Roll a die with coin pictures on the faces (available on abcteach) or draw coins out of a bag. Write the value of each coin in the row, then add up the row.
Students write addition problems (with sums up to 18). When the answer to the problem is called, they cover the square. Comes with a page of suggested equations.
"Mike and his brother Pat are selling pumpkins they grew. If Mike sells nine and Pat sells seven, how many do they sell in all?" Five Thanksgiving-themed addition word problems.
"Ed and his sister are helping cook Thanksgiving dinner. They decide to have a potato-peeling contest. Ed peels twenty-two. His sister peels six more than that. How many did she peel?" Five Thanksgiving-themed addition word problems.
"Myron analyzed the caloric content of his Thanksgiving dinner for his science class. His serving of stuffing had 619 calories. His serving of pumpkin pie had 780 calories. His serving of turkey had 282 calories. How many calories were there in his stuffing and turkey combined?"
"Last year Lucas collected 159 items trick-or-treating. This year, he collected a total of 249 items. How many items did he collect altogether in both years?" Five math word problems with a Halloween theme.
"Carol and Linda are making candy apples for a party. They made sixty-two. Today they made eight more. How many candy apples have they made in all?" Five math word problems with a Halloween theme.
"The duckling lived in a farm with 45 animals. There were 10 pigs, 12 goats, 5 dogs, 2 horses and the rest were sheep." Choose the equation that best expresses the word problem.
Make 8 copies of the kites and bows. Write an "answer" to a math problem on each kite. Write various combinations of math problems (that match up with each answer) on the bows.