Winter fun! Common Core Standards Correlation Chart helps you to know which kindergarten standards you are meeting with these snowman themed Math Work Stations. These stations are about Beginning Number Concepts numbers 1-20.
Activity cards can be used 5 different ways: sort, compare more and less, memory, play Go Fish, plus an additional game. These cards feature the numbers presented in different ways: Numerals, number words, ten-frames, and tally marks.
Your students can play Frosty Numbers or Connect 3 with 2 different handwriting practice pages (Numbers 1-6 for numeral recognition)or (Numbers 1-12 for addition).
A cute color by numbers page is differentiated for +1 addition, -1 subtraction, or simple numeral recognition.
5 frame and 10 frame game is included. Students will need to think strategically! Increase your students math vocabulary with the math talk cards.
Students will also practice place value (11-19) with "Snowballs!!!)
"I Can..." cards are included to foster student independence.
I love having the children play a matching game with the ten frames and the numbers!
February 1, 2013
Love your workstations! Thanks!
January 28, 2013
So much fun
January 27, 2013
These are great stations and are similar to many of Deedee's other stations. If you have used her other stations your kiddos will have little trouble learning these...many of the same concepts just different pictures so the kids feel like they are entirely new games :)
Deedee, I am a huge fan and I have a request. I have been searching online for a general Emergency Substitute Packet that can be left with my sub folder in case of an emergency when I am unable to plan and prep centers. Nothing I have found compares to the cuteness and quality I am used to from you and my other TPT heros. I am thinking a "themed" day based on a picture book (that could be used any time of the year). A read aloud, few simple center ideas(that I can prep and leave with folder), math activity, etc. Of course it would have to be simple activities that the kids could handle with a sub...you know the rest. Do you have ideas? Is this something you would consider making to sell...or do you know someone that has something like this for sale?? Thank you for considering my request. If you are able to do something to this effect, the hardest part will be for me to prep it and leave it, cause I am sure I'll want to use it!! :)
Thank you! I do not have anything like the emergency sub plans. I know there is a group called "In a Pinch" and they sell books on Teacher's Notebook. I also know of another blogger who is working on something like this, but they are not ready yet... :-(
January 16, 2012
I need to reprint a couple of pages from this but I can't figure out how to do it. Help!
Hi there... let me see if I can help. When you go into the PDF file, scroll down until you come to the page you want to reprint. Then you hit "file", then "print", then you should have the option to select "current page", then hit "Ok". If you need to print a page range, you can enter those page numbers you need to print (ie 4-6).
I'm assuming you have the PDF. If you need to re-download the file you can do that by going to "My Purchases" on Teachers Pay Teachers.
I hope that helped. Let me know if you have any other questions.