It seems like every February we get a week of temperatures in the 70s. The warm weather doesn’t always hang around for too long, but it’s a nice reminder that spring will soon be on its way.
And as winter makes way for spring, it’s also a great time to study insects. With that in mind, today I’m releasing a new Insects Grid Games printable to help children with basic math skills. Whether your child loves ants, bees, butterflies, beetles, or ladybugs, you are sure to find a grid game that will attract your child’s attention in this pack!
Note: For more Insect activities and printables, see my Insects Unit Study page.
Grid games are great for practicing basic math skills. Children start by rolling a dice (for little kids I recommend jumbo foam dice, but for more advanced kids I recommend number dice). Using small objects, children then cover that number of squares on their grid.
There are five sets of grid games included in this Insects Grid Games pack featuring the following insects:
To accommodate children of varying levels, all of the grid games included in this pack come in 10-grid, 20-grid, and 100-grid versions. Here is a look at the pages included in this download:
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More insect learning resources
More insect printables from Gift of Curiosity:
- Insects Printables Pack
- Insects Do-a-Dot Printables
- Insects Anatomy Game
- Ant Printables Pack
- Ant 3-Part Cards
- Ant Do-a-Dot Printables
- Ladybug Do-a-Dot Printables
- Bee Do-a-Dot Printables
- Bee Sudoku
- Butterfly Do-a-Dot Printables