I have had the best time creating interactive math worksheets for my son. Most of them are more like game boards or work spaces than actual math worksheets. Given there is work to be done on them I have decided to label them as math worksheets. Regardless of what they are called I hope you will enjoy using them with your kids.
This math worksheet was created to work on math facts. First the dice are rolled to discover what numbers or numerals a child will be working with. Then LEGO bees representing each number are placed on a line before the equal sign. Finally the total number of bees are slid over to the sum line. Children can find the sum of the numbers they rolled by counting the bees on the sum line.
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This set of place value pasta was created to go along with the book Noodle Man: the Pasta Superhero. Different types of pasta represent ones, tens, and hundreds. There are ravoli hundreds, fusilli tens and noodle ones. Three dice were rolled to see what numbers would get to used to build a three digit number. Then what place each number would have was decided. That number was displayed and written down on a white board.
After hunting for eggs in the backyard, the egg shaped stickers they contained were used to solve math problems.
Yes, this game has dice too. This game is a number recognition game. The number on the first die is displayed as the pumpkin’s top row of teeth. The bottom row displays the number on the second die. With all the teeth in place it is time to find the sum.
The math worksheet for this activity contains a spinner spot with three colors and an arrow. Each time a color had the arrow land on it a LEGO of that color was placed that color area on a floor graph. The arrow spun around a paintbrush. My son thought spinning was the best part of the activity.
This addition game invites children to roll three dice and add them together. Once children have the sum they cover that number with a colored button. The goal is to cover each of the spots on the back on the ladybug.
Roll the dice to find out what type of each facial feature to add to the leprechaun. This is one of those interactive math worksheets that can be done individually or with friend.
Children can work on number recognition with these Gold Coin Number Mats. All they will need is a set of gold coins and a mat. Each mat has a set of yellow circles that math the number featured on them. Children will place a coin on each circle on each number.
This game is played the same way as the Ladybug Roll and Cover game. It would be great to work on while you are studying Dr. Seuss.
Children can work on building and solving math word problems with this fun cootie catcher. Your children can write the numbers they will start with on the cootie catcher or you can add them to the cootie catchers for them.
The object of this game is to give each number turkey the correct number of feathers. What a fun way to work on number recognition!
These farm unit rulers are a great way to introduce measuring to young children. They will love measuring in non-standard units.
Each of these math worksheets could be done on their own, as part of a thematic unit or to go along with a book you are reading. While some a tied to a specific time of year, others could be worked on any time of year.
If you try any of them please let me know, I would love to know how they went over with your children.