15 July 2012

Math Caps

This goes along with my Choosing Caps post from awhile back.  Click here to see the original post. In that post, I talked about using baby food lids to create choosing caps.  They were a fun way to randomly call out students' numbers during class discussions.  They really were a big hit last year, and I ended up using them for multiple purposes in my classroom.  Since they were so popular, I decided it was time for another set that I could place in a math station.  They could be used for skip counting, comparing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, etc.  I went ahead and added the math operation symbols and they are no longer black and white! I decided to add color.  If you cut them out and laminate them, you can pop them right in the lid.  No glue/tape necessary.

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  1. These are perfect! Thanks so much for sharing! :)

    Sweet Honey in 2nd

  2. Looks like I need to start eating baby food! :) Love these!

    Mrs. Heeren's Happenings

  3. I love this idea. I am definitely going to do this for my classroom. I am your newest follower~~ thanks for stopping over at my blog!
    Third Grade Love

  4. These are fabulous! Thanks for sharing!


  5. This is such a great idea! Could I share it on Multiplication.com? I would cite your blog. Thanks!