Common Core Standards Correlation Chart helps you to know which kindergarten standards you are meeting with these ocean 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.
An additional 7 math stations are included!
Your students can play Diving into Numbers and Shark Bait Connect 3 with 3 different handwriting practice pages (Numbers 1-6 for numeral recognition),(Numbers 1-12 for addition),or (Numbers 3-18 addition).
Ocean Friends is a fun 10 frame version of bump!
A cute color by numbers page is differentiated for +1 addition, -1 subtraction, or simple numeral recognition.
Sea Creature Spin and Graph will aid their data collection skills.
Students will practice their operations and algebraic thinking with Ocean Frame Fun.
Students will also write their own addition word problems with "Beach Collection."
"I Can..." cards are included to foster student independence.
If you have enjoyed my other math stations, you will like this one. The predictable activities mean your students can work independently while you work with a small group or an individual student.
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Hi Deedee! I can't tell you how much I love all of your math work stations! (Im actually at school right now prepping them). I do have a quick question though...on page 15 the 20 tally mark card does not have an octopus on it. Is there any way that it can be added? Thanks so much for all you do for us teachers!
Thank you... Yes, we have a great time... they don't even realize how much they are learning! I am just wrapping up my end of year assessments and I am so happy with what they can do!
May 2, 2012
Your stuff is fab! I am a Special Ed teacher and am so grateful for all the help I get from people like you. I would LOVE to be the winner and get your giveaway. As you can imagine we get very little classroom money and I am trying to teach many levels and many skills at once. Paula