Sunday, January 2, 2011

Hopscotch for Mathematical Concepts

            

Place Value Game:
Player One tosses 2 markers or counters onto the Hopscotch board.  Next, look at the numbers the markers landed on and write one number in the tens box and the other number in the ones box on the recording sheet.
Player Two does the same recording the numbers his markers land on in the boxes for his recording sheet.
The player with the highest number gets to circle the number on the recording sheet and earns a point.
Winner is the player with the most points at the end of the game or time for games is over.

With the second version of the recording sheet, the kids can add <, >, or = to the circle to show the relationship between the numbers.

         


Addition Game:
Player One tosses 2 markers or counters onto the Hopscotch board.  Write an addition number sentence on their recording sheet using the two numbers the markers landed on. 
Player Two does the same.
The Player with the highest sum gets to circle their number sentence and earns a point.
Winner is the player with the most points at the end of the game or time for the game is over.


Subtraction Game:
Player One tosses 2 markers or counters onto the Hopscotch board.  Write a subtraction number sentence on their recording sheet using the two numbers the markers landed on. 
Player Two does the same.
The Player with the lowest sum gets to circle their number sentence and earns a point.
Winner is the player with the most points at the end of the game or time for the game is over.





Enjoy,
Heidi



3 comments:

  1. I am lovin the frogs! I can't wait to share with my students.

    Jennifer

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  2. I found a bunch of free clip art and some of it is animated...this web thing just keeps getting better!
    Thanks,
    Heidi

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  3. Thanks for sharing. This will go great in math stations next week!

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