Monday, September 21, 2015

Apple Subtraction Stories

Everything is cuter with an apple theme, isn't it?

Here was a super quick little math activity I did with my kids to practice starting with the whole when we subtract.

I just drew a tree onto paper and copied it. Then they colored their tree. Then we used old-school bingo dotters to add the apples.  The green ones weren't the most beautiful, so I tried to improvise with the hand-drawn circles. Next time I will probably have them just color in a lighter green.
 Some of my stronger writers wrote their own sentences, and some of my strugglers just filled in the  sentence frame.



If you're interested in the documents, just click on them to download.  Happy apple season!



2 comments:

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