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We have done a lot of different candy math activities over the years and I figured it was time for a new one! Today I have some Gummy Bear Math activities in a fun printable set for you.
Also, try some Gummy Bear Science with this Edible Gummy Bear Slime!
What’s Included in the Gummy Bear Math Set?
This Gummy Bear Math set includes the following activities:
- Gummy Bear Ten Frame Mat
- Gummy Bear Pattern Cards
- Gummy Bear Graphing
- Gummy Bear Addition (up to 10)
Each activity has cute colorful gummy bear images to match with the colors of the actual gummy bears that you can buy in the store.
Gummy Bear Ten Frame Mat:
This includes a blank Ten frame mat and a set of colored gummy bears. You can use these to teach addition and subtraction and counting with kids. They are a great tool to use for young learners who are just starting out with beginning arithmetic and counting.
Gummy Bear Pattern Cards
This set includes 5 different pattern cards. They have partial patterns for kids to complete.
Gummy Bear Graphing
The graph is just that- a blank bar graph page. For this activity, give them a handful of gummy bears and let them graph them to see how many they got of each color. They can use the bears, or color the bar graph.
Gummy Bear Addition Cards
Help kids practice adding up to ten with these simple gummy bear addition cards. There are 12 different cards in this set.
How to Download the Gummy Bear Math Activity:
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What We Love About Candy Math Activities:
We absolutely love doing math with candy at our house. This Gummy Bear Math lesson was another favorite!
Using candy with our math lesson is a special thing that we don’t do every day, just every so often. When you involve food or treats with learning kids are really going to remember it!
There is research done that says when in incorporate more senses in your teaching, it will be remembered and internalized more. So that’s what I try to do often. It doesn’t always have to be food, but sights, touch, smell, etc. It’s all important to add into your teaching!
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