We learned how to play Two Dice and used our iPod dice to play with a buddy.
We went camping today during math! Well, at least in our imagination!
We set up tents with sheets over our desks, had math camping stories written by our own selves, and we even had s’mores!
It was great fun and the students were able to ‘break camp’ and clean up the camp site while I rested from our journey.
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We went camping for math today again! This time we had graham crackers and Hershey kisses for s’mores!
We took the story problems we wrote while camping last week. Then we solved everyone’s stories. It was fun and delicious!
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More camping stories by the Wonderful Ones!
Andrew and Jaden went camping. They saw 10 boys, 3 girls, 5 men, and 6 women. How many campers did they see altogether?
On their camping trip, Noah and Shane saw 20 deer and 50 bears. How many animals did they see in all?
Jocelyn and Koreyon went camping. They saw 12 deer, 20 bees, 1 moose, and 2 cats. How many animals did they see altogether?
Sam caught 79 deer in the woods. Maggie caught 22 deer in the woods. How many deer did they catch altogether?
Caroline and Colt read 8 cat stories in their tent. Then they read 19 eagle stories. How many stories did they read?
We went camping in our classroom with our study buddies. We solved some camping math problems, then we wrote our own! Here are the camping stories. Try to solve!
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Bryant and Jacob went camping. They saw 20 bear, 50 moose, and 30 deer. How many animals did they see?
Sofia had 17 campfires and James had 6 campfires. How many did they have altogether?
Ella and Mustafa went camping. They saw 8 pink tents. 5 were blue, 2 are red, and 1 was green. How many tents did they see altogether?
Brooke and Zyan saw 7 catfish and 1 dogfish. How many fish did they see?
Katherine, Glenn, and Gavin went camping. Yesterday, they caught 2 fish. This morning they caught 4 fish. This afternoon they caught 41 fish. How many fish did they catch in all?
Practice addition with this class favorite from Fun4theBrain!
Have you had enough snow? Well, it’s not spring just yet! Practice your subtraction facts with this snowy game.
Choose all numbers for fact practice.
Let’s practice subtraction with a pumpkin patch game!
Follow these three steps to plant, care for, and harvest your pumpkin.
Choose your level here. Click on pumpkin 1 for subtracting one – a good start to a mental math workout!
Our class sqworls are open for business!
Click on the sqworl page at the top of the blog. You will find resources for math practice, listening to reading, and just exploring on some fun and creative websites!
Hello Wonderful Ones! Let’s keep sharp with our subtraction facts!
Remember to put the smaller number in your head and count up to the greater number – solved like an unknown partner!
Choose from a fact family group this time – and challenge yourself, think big!
Fun4theBrain has got you covered for practicing your math!
Let’s practice our addition facts, too!
Don’t forget to click all numbers 1-9 to practice all our facts!
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This is a subtraction game to help you practice your facts in a fun way. Try it at home!
Be sure you click on all the numbers 1-9 to practice ALL of your facts!
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