So, let's talk about what we have here! I love, love, love these small boxes, and so do my kiddos.
I first started using these small box activities here, and it has just expanded from there! I want to
alternate between math and literacy each time I make a new set.
So this time, I created a set for math!
to early finisher activities, etc. You name it, you can use it that way. I really wish that I'd had these
when the skill was taught, but I've found that it's great review work, AND it isn't a worksheet!
And I haven't decided who loves these little erasers more, me or my kiddos. They get so excited
when I pop out the latest ones! These centers are really easy to prep, and if you're really pressed for
time, just print onto card stock and skip the laminating part! If you need to save on color ink, just
print off the B&W version onto colored card stock!
For this activity, students will cover the shape that matches the master shape in the middle
of the card.
There are also options where students can spin and cover the shape that the spinner lands on.