Earth Day is a great opportunity to teach kids about ways to protect our planet and it’s also a great opportunity to improve your students’ math skills!
Earth Day Math Adding Doubles Digital task cards are perfect for learning at home! Play these Boom Cards on any browsers, on Interactive whiteboards and Smartboards, desktops, laptops, netbooks, Chromebooks, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets and phones, and Kindle-Fire tablets.
These Digital Math Task Cards help your students to achieve basic addition and subtraction fact fluency which is essential in 1st and 2nd grade. The Game is a fun way to practice math facts.
14 Boom Cards (Adding Doubles 1-12)
These Math Boom cards are great for morning work, seat work, math centers, substitute teacher days, early finishers, early morning arrival time, independent practice, tutoring, small group work, or indoor recess.
They’ll be good as recess activities and brain breaks. Kids can practice adding and subtracting Math Facts and compete with each other.
BOOM Cards are easy for the teacher and fun for the children!
How does it work?
As students work through tasks, they get immediate feedback. A correct answer moves them to the next question. An incorrect answer requires the student to try again.
You can monitor student progress with color-coded charts to see exactly how your students are progressing.
How to download or access these materials?
When you purchase this resource, you’ll receive a PDF download. Inside the PDF you will find directions and a hyperlink to click.
You’ll click the link(s) to add each deck to your Boom library (if you do not already have an account, you will be prompted to set up a free one when you click the link).
Once you access the Boom deck it stays in your Boom library forever!
You do NOT have to download any apps in order to use these materials. If you would like to use an app, however, they are available for free for Apple, Google, and Kindle devices.
What do I need in order to use Boom?
You will need:
A computer, laptop, tablet, or Chromebook
An internet browser that is less than 3 years old (OR the free BOOM app)
A Boom Learning account (FREE!)
An internet connection that students can use on a computer, tablet, or interactive whiteboard to access the games