Mission: Christmas

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The mission in this set is to help the elves prepare for Santa's arrival. Students can help Santa count his coins in this fun spinner game. Simply add a brad and paper clip to the middle of the game board for an easy and inexpensive spinner option. Students take turns spinning the spinner and shading in that many squares on their game board. First player to make a dollar wins!

Help the elves check the Christmas lights while practicing adding numbers with this super simple roll and cover. There are two game options for play. On one board, players roll a die, add 1 and cover a lightbulb with that number. On the other, players roll a die, add 10 and cover. You could use counters or cubes on hand, or erasers/table scatter from Target dollar spot or Dollar Tree.  

Practice skip counting by 2's, 5's, and 10's with a Hot Chocolate Break, a Present Drop Off, and a Moose on the Loose Round up!

Find the missing reindeer with a missing addend game. This set includes sums to 20.

And don't forget to Touch Base with a little base ten write the room. 

To hold all these pieces, I found these super cute gift bags at Target that are just right for center cards! Aren't they adorable!

But there's MORE! Check out all the centers in this set below. There are 12 centers in all!

And if you're needing a mixed practiced addition and subtraction game, check out my holiday scoot game complete with kindness elves! There are 24 cards included in this game, 12 addition and 12 subtraction, using numbers to 20.

And for staying with me this long, here's a little Winter Number Order Freebie!

Thanks! And Happy Holidays!


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