These winter centers are designed for math, Fry word and other literacy practice. Perfect for morning centers in January!
This collection of winter wonder games will help you keep your students engaged during winter when you are stuck inside due to the cold. We have included a variety of games that are just right for morning time, math centers or literacy centers.
You can download the collection by clicking on the bold, blue words below in this post.
Within this collection you will find:
Polka dot math facts game – two versions, one with addition facts, the other with multiplication facts
Multiplication BUMP! – two versions, one to play with two regular dice, the other for two 10-sided dice
Four in a Row Multiplication Game
Skate to the Top This is a two player game. Each student needs a marker. You can have students place with one or two dice. One student rolls and moves that number of spaces. Play continues until the first player reaches the top.
Fry Word Snowman Games – 10 different board covering the first 200 Fry words
Snowball Contractions Choose how students should play with these cards. You may have students simply sort the cards to match or have students play a memory game with a partner. We have also included a recording page that can be used with the two word cards. Students choose a card with two words and write the contraction the pair forms.
Synonym Puzzles This is the set with the smaller snowflakes. Students complete the puzzles by matching the synonyms.
Antonym Puzzles This is the set with the larger snowflakes. Students complete the puzzles by matching the antonyms.
You can download this set here: Winter Wonders Centers
Thank you to Pretty Grafik Design on Etsy for the fun clip art!
If you are looking for more winter fun, you might like:
Polar Bears & Penguins Informational Text Centers