Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Super Mario Themed Scrabble Math {Free Printable}

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We've been doing some Scrabble math nearly every single day for about three weeks now. Five year old J loves it. Well, he also loves Super Mario, so I created this Super Mario themed Scrabble math printable for him. It's just such a fun way to work on spelling and math.

Super Mario themed Scrabble math activity for kids with free printable from And Next Comes L

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We love Super Mario in our house. All of us. Yes, that includes me. My all time favorite video game is Super Mario World for Super Nintendo (how's that for a random fact?!). Lately, we have been enjoying playing Super Smash Bros together on the WiiU. We've even been collecting some Amiibos (you can see a few of them featured in the picture above) to go with the game. J really loves the Pikachu Amiibo while K loves the Kirby Amiibo. So, needless to say, we have been thoroughly enjoying some Nintendo goodness in our house. So it goes without saying that this Super Mario Scrabble math printable was a huge hit with both boys! That's why there's a little three year old hand grabbing for the printable in the picture. His hand made it into literally every photo I tried to take. 

To do Scrabble math, you will need:

Five year old J loves to add up the scores for each word and then write the letters in each box. Spelling and math done in one activity - sweet! Three year old K, on the other hand, just loved to match the letters and put them in the corresponding boxes.


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