As I write this, a nasty cold front is heading my way. Like it's so nasty, that we are going from short sleeves and sandals today to coats and boots tomorrow. However, I refuse to let winter crush my springtime spirits by sharing my latest Springtime Math Activities!
Sorts, whether the word or number kind, are so student-friendly. I can easily see if they understand the concept without having to spend a lot of time giving instructions.
I loved creating this Rainbow Fact Families sort! I think it turned out to be quite cute and it can be used with the number cards to place on the mats as a sort OR you can laminate the Rainbow Fact Family mat and have the students simply write the numbers with a dry erase marker before recording them on the worksheet.
My students this year often need reinforcement with number order, so I like using "greater than/less than" activities to help them to recognize numbers and understand the value of numbers in the tens and ones places.
Ah, I feel spring coming back to me through these math activities! To download previews or snag the whole activity pack, visit my TPT store. For just a little fun spring math practice, here is a Missing Number Addition worksheet! Click the image to download for your own springtime kiddos :)