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Who doesn’t love a good old fashioned snowball fight? They can be so fun! Bringing this small joy into the classroom can lighten the mood, especially if there isn’t any snow outside. Your students are going to love competing to see who can “throw” and complete the highest amount of snowballs in our newest digital number sense game!
Digital Snowball Number Sense
Number sense is a super important foundational skill and there are so many fun ways of learning it! In our newest digital release, we have created a fun Number Sense Snowball game that will have your learners practicing their one-to-one correspondence, number fluency, and number recognition.
Boom Learning, Google Slides, and Seesaw
Like all of our other digital games, our Snowball Number Sense game is available on the following digital platforms:
- Boom Learning (covers numbers 0-10)
- Google Slides (covers numbers 0-10)
- Seesaw (covers numbers 1-10)
Both Boom Leaning and Google Slides work very similarly and feature a self-correction component that will allow learners to know whether their answers are correct or not. You will also notice that tally marks are included within the number options – a great way to familiarize your learners with tally marks! Along with tally marks, students will also see ten frames and number words.
Seesaw has a few minor differences. It includes numbers 1-10 and utilizes ten frames, number words, and base ten blocks.
Students will simply drag and drop the snowball pictures that match the given number. However, students will not receive feedback as to whether their answer is correct or not.
Upon downloading, you will receive access to all three versions on their respected platform. This allows you to utilize whichever best works for you and your students!