Again, I’m a few weeks behind, but I still figured why not share. A few weeks ago we spent time learning about doubles and fact families in math. I found and created some great activities that I wanted to share with you.
Double Math Station
I found this great game Dinosaur Doubles from Oceans of 1st Grade Fun.
I can’t remember where I found these cards, but I found a doubles memory game that I then glued to cardstock. The kids love playing this!
Here is a Doubles Tree Map activity that I created. You can find it as a freebie in my TPT store, here. This activity gives kids a chance to practice their facts, learn some vocab, and use the tree map to organize their doubles facts.
Another station I added, included this great Fact Family Triangle I found at This Reading Mama’s Blog.
And, my last game addition is a math game from Everyday Math. Students start their counters at 1 and roll the die to move up. The first person to 120 wins. The neat thing about this game though is if you roll a 1, you can choose to move 1 or 10. If you roll a 2, you can choose to move 2 or 20. It’s a great way to start adding up 10’s from different numbers.
These are a few of the additions to my math stations. Stay tuned for more as the year continues and please check out my Doubles Tree Map freebie in my TPT store.