Fill Your Lunchbox Math Game is such a silly and fun way to practice math with task cards with your preschooler. There is something so magical for children about “packing” their own lunches.
Not only is this a great way to talk about lunches, and what they have in their lunchboxes, it’s also a really awesome math game.
The art is so beautiful on these too!
I love how easy these are to just print and use, but I HIGHLY recommend laminating these papers.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- 19 page PDF
- 2 different Lunchboxes (one red, one green)
- Lunch “objects” to put in their lunches, such as apples, bananas, water bottles, sandwiches, baby carrots, and a cookie.
- a recording page with ten frames
- a recording page without ten frames
- 24 task cards with only two objects, adding up to ten or less (for the ten frame pages)
- 24 task cards with three objects each, for the recording sheet with no ten frames.
WHO IS IT FOR?
- Great for homeschoolers
- Perfect for preschool and kindergarten teachers
- Anyone looking to talk about lunch, and still do a lot of math learning as well.
- Your child will learn math, while talking about what they would pack in their lunchboxes.
- Learning about basic addition is easier than ever with these lunchbox mats.
- Having students talk about their experiences, likes and dislikes is a great way to connect with other students.
- When talking about food there are so many things kids love to talk about, you can talk about what their sandwich would be if this was their lunchbox, you can talk about the colors, or what their favorite lunchtime food is.
- Use the counters to have hands on math with these!
Each page is 8.5″ x 11″, but you can adjust this in your printer settings.
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