These are so cute and so hard to resist!! Your students will love putting together these fun Halloween puzzles as they practice their number sense! These would be great to put in a math center. I have differentiated them for your student’s learning level. They start from 0-5, 1-10, 11-20, and counting by 10’s to […]
This week we are still working on number sense by using 10 frames. My students love doing these engaging activities! The 10 frame link also helps build fine motor skills. For the students to be accountable for their work, I created math packets for them to write down their numbers. To make: I cut envelops […]
This is a super cute Halloween activity for your students to do during math centers! Even better it’s a FREEBIE! Each set covers tallys from 1-12 and are grouped by bright, neon colors. This also comes in black in white to save ink! My students love matching the numbers to the tally marks. It gives […]
This is a perfect packet for the beginning of the year! There are different activities that your students can do independently, whole group, or in a small group. There are also great posters to place in your classroom for the students to use as resources. Included, are great resources and activities for DIBELS practice, and […]
I am so excited about my newest project! This is a great tool for any teacher to have in their classroom to keep track of their student’s growth throughout the school year. If your report cards have changed to the CCSS (which ours already have) this is going to be perfect for you! As a […]
I use this anchor chart in my classroom every year, and it is a really great resource for the kiddos to refer to! I make sure to post it where it’s easily accessible for them. When we move into problem solving, they are already thinking of different strategies to use just from seeing this anchor […]
Another fun, math activity my kinder smarties love to do, is the 100’s chart puzzle! I find a hundreds chart and run it off on colored paper. Make sure to laminate it so you can use it year after year! I cut the chart up randomly like a puzzle and they try and fit it […]
I have been trying to find new ways for my kinder smarties to practice subtraction. They really like using the colorful pom poms!
Today in our class my Kinder smarties created 3D shapes made of tooth picks and marshmallows! They had so much fun making this project, and they were really good at it! The only tricky part was not eating the marshmallows 🙂
My kinder smarties count the dots on the turkeys and match the numbers to the correct amount. This is good practice for dot dice number recognition which builds number sense!