In this post, I share Spring Math Worksheets I use in my classroom, but also ideas for other printables you can do with your students to help them master their basic skills.
One of the challenges we have as teachers is coming up with activities to practice the skills our students need to learn without them getting bored or feeling like they’re doing the same thing day in and day out. We can accomplish this is by varying activities or by simply changing the worksheets while practicing the same skill.
Kidzone has some spring math worksheets you can search for by grade level.
They have addition and subtraction with or without regrouping, missing addends, adding three single digit numbers, and more.
These spring math worksheets use images that interest children, like rainbows, ladybugs, flowers, frogs, and others to help them stay engaged in what they are learning.
This is an engaging game to help make practicing double digit addition fun! It helps them to deepen their understanding of place value in order for them to get faster at their mental math skills.
This is a Spring math assessment you can give to second grade students to determine where they are at in their understanding of adding numbers to 1,000.
I created spring math fluency activities to practice math in a way that was exciting to my students. Our core math curriculum had daily fluency practice sheets that looked exactly the same every day and my students would dread doing them. It’s amazing what adding a few cute images on a worksheet will do to make things seem new and fresh, and still provide students the opportunity to practice the same skills.
I also created a math fluency game that students can play individually, with a partner, or in groups for additional practice.
If you would like to read more about why we teach math fluency and how you can teach it in your classroom, I wrote another post about it here.