Pocket Chart Games: Math

15 Ready-to-Use Games That Help Young Learners Master Essential Skills

By: Angie Kutzer

ISBN: 9780545280730
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Shape Sort (Shapes): Pocket Chart Math Game 5
$3.00
Crayon Patterns (Patterns): Pocket Chart Math Game 5
$3.00
Parade Time! (Number Sets): Pocket Chart Math Game 4
$3.00
Froggy Number Hop (Number Order to 20): Pocket Chart Math Game 6
$3.00
"Gotcha!" Mosquito Numbers (Number Identification): Pocket Chart Math Game 3
$1.50
Nine-Number Sequence (Sequencing Numbers to 100): Pocket Chart Math Game 4
$3.00
Music, Move, Compare! (Comparing Numbers): Pocket Chart Math Game 3
$1.50
Ordering a Fishy Feast (Ordinal Numbers): Pocket Chart Math Game 4
$3.00
Place-Value Farm (Place Value): Pocket Chart Math Game 5
$3.00
Cookie Sums (Addition to 16): Pocket Chart Math Game 6
$3.00
Subtraction Surfers (Subtraction from 10): Pocket Chart Math Game 5
$3.00
Hickory, Dickory, Dock! (Time to the Hour and Half-Hour): Pocket Chart Math Game 6
$3.00
Calendar Capers (Calendar Concepts): Pocket Chart Math Game 6
$3.00
Money Magic (Money Values): Pocket Chart Math Game 6
$3.00
Foot-by-Foot Measurements (Nonstandard Units of Measure): Pocket Chart Math Game 6
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Product Description:

These irresistible, interactive pocket chart games are just right for building key early math skills. Easy-to-prepare games come complete with reproducible cards, step-by-step directions, practice pages, and extension activities. Set-up is a snap—just pop the cards into a pocket chart and the games are ready to go! Topics include patterns, shapes, counting, addition and subtraction facts, time, measurement, and more. Perfect for use as whole-class, small-group, and learning-center activities!

Grades K - 2

Consider using the game or game components as part of your informal assessments. You can do this in a variety of ways, such as observing children as they play and noting their responses, or working with children in small groups or individually to evaluate their skills!

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