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One math skill I always seem to forget about teaching my first graders is adding three numbers together.
In my state, students are expected to be able to add three numbers together within 20, but I usually just start within 10. To teach this concept to my class, I simply gathered my students on the classroom carpet and wrote a problem on the board. I explained that they should add the first two numbers together, and then add on the last number! We repeated this a few times, and I made sure to have student volunteers help out!
After my students “rated” their understanding of adding three numbers together, I popped this Snow Monster Addition math center under our document camera!
I told my kiddos that they could simply match up the math problems with the answers, or they could make more of a game out of it and play “memory” or “go fish” with them!
Prepping these math puzzles were quick and easy– I’ll I did was print them out on cardstock and then laminate them. Because it was so simply, I’ll likely send them home with a student who needs extra practice after it’s time to rotate them out of our math station choices.
If you’d like to download a copy of this FREE math center for your child or students, simply hop over to my Teachers Pay Teachers store or click the blue button below!
Then, check out these other amazing Monster Activities for kids!!!
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Feed the Monster Alphabet Match // Sara J Creations
Monster Alphabet Playdough Mats // Modern Preschool
Monster Counting Cards // Miss Kindergarten
Monster Math Addition Clip Cards // The Kindergarten Connection
Monster Counting Mats // The STEM Laboratory
Monster Measurement Cards // Fairy Poppins
Monster Alphabet Game // Stay at Home Educator
Felt Monsters Busy Box // Teach Me Mommy
Monster Letter Match // Schooling a Monkey
Monster Snowball Coverall // Recipe for Teaching
Snow Monster Addition Puzzles // The Simplified Classroom
Monster Shape Graphs // Playdough to Plato
Slime Monster Counting Activity // Fun-A-Day
Name the Monster Phonics Game // Play & Learn Every Day
Monster Counting Emergent Reader // A Dab of Glue Will Do
Color Monsters Write the Room // Letters of Literacy
Monster Truck Numbers: Bigger and Smaller // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Monster Creation Tray // Powerful Mothering
Monster Feelings Match Up // Pocket of Preschool
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