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Watermelon Math in a Tin

It's the second week of watermelon fun and learning here at Homeschooling My Kinetic Kids!  We're counting down to National Watermelon Day on August 3rd!  Earlier this summer, I introduced a watermelon life cycle, letter disks for spelling, fraction play food, and more!  Click HERE to see the watermelon learning landing page.

Today, I have more math in an Altoid tin, this time with cute watermelon slice counters.  I used the same 1 inch wood disks from the moveable alphabet and attached the printable to them with a glue stick.  The front side of the counters is laminated with packing tape.  If you're making both the letter disks and this math set for your homeschool, you can use the same disks for both, which should save you a bit of time and supplies.

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The math set includes a 10-frame for building numbers, counting, and doing addition and subtraction.  There are number cards as well, for labeling the numbers you create.  My kids like to use their custom counters for their math workbooks, too.

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