These cookie themed computation games will give your students some engaging math fact practice!
We are always getting requests for new ways to help students practice their addition facts. To help with this, we have put together two new options for your classroom with a fun cookie theme!
Both games are available to download towards the bottom of this post.
Just print and laminate the games below for some engaging practice. Add to a math center or use during morning centers. Or, print and send home for students to practice with their families.
This is an addition game that has two boards on a page. There are three different versions included, each geared towards different ability levels. In each game, students will be asked to add groups of 2 or 3 numbers to get to 1 dozen, 2 dozen or 3 dozen. With the three versions, you will be able to easily differentiate for different needs! Students will need a vis a vis marker or other writing item for playing if your boards are not laminated.
Game 2: Cookies & Milk Sort
This sort includes addition and subtraction facts from 0 – 20. Use both addition and subtraction or just one if you are focuses on one skill.
Game 1 is available here: Cookies & Milk Game
Game 2 is available here: Cookies & Milk Sort
We printed ours for colleagues and attached to little cookie boxes for a fun treat. It was inexpensive and a fun way to add a little fun to the long winter months.
Or, you could make a cookie themed day in your classroom. Provide cookies and milk (if allowed in your school) and have students play math games. You could even encourage students to create their own computation games!
As always, these games are provided for free classroom use. Please help us keep our resources free by sharing this post with your colleagues!