My sweet little girl just recently celebrated her 2nd birthday and I love party planning, so this year we went with an Ice Cream Sundae on a Sunday theme. Here are a couple of shots of her fun day…
My big girl!
Isn’t she edible?
Well, this ice cream theme inspired me to make something fun for the beginning of the school year because kids love ice cream and it will make one cute bulletin board for Back to School Night! One of the first things we go over in math at the start of the year is Place Value. I made a very comprehensive set last year (Place Value Through the Millions) and it has sold like hot cakes so, I created this packet as a supplement to that. I introduce to you, Place Value Ice Cream Match Up!
This new place value set focuses more on Standard, Expanded and Word Form- which I noticed that kids forgot towards the end of last year when we were reviewing for the State Test.
Check out what is in this yummy set:
Bright posters: perfect for your bulletin board or math wall.
I love this 3 sheet activity. The first page has 15 cones that have numbers, in the thousands and millions, written in Standard Form….
The next two worksheets include the ice cream scoops with the same numbers written in Expanded Form and Word Form.
Finally is a cute way for your kids to make their own ice cream cone. This is an easy and fun math creativity for them to do independently and when your class is done it makes a delicious bulletin board!
Thanks for sharing in on my summer ice cream obsession! Pick up your delicious set of Place Value Ice Cream Match up here! And just for fun… I am going to email this tasty set to the first person who can guess what my favorite ice cream flavor is. Don’t forget to leave your email address so I can send you this sweet treat!
I'm guessing my favorite. ..yummy vanilla!?
Karenholmes at outlook.com
Chrissy Rene says
Cookie dough? 🙂
Adorable set, adorable party, adorable kiddo.
Roxanne Sterling says
Strawberry or chocolate
Kelly Cook says
Mint Chocolate Chip
Mrs. G says
Darn my first instinct was mint chocolate chip. I'm going to go with Rocky Road.
Teach on a Limb
Julie Sawyer says
Math is Elementary
Debbie Teise says
Vanilla Fudge Swirl? Love your birthday theme… Wish my girls were little again! Great set too!
Lyn S says
Layla Wiedrick Henry says
Thanks for all the yummy guesses but Kelly Cook and Jessica G you are the winners! I have loved mint chocolate chip since I was Penny's age!
Layla Wiedrick Henry says
For those of you who want a second chance to win this pack, head over to my Facebook page and see how you can win this!
Joelle Leger says
Love these activities! Thanks for sharing. Where did you get the beautiful fonts?
I LOVE this! I'm adding a place value review to the beginning of my year this year and this fits in perfectly! I'd love to do something similar in my decimals unit – do you have/are you planning to make something along those lines? I'd love it!