Much of our learning in first grade is hands on, and I try to incorporate games whenever possible...
|The PTO gave each classroom a pumpkin, which we used for our Pumpkin Investigation book and will use for more fun math activities on Halloween!|
|Students practiced estimating before measuring the actual weight and height of the pumpkin. They also estimated and then counted the number of lines on it.|
|Pumpkin Jumble was a fun way to think about probability of dice rolls and also to practice tallying results.|
|Students could practice patterning with Halloween materials during math time. Check out this AABC pattern. Awesome!|