Learning's a Hoot: Number of the Day This might be ok to use a little later on during the year, or for a Number of the Week assignment. There's a blank template at the end so you can use numbers more appropriate for your grade level (although you might have to re-do some of the wording on the activities).
Higher order thinking activities are so important to stretch students' thinking and have them apply their skills! These questions and tasks were designed specifically with the first grade math standards in mind and there provide a ton of practice with addition, subtraction, place value, geometry, number sense, and more!
Addition Facts 18 Puzzles for Math Centers, Activities, Tubs, or Stations I have created 18 different addition facts puzzles. I suggest that you break into 2 or 3 different groups of 6 or 9 puzzles each so that it is not overwhelming. You could include more for advanced learners. There is also a recording sheet for accountability. These can also be used for higher first grade and lower 3rd grade students.
This self-checking maze has 11 problems involving the law of sines and the law of cosines. Students will be required to use both to solve for angles and sides of triangles. Answer key is included for easy checking.