Is your class learning about time? This funky flower clock template is ready to print and laminate. The minute increments on the flower petals provide the perfect scaffolding for those students beginning to learn about time. By attaching clock hands with a split pin students can create a variety of analogue times by moving the hour and minute hands.
Included in Number Bundle 1:Hello Hawaii 0 20 Board Game: Aloha! Pack your number suitcase and come and play this Hawaiian themed board game. Players make their way around the board identifying numbers between zero and twenty on their way. The first player to the finish line is the game winner.
Students select a card and identify the time shown on the flower clock. Students can use the minute increments on the flower petals for prompts if needed. Once the time has been identified the student finds the digital representation on the side of the page and clips a peg onto it to show their choice.
Included in the Number and Basic Operations Bundle:Ahoy! Count on Two Board Game: Games Ahoy! This board game can assist in developing your students addition skills. When landing on a space players must add two/count on two. The first player to the finish line wins.
Included in Number Bundle 2:Dinosaur Derby 0 10 Board Game: Stomp! Stomp! Stomp! The dinosaurs are coming to play with your class. Players practice their 0 10 number recognition as they make their way around this Dinosaur Derby board. When landing on a space players attempt to identify the number shown.
Included in the Aussie Money Bundle:Monkey Money Board Game: Heee Heee Haaaa Haaaa! Some cheeky monkeys have stolen the coins! Players take turns rolling the dice and moving their counter the number of spaces required. When landing on a space, players identify the Australian coin shown.
Are your students learning about the /ch/ sound in the classroom soon? This board game will be perfect! I mean, what child doesn’t like to play board games? When landing on a space, players must identify the position of the /ch/ sound - beginning or end of the word (which corresponds to the picture). Therefore encouraging students to stretch out the word and listen carefully.
This game complements learning experiences where students are practicing their understanding of blends. This colourful, fun and engaging board game focuses specifically on the L blends: cl. fl and gl. Players spin the spinner and identify the blend the arrow stops on.
Each player moves around the board game and when landing on a space must identify the note or coin shown. They can then place the note or coin in their bug bank. The player with the most money at the end of the game wins.If you are looking for a harder version 'Bug Bank' is also available when students must count out the dollar amount shown.