I made a preschool math game for ED. ED worked hard to cut out all the pictures. In the picture to the left, she rolled a 10 and I rolled a 1. We each chose that many ocean animals to put on our gameboard. Then ED spun the spinner and it came out “even.” I showed her how to make partners and that she had all partners, so she had an even number and won the round.
It’s a short, quick counting game and we played over and over again! Below are a few more photos and a link to the game if you want to download it for yourself.
Math Grid Game: By the way, you can also use the ocean animal sheet to play a simple math grid game. Keep the animal sheet intact and print out one sheet for each player. Have each player take turns rolling the die and covering up that number of animals. The first person to cover all the animals wins that game.
- Ocean Unit Freebies for PreK-K
- Ocean Activities: The Ocean Zones
- Ocean Activities – diorama
- Ocean Animals and their Groups
- Whale Unit (and the Arctic) — Icebergs, Blubber experiment, Buoyancy and more
- Whale Unit – Migration, Echolocation, Baleen vs. Toothed Whales
- Whale Unit – How salt water affect buoyancy – Drawing whales and dolphins
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