H"OWL"oween Poke Math Games and FREEBIE

Hey, everyone!

I've been quiet here the past few days. Had an awesome birthday followed by a super fantastic observation by my assistant administrator. She was full of praise and said she would be happy to put her child in my class. Needless to stay, my cheeks were red like tomatoes - an unfortunate trait of a somewhat shy red head.

So, I have pulled out another title. Well, two. Well, ten. I've created two sets of owl math pack games to practice facts in all four operations.

The first I love. They just turned out so cute thanks to JW Illustrations amazing clip art.


And this is how they work. You print and laminate. Hole-punch each of the answer choices. Circle the correct answer on the back. Get some coffee stirrers or some type of blunt points. And now you have a fun, self-checking, no-pressure way to review math facts.



If you're interested in this pack, click the image below.


Individual titles are also available:
Addition Facts
Subtraction Facts
Multiplication Facts
Division Facts

I have also created these in a basic owl design that can be used all year long.





 Click the image for more details:


This is also available in individual titles:
Addition Facts
Subtraction Facts
Multiplication Facts
Division Facts

And now for the really fun part. I made a color-by-answer math sheet with a H"OWL'oween theme! I found it so cute I just had to try it out myself.




You can have fun with this freebie, too, by clicking on the image below.


In my opinion, this worksheet could be used from 2nd to 5th grade. I will have my fourth graders use mental math to solve the problems.

Hope you find  ituseful and hope you have a great week! Be on the lookout for another giveaway, and I hopefully also want to get a post out about adding images to QR codes. It's on my list at least!

Blessings!

Tabitha

4 comments:

  1. I love your website and especially the freebies. I am a 1st grade teacher and am hoping that you would be willing to "adjust" your solve-the-problem owl freebie for 1st graders! We do simple addition and subtraction up to 20 and I know the would love this if you could update the problems! Thanks!

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    1. Hey, Joy! I will try! Thanks for the suggestion!

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  2. I am a 40 year old mom who is in her last year of the Education Department before obtaining my degree in Elementary Education. I love your ideas and appreciate your freebies. Following your site helps me get prepared for having my 1st class and keeps me excited about becoming a teacher. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you, Christina! I appreciate your kind words, and I wish you all the best in the world of teaching!

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