Writing Numbers Let's get cross-curricular with this math based easy reader. Combine your students' reading and math skills with this interactive book that they can read, complete, and take home to read some more! ***GET 16 MORE INTERACTIVE
Write Now: Early Number Writing Do your children want to write numbers but are unable to produce numerals that are legible? Once children start to repeat letters and numbers they are forming motor habits that last a life time. “Write Now!” gives
Write numbers with Ampy® uses an open navigation structure based on early learning principles that are designed to foster independent learning skills. This open structure enables children to freely move around the app and take control of their
By the end of the year, my students are expected to be able to write the numbers 1-120. This pack has students begin with writing 1-20 (a scaffolded version and a blank version). They will then move to writing numbers 1-50, then 1-100, and finally
This freebie contains the first three pages of a 14 page unit for writing numbers to 10. Product descriptios is as follows: Connect with one of your favorite beginning of the year books (Chicka Chicka Book Boom!) with this 13 page number
A 'rhyming how to' for students learning to write numbers 1-10. Perfect for Early Childhood programs and Kindergarten classrooms. Parents will LOVE this tool which makes helping their child much easier. I use it every year!
A quick assessment rubric for assessing students on their numbers 1-20 and above. First ask students to write numbers 1-20 and then provide them with a few more numbers that are 20-100. For those students who are high, you can even give them
This card has been created to assist students with writing number words. It encourages them to use the correct spelling. In order to save paper when printing/copying, I've placed two cards on one page. These can be added to math notes/journals
Students practice writing numbers in three forms - standard form, expanded form, & word form. The form is blank so that you can customize it (smaller or larger values depending on your grade level). I usually fill in one of the forms for the
This is one mission from our 100th Day of School Mystery. Our "secret agents" used invisible ink pens (or you could use highlighters) to write numbers to 100. Our room was blacked out and turned into a spy lab. We used black lights and small tap
These sheets provide practice with correct number formation and writing numbers from 1 to 120. The font is open with starting dots and sized large enough to accommodate students with fine motor issues. These pages could be copied back-to-back
Provides a great introduction and gives practice with writing numbers that require hyphens. Students say the number, write down the number name, and trace the hyphen.
This is a short lesson plan for math centers to help students write numbers 1-9 correctly. The lesson plan includes directions for scratch & sniff paint, as well as the other 5 senses. See-highlighters (pink or blue and yellow) Hear-'I can write
This product has 2 pages. Students can use them to write their numbers to 100 or 120, depending on grade and/or skill level. These pages address the following Common Core Standards*: K.CC.A.1 Count to 100 by ones and by tens. K.CC.A.3 Write
Students will work on writing numbers in expanded and word form. These worksheets can be used as a review, quick assessment or just extra practice! Also included is a fun math race idea to get kids excited, involved and moving!
Need a quick handout on writing numbers in expanded form, comparing numbers and rounding? Try this for 3rd or 4th graders!
Writing Numbers is used to help students learn how to write numerals using number words. It can be used as a numeracy warm-up before or after a lesson, or it can be used to reinforce the concept. Common Core Reference CCSS.1.NBT.A.1 Count to 120,
Do your students need opportunties to practice writing numbers to 100?? This packet includes 6 different 100s charts with a Valentine's Day theme to give students practice writing numbers to 100!! Two of the charts are completely blank; two of
***Updated On page 18 of the Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form freebie. Letter D in the document provided the option of 14,000 + 700 + 10 +2, but it should have read: 10,000 + 4000 etc... PROBLEM SOLVED!
This packet is an easy way to get started with the math common core state standard 2.NBT.3. It will help you make informed decisions on how to teach the place value concept of reading and writing numbers to 1000 using base-ten notation, number
This personal word wall can be kept in homework and math folders to assist students when needed. Small place value chart included. Featured in : Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form (FREE) Personal Word
The assessments align to Kindergarten Common Core Math Standard CC3: Write numbers 0-20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral. This FREEBIE has two different parts. The first assessment provides teachers with direction cards for
This is a sheet I created for a student that was writing their numbers but needed a format to follow, otherwise he couldn't write the numbers in sequential order.
This is a practice worksheet for writing numbers 1-30. There is a scaffold for students to look at and practice perfect penmanship while they write the numbers. Then, there is another page that has less of a scaffold, and requires students to
This is a simple game for students to practice writing numbers to 50, 100, and 120, starting with any number, and they love it! Students take turns writing numbers on a 100 chart, racing to roll a 6 to take control of the pencil. The player who
This is a game for writing numbers to 100. You can not go wrong with this game. The kids love it! It's super fast and engaging, and a wonderful way to "trick" little learners to practice writing their numbers. Enjoy!
I found that this worksheet gave my students plenty of practice going from expanded form to word form. I used this as a classwork and homework assignment. The others in this set build on this one and get harder as they progress to writing numbers
Many kindergarten students need practice on writing the numbers that come before a given number. This is an activity sheet that went along with the paper airplanes we created as a class and then I wrote the number "before" each number on the
This is a 10 question mini assessment to gauge where your students are in relation to reading and writing numbers. These questions are STAAR formatted and has an answer key.
Looking for a way that parents can support reading & writing numbers at home? This homework assignment is a great way to help parents practice with their child. It also gives them an idea of what needs further practice. Check out some of my
This free product contains half-sheets* for practicing writing numbers 0-10. Students will be able to practice correct formation, tracing, and writing each number independently. These sheets can be used for morning work, homework/review,
Teach the concept of "before" and "after" in math with this fun partner game. It includes: -Toss & Write recording form -Toss & Write number board Partners will need a recording form, a counter (or other item to toss), and a number board.
This freebie includes three different count, sequence and write number boards. Students will work on counting, sequencing and writing... *Numbers 0-20 *Skip Counting by 5's to 100 *Skip Counting by 10's to 100
This 10-page document allows students to write their numbers from 1 to 1000 by writing one hundred numbers per page in a standard hundred-grid. Each page is filled out once per month beginning in September and finishing in June. The clip art image
Covering place value (through millions), reading numbers, and writing numbers. Students find information in a place value chart and have to either write the expanded form, word form, or standard form
This freebie includes number posters 1-10 with green dots and arrows to show little learners how to form their numbers. Use this for a bulletin board or a simple mini poster to hold while teaching number writing. Happy teaching!
Silly me! It's been brought to my attention that there was a mistake featured in Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form MY APOLOGIES!!! The error can be found on the matching exercise on page 18 of the
Pass out this booklet to students. They can use it as a reference as they write numbers in words. It includes information in kid-friendly language about when to use a hyphen and how to abbreviate commonly used measurements. No more excuses about
This is a simple template I use with my first graders to give them support as they learn the pattern of three digit numbers. The booklet is set up with more scaffolding in the beginning and weens them off as they progress through to 1000. I've
I found that this worksheet gave my students plenty of practice going from standard form to word form. I used this as a classwork and homework assignment. The others in this set build on this one and get harder as they progress to writing numbers