABC Ice Cream Matching Busy Bag // Coffee Cups and Crayons
Ice Cream Sundae Money Addition // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Write and Wipe Addition Cards // Playdough to Plato
Ice Cream Counting Playdough Mats // Modern Preschool
Ice Cream Ten Frame Number Match // The Kindergarten Connection
Ice Cream Cup and Ball Game // Adventures of Adam
Ice Cream Pattern Cards // Simply Learning
Ice Cream Money Matching Game // The Simplified Classroom
Build an Ice Cream Sundae | Money Math Practice for Kids // Science Kiddo
Ice Cream Digraph Sort // The Letters of Literacy
Ice Cream Scoop and Balance Game // Play & Learn Everyday
Ice Cream Number Matching Puzzles // Fairy Poppins
You may also like my post about teaching graphing! (just click on the image below).