This 2 page "Name that Number" type-worksheet can be used during a morning work routine. Teacher (or student) selects one number a day and has several activities to do with that number. The names correlate with some of the Every Day Math "names" asked of K, 1st and 2nd Graders such as: tallies, domino's, longs and cubes, coins, fact families, etc.
On the last day of the week, students create a story problem with the number, including a picture and a number model.
SUPER COOL DAILY NUMBER WORKSHEET FOR THE WHOLE WEEK! The task is different every day, and it's presented in a fun, clear, efficient, and user friendly way.
Love it. Thanks!
To Karen, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, and Penny.
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
I had a question about the domino. We don't do everyday math, so I wasn't quite sure how to teach the dominoes. I'm assuming the highest number a domino could make would either be 9 or 10? So for example if the # if the day were 20, they would need two dominoes equalling 10 each? I wasn't sure how many numbers they had to use, etc. please explain - I absolutely LOVE this worksheet otherwise, and use it along with their daily oral language for morning work.