It's about time for flying kites, teachers!
Here's an idea for a center, individual work, or partners' activity.
Create colorful kites from construction paper. Write a number in the center of each shape. Laminate the kites. Then give a kite to each group or individual. Instruct your students to use wipe-off markers to write as many math facts as they can about the given number. Post the kites on a bulletin board. Allow students to create tails for their kites using string and pieces of crepe paper. They can add a colorful tie for each fact they wrote.
Obviously this activity can be used for any operation and within whatever range of numbers are appropriate to your students. It could also be used for seasonal words and their synonyms or other vocabulary exercises.
My favorite way of doing these kites is to have partners work together. This increases their perseverance and improves accuracy.
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