Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Life Size Hundreds Chart

Using colored duct tape and a tile floor, students created a life size hundreds chart.  Each student was given a number to skip count by to create the chart.

-Solving addition and subtraction problems while walking on the chart.
-First to zero.  Students are the game pieces and the chart the board.  Students roll a dice and subtract with the goal of being the first one to finish the chart.  You can also do the reverse with first to 100.
-Collect 5.  Place post its on the numbers of your choosing (about 4 post its per student).  Make notecards with +1, +5, +10, +20, +30, -1,-5, -10, -20, -30 on them.  Students will select a number to stand on.  5 cards are drawn and written on the board.  On his/her turn, each student can pick up to 3 of the the cards to create an equation, with the goal of landing on a space with a post it on it.  The first student to collect 5 post its wins.

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