There is nothing better than a snow day where students can spend the day with their families playing in the snow and building a snowman. For teachers who love themed work (me!), I linked a FREE download below from education.com, one of my favorite website partners.
Multiply the excitement of a winter’s day with this Snowman worksheet. Enjoy your free winter multiplication worksheet with the included answer key. With multiplication, the more practice the better. This worksheet is the perfect review, Do Now, or HW assignment.
When teaching skills such as addition and subtraction, many websites provide free resources to help students practice their math skills. Education.com is a website I use when looking for homework and classwork.
One of the best features about education.com is that you can build your own custom worksheet. This is a great feature for teachers who want to modify the number of problems or type of problems they are giving their students.
If you do not want a custom built sheet, Education.com provides many choices for teachers to choose from. Challenge your mathematicians with this FREE fun school-themed subtraction worksheet below.
Introduce the concept of area to your third grader with this fun card game. You’ll show your child how to determine the area of any object and help him begin thinking in terms of units as you create shapes out of playing cards. Count the cards you use or try applying multiplication to find the total area. Once you’ve got the hang of the game, assign different values to the cards!
What You Need:
Deck of cards
What You Do:
Decide on the unit value of the cards. If you decide on the number 2, each card will amount to two units and players will have to keep this value in mind when calculating the area of the figure you’re building.
Have the players take turns placing one card at a time face down on a flat surface. Every card placed down should touch the side of another card. Cards should not overlap.
Every so often, interrupt the game and have one of the players calculate the area of the figure.
Helpful Tip: You may want to guide the players to build rectangles as they’ll make it easier to calculate the area. Stop the game at intervals when rectangles have been completed. Then, introduce the formula for finding the area of a rectangle: length x width= area.
Play this game multiple times and assign the cards several different values in order to get as much practice as possible.
TeacherTalk4all would like to thank education.com for being a guest blogger on our site and for sharing this activity with us. We think this game is engaging and a great way to introduce area at home or in the classroom. We are a supporter of education.com and thank them for all their dedication to helping teachers and students.