You probably use math journals. Do you need some subject matter for those prompts? During Dental Health Month, you have ample material. After all, losing and gaining teeth is a natural subtraction and addition situation.
Make the journal prompts extra interesting by programming the problems with your students' names. For example:
For a fun math center, put the tooth problems on tooth shapes. Copy them on cardstock and laminate. Store them at the center inside the pillowcase on an infant sized pillow.
And now, it's about time for today's February Freebie:
MAD about MARCH, a Thematic Unit for Primary Grades includes activities in language arts, math, and music.
The activities in this unit are field tested and most appropriate for K – 2 classrooms. They include opportunities for differentiation of instruction and enrichment.
Remember, it's only free for 1 day.