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Use one twelve sided die or two regular dice giving the kids the choice to use 1 or 2 of the regular dice.

Thanksgiving Math with Candy Corn...focus on numbers and not so much the math problems. Could also make a book with numbers 0-10 or 11-20. I used corn kernels (light weight) to outline the numbers, but still thick. Next time I will use hole punch paper.

Same general idea, but we did color matching in each section. Put a paint chip square where the number is then found colored pom poms and use it for color matching.

Roll & Remove. This is a fun little game played with number dice, a game board, counters, and two players. Both players start with a counter covering each number of their number line. Each player rolls the dice and adds the two numbers together to find out which counter to remove. If the player rolls a sum that’s already been removed from his/her number line, the player loses a turn and passes the dice. The first player to remove all of his/her counters from their number line wins the g...

Counting with The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Make leaves with holes punched in to match the numbered rocks (or any other counter you want)

Candy Corn. I'll try it with my K class for graphing. Ask which color is the most, middle, fewest after sorting the colors.

Candy Corn door hanging made out of burlap

This PDF file has a class/teacher book (letter sized) in color and little readers of "Candy Corn, Candy Corn, What Do You See?". The clipart for this book is just adorable and your students will love it! It has two little black and white readers for students. One has tracking dots and one does not. -Teaching by the Beach

Counting by 5's... Have the students write addition and subtraction sentences using the numbers given.

Will make into a booklet for kids. Good Differentiation, Can be used to learn: circles, one to one, counting, number recognition, number sight word recognition, and Pattern reading if I add simple sentence ie one circle, two circles also singular, plural

Mess For Less: Halloween Math: Candy Corn Counting.... Need to work on teens, this would be motivation