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Our kids LOVE fidget spinners, so for our Kindergartener, I decided to make him a math worksheet. All that you do is spin your fidget spinner and see how many math problems you can do before the spinner stops. Write your number down and try again!

PS- You can order your fidget spinner here.

If you already have one, just print the fidget spinner sheet below (I can send you the link to download it  for freeFidget spinner and math Worksheet.

You will also see this one when you click the link: ( I made this one for our older child) 
Fidget spinner and math worksheet.

PS- our kids love this one (below)!
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Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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  1. Although as a classroom teacher, the spinners drive us absolutely stark raving insane, this is a REALLY good idea!!!!

  2. Great idea Becky , I have five Spinners in my desk draw! I’m going to use the worksheet for the older students and pass the other one to our lower grade teachers . Thanks !

  3. Can you send me the work sheet for the fidget spinner i want to show my teacher

  4. Such a great idea, thank you. Do you have anything for a boy turning 8, that doesn’tlike to read?

  5. Thank you!!
    Three days to end of year…
    I’ve mostly packed up the classroom but still need to do some “learning”!!
    (I also want to leave the kids with “yah, that was the cool teacher we had in Gr6”) 😉

  6. love this idea!
    do you have any others, say addends through 10 or 20 ?
    thanks for sharing!