Sunday, April 3, 2011

Self-Correcting Math Flowers

You can never have too many addition & subtraction center activities.  I heard of this activity awhile ago (before the era of blogging became popular). You can use this self-correcting concept for pretty much any skill.  

I put addition problems on the flower and buried under the pinto beans is the answer.  Students can use a recording sheet to write the problem and check themselves with the answer.  Surprisingly, my students do not cheat on self-correcting activities where they know how to find the answer.  Seeing if they get it right is half the fun!  
4 Sets of Self-Correcting Math Flowers featuring 10 different addition problems on one side and 10 different subtraction problems on the other.  A grand total of 80 different math problems!!!  (Materials= popsicle sticks painted green, foam flowers, pinto beans, glue, maker, Jiffy Strips from Walmart)
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8 comments:

  1. I just found your blog and I love, love, love it! What a fabulous Math Center idea. I cant wait to use it!! :)

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    Brandy
    Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood

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  4. OMG I Love it!!! my eyes literally widened when I saw the second picture!! haha! I just downloaded a whole lot from your blog! thanks! :)

    Hadar
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  5. Love this idea...going to try with my third graders for x and /. Thank you...not sure how I give you credit on Pinterest...all the new rules are a lot...but I posted this idea!!!

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    1. Your idea has had 107 re-pins since I posted it!!!!

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