Sunday, January 22, 2012

Math Games *Freebies*

I am looking forward to spring, even though we have had a very mild winter here. It is suppose to be in the 50's all week, when usually we have snow on the ground. It has been very nice walking weather so I am not complaining. For those of you who use Everyday Math you know some of the games I have created into centers. My kids love playing the EDM games, so I thought I would make them into centers.





I have created a worksheets that go along with each center. I don't always make my kids fill out the worksheets. I like to give them time to just enjoy playing the games.

Grab them here!!

I know several of you wanted my recipes from my previous post. I have not decide yet if I am going to give them out. We will see, maybe I will be generous for just one day this week. Be on the look out for them! ;)

17 comments:

Kristen said...

These are perfect Kelley, thank you so much for sharing them! I could definitely use these for some of my students :)
Kristen

Kristin said...

Thanks so much for the fun math centers!! I don't always make my kids fill out something either. :)
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

Jen R. (The Teachers' Cauldron) said...

aw thanks! I don't make my kids fill out something all the time either..I do a lot of vis-a-vis on plastic sleeves or personal white boards...it makes it more fun for them...of if it's soemthing they can sort and i can see that, then that'll work too!
and you are just a tease with your recipes :)
The Teachers’ Cauldron

Erika said...

Thanks for the wonderful freebies. And the teaser on the recipes!:)

2B Honey Bunch
The Best Endings

Holly said...

Cute!!!!!!!

That's not very nice of you to tease us with those recipes and then not share them...you are SO first grade...I mean, second grade, I mean....

I'll keep my eyes open for the "maybe" day of sharing! ;)

Holly
Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

Erika said...

Kelley,
I just awarded you the favorite follower award. Come over and check it out.

2B Honey Bunch
The Best Endings

Ms. Rachel said...

Those are super cute! I don't do Everyday Math but I could still use it! You're so on the ball having spring stuff ready, Im just starting with February stuff!

Ms. Smith said...

Love Love Love these! I can definitely use the multiplication one! =)

Ms. Smith
Adventures of Ms. Smith

Lisa at Stories From Second said...

Not only are these cute but I know my kiddos would love them and get lots of beneficial practice! Thanks for sharing!
Lisa
Stories From Second

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

These look great!! =)
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Sarah said...

Awesome! My kids like playing the Everyday Math games too. Thanks for sharing.

Altax said...

Looks great. Thanks for these games. Kids enjoy it.
Activities for 7 Year Olds

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Hey, I wanted to say thank you again for the award!! You are such a sweetheart for thinking of me! It's an honor!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Ms. McRae said...

My kids loved your Top It game. My school had a bunch of old everday math cards that I had no idea what to do with.

Ms. T said...

Thanks for the centers! :)

Amy said...

Just found your blog and I'm sooo glad I did. You have great ideas!

Amy
Krazy About Kiddos

sanind said...

LOVE it,Thanks for sharing...
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