Sunday, February 01, 2015

Days of the Week Scrabble Math {Free Printable}

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We are officially hooked on Scrabble math printables at our house, so I have been customizing them to help J learn all sorts of concepts. Right now he's obsessed with singing the days of the week in French. I just knew he would love to do the Scrabble math for the days of the week so I made a bilingual set of printables for him. These Scrabble math printables are such a great way to work on math, literacy, spelling, and even second language learning so I am happy to keep making new versions for him. I've also included two of our favorite music videos for learning the days of the week in French.

Days of the week Scrabble math - a great literacy and math activity in one! Comes with free English and French printable from And Next Comes L

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To do Scrabble math, you will need:



Use the Scrabble letter tiles to spell the days of the week. Then add up the score! Five year old J also likes to write the letters with pencil in the box afterwards.

To reinforce the French learning of the days of the week, we like to watch the following videos on YouTube. J loves to sing "Lundi matin" at the top of his lungs multiple times a day.




Don't forget to download your free days of the week Scrabble math printables!


If you enjoy these printables, then be sure to check out all of our other free Scrabble math printables here.
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