Hi 30Days friends! I’m Katie from Sweet Rose Studio and I’m so dang excited to be here today as part of the Funner in the Summer Series that Mique’s put together. It is funner in the summer, isn’t it?
The hot days of summer make me think of yummy ice cream and with a daughter going into Kindergarten this year, it seemed like the perfect pairing to make a fun math game. I put together this sweet Ice Cream Math Game to share with y’all and, in my opinion, the best part of the whole thing is that there are *three* different ways to play it!
First off, you need to download these files:
Print them onto a nice, thick card stock and cut them around the edges. To make each piece last even longer, I’d recommend laminating them.
1. Number Recognition and Counting
For this part of the activity, have your kiddos stack the correct number of ice cream scoops to correspond to the number on the cone. Easy peasy, right? Younger kids might need help with this the first few times.
2. Color Matching
Each of the cones has a colored circle around the number and I’ve created a corresponding blank scoop of ice cream to match. Even the youngest of learners can complete this activity!
3. Addition Facts
This is the level that my daughter is working at, so of course I had to make these addition facts too! Each cone has coordinating scoops that have all of the addition facts for that particular number. I’ve also built in an easy way for parents to check the answers: all the scoops for a certain answer are all the same color.
Thanks again Mique for having me here!
Hi y’all! I’m Katie and I write at Sweet Rose Studio. Sweet Rose Studio is a blog dedicated to sharing the best crafts, recipes, DIY/home tutorials, and anything else that promotes a happy home. I have some fave posts that I think you’ll love too: 35+ of the BEST Teacher Appreciation Printables, How We Do Discipline In Our Home, and The BEST French Toast Ever!
I am so blessed to be a wife to my high school sweetheart and mother to our three sweet, crazy kids. In my past life I was an elementary school teacher, but now I am a stay-at-home-momma by trade and absolutely adore what I do.
I’d love for you to stop by and say hi!