Fall fun for Kindergarten. But first, a little background…
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To make this center, I used a Sharpie to draw a spider web on each plate and wrote a number in the middle. I am not the best artist, so please don’t judge! Spider webs aren’t perfectly round so that’s why mine aren’t either, yeah I’m just going to go with that excuse. Haha!If you don’t have time to run to Target, you can grab the orange plates here on Amazon. Also, if you have the Bug Counters Set from Learning Resources, you could use the spiders from there!
The kids use the erasers to count and put that many spiders on the “web” (plate). I only went to 10 because that’s the numbers we are working on this time of year.
This fall fun for Kindergarten game has been so much fun! There are 4 different playing mats included. Students take turns using the spinner to spin either a letter, word, or sentence. Then they cover a space on their board to match their spin. The first player to cover their board wins the game.The adorable leaves that we used for game pieces were a big hit! I got the leaf cut-outs at Target but I also saw similar ones at JoAnns.
I also put the page pictured above in a page protector and turn it into a partner game. Each player gets their own color of snap cubes. The first player rolls the die, finds an apple with the matching number, and covers it with their snap cube. Then the next player rolls and covers their number.However, if the a player rolls a number that has already been covered, they can bump off their opponent’s single snap cube and take the spot. But, if a player rolls the same number twice (without being bumped off) they can put another snap cube on top (like a king in checkers) and then they cannot be bumped off that number. Player with the most spaces covered at the end of the game wins.
Thanks for reading along all about our fall fun for Kindergarten!