These Math and Literacy games for first grade make the perfect activity for centers! These activities are a fun and engaging way for students to practice math and literacy skills.
Monthly themes make these games fun throughout the entire year! The May set is full of Summer themes including the beach and camping games.
HOW TO USE THESE BUMP MATH AND LITERACY GAMES:
- Small Group Reading Warm Up Activity
- Literacy Center Partner Games
- Reading or Math Intervention Activities
- Early Finisher Activities and Games
- Rainy Day Recess Games
WHY GAME-BASED LEARNING?
Game-based learning provides practice and mastery through repetition! These game-based learning activities allow the students to master the structure of the game while the math and literacy skills change to match your scope and sequence or differentiation needs. Research shows students have an extended time and engagement on task and takes the students to an active learning state instead of passive learning state… OH! And GAMES ARE FUN!
Not sure how to play BUMP? Click HERE to see it in a blog post.
SAVE BIG WITH THE BUNDLE:
Each month contains 10 games in all with “I can” cards to support student independence.
First Grade Math and Literacy Center Activities Included:
- R Controlled Vowels word study BUMP game
- L Blends words study BUMP game
- Ending Blends: pt, mp, ct, ft words study BUMP game
- Digraphs words study BUMP game
- Word Families words study BUMP game
- Comparing Numbers math BUMP game
- Counting math BUMP game
- Ten Frames math BUMP game
- Adding 3 numbers math BUMP game
SEE WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THESE BUMP GAMES!
Jamie says, “My students absolutely LOVE these game boards for practicing their math and literacy concepts. I LOVE the new things for each month that make it easy to swap out materials.”
Justine says, “A must have for the classroom!!! Kids LOVE this game, so easy to switch content without having to reteach them how to play. “
Tales of a Countryside Teacher says, “Who doesn’t love BUMP? My students always ask to play this game time and time again. What a fun and engaging way for students to practice math and literacy skills.”