This game involves 2 spinners. One to determine the color and one to determine how many. The students always like a game even more when food is involved so I chose fruit loops. The children were really excited about the 2 spinners. Some of them even tried to make their butterfly symmetrical.
Froggy FractionsI created this game to review fractions and to go along with our rainforest unit. The student spins the spinner and colors that fraction on a frog. The game is over when all froggy fractions are colored. The children had to say the fraction the spinner landed on. One child kept saying "seconds" for one half...too cute, but had to be corrected of course :)
The object of the game is to get home. The student picks a card and counts the dots on the ladybug and moves to the ladybug with that many spots. There is a ladybug on a leaf card that helps you move forward, but watch out for the fly away ladybug card. That card sends you back to start :(