This packet contains eight activities that correlate with the Common Core Standards for Kindergarten.
Activity 1: 10-20 Matching Cards (K.NBT.1 Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones )
Students play a matching game with cards that have base ten pictures, numbers, and number words. A base ten skills sheet is included.
Activity 2: 11-20 Tens Frame Write the Room (K.NBT.1 Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones )
Students identify numbers 11-20 as they walk around the room and write the numbers on the recording sheet.
Activity 3: 3-D Shapes Roll, Say, Keep
(K.G.1-1 Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes)
Students play a 3-D shapes version of Roll, Say, Keep.
Activity 4: Counting On (K.CC.2 Count forward from a given number)
Students practice counting on by picking a card and writing the next two numbers in the sequence on the skills sheet. Three sets (2-10, 11-20, 21-20) are included.
Activity 5: Game of Compare (K.CC.7 Compare two numbers between 1-10)
Students pay a fun game of compare to see who has the greater number.
Activity 6: Addition to 10 and Subtraction within 10 (K.OA.1-1 Addition and K.OA.1-2 Subtraction)
Students pick a card and write the addition or subtraction sentence to go with the pictures. Three different recording sheets have been provided.
Activity 7: Race to 100/Race to 50 (K.OA.1-1 Addition)
Students play a St. Patrick's Day version of Race to 100 or Race to 50.
Activity 8: Race for the Gold (K.OA.1-1 Addition)
Students play with a partner to see who gets to the gold first.
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