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Find a Friend is a cooperative learning structure that gets students up and moving, as well as interacting with each other. Students will practice their counting and skip counting skills using this activity. This version is Common Core aligned to the Number and Operations in Base Ten standard 2.NBT
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This 30 page packet includes multiple game-boards of 4 different dice games that focus on numeral recognition, counting, one-to-one correspondence and basic addition practice. It is ideal for use in kindergarten and first grade classrooms. Games included in this packet: - Roll & Color: in this
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This sly differentiated counting set will allow your students to practice recognizing numerals and placing them in numerical order, skip counting by 2s. This fun activity can be used as a math extension for Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss. • There is a set of cards for students to skip count by 2s up to 1
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This pack includes tags for counting: -I can count to 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120. -I can count by 2's, 3's, 5's, 10's. Brag tags are a great way to promote positive behavior and academics at school! Award a brag tag when the student is showing the tag's behavior. Just print, lami
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Also included in: Brag Tags for Academics BUNDLE! {Behavior & Academic Incentive}

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If your students need practice counting by tens from any number, then these Center activities are just what you need. Contents: 1. Counting By Tens to 120 Lotto Fun 2. Find the Missing Number Fun 3. Large 120 Chart 4. Small individual 120 Charts 5. Answer Key This package includes two fun act
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A great way to practice counting down from 30. Students will roll a dice, count, and move to the correct space. Great for number recognition to 30 and counting backwards.
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I am not selling Dr. Seuss images - that is a NO NO! Here are seven number puzzles - used for skip counting. 1-10 11-20 10-100 100-1000 odd even random numbers These skip counting puzzles go along with the different books... Yertle the Turtle Cat in the Hat Fox in Socks etc....... My class loves
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All you need to do is print, laminate and cut these shamrocks on the thick black lines into 3 pieces. Students can match the number, number word, and the amount of shamrocks to put the shamrock back together! Perfect for a math tub or center! Condensed into 4 pages to save ink and paper! :) Graphi
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In this resource, students participate in three activities to engage them in the 2018 Winter Olympics in fun, yet challenging ways! First, students use several sports from the Winter Olympics to practice and refine a variety of math skills through over 30 word problems and graphing activities. Nex
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Use these turkey cards created by Christina Aronen to practice identifying and ordering numbers 1-30 with your students. They can also play games with them. Lay the cards face down and have your students choose two cards. Add them together and write down the sum. Choose two cards and subtract the s
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This interactive packet contains printables and a center activity to use together or separately. There are 20 printables and 7 sets of number cards 1-30 . The number cards are in 7 different colors and have multiple representations of numbers 1-30. Each number is represented by the numeral, a number
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Celebrate National Candy Corn Day on October 30 with this fun and educational math lesson that focuses on counting on by 10 from a given number. This download includes: *A complete lesson plan for using this lesson (including the math common core correlation) *Counting on by 10 puzzle cards *An edu
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Halloween Tally and Counting Memory Perfect for your October math centers. Students will practice using tally marks to count up to ten. Skill Level/ Grade: Pre-K-K One to one counting to ten. Directions: Memory: Match the bone-shaped tally to its corresponding pumpkin card. Make one set for a
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I am not selling any Lorax or Dr. Seuss images. This was inspired by Lorax or Earth Day events. Can be used as a center or an assessment. Just print on card stock and laminate. Work in partners or by yourself. This center contains skip counting puzzles or multiplication introduction: Numbers
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One panoramic picture is stretched over two landscape (long ways) pages. The numbers are printed on the bottom with guidelines to cut into strips. The students will order the numbers to reveal the picture! I picked images with blurry or repeating backgrounds so that the students were not simply putt
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Here is a gem I've used in my math centers and homework that have helped tremendously: Counting Coins Flash Cards! They are numbered in a sequential order, beginning with coin identification (heads and tails), then relating denominations with base 10 blocks, moving onto counting the coins by 1's, 5
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**This game is available in a pack with all my other SKIP COUNTING games (2-10) if you're interested!** "I have, Who has" is a fun game that can be used to reinforces almost any skill, and the kids LOVE to play it! This version of the popular game focuses on skip counting by 3s. This game include
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Instead of Write the Room... Count the Room. I tried this out on my class and they are asking to do it now. You could use this with If You Give a Mouse a Cookie - this one eats cheese instead. COMMON CORE CCSS: KCC1 KCC2 KCC3 KCC4 KCC5 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.A.3 Write numbers from 0 to 20. Rep
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This super cute Valentine’s Day activity will help your students practice the Common Core math “counting on” skill. To use: After printing, cut out the numbered rectangular engine cards and red, magenta, and pink train car cards. Laminate all cards for durability. Mix up the cards and have the stu
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Students will learn to quickly recognize images for quantities 5 to 10. Teachers will flash image cards with shaded squares to the class and the students will recreate what they saw onto their blank image mats. This activity can be used for whole group, small group and at math centers. Material
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Are you using Guided Math station rotation/centers in your Kindergarten or First Grade classroom? Then, this is the perfect component to a game center! A simple, yet fun math twist on the classic game of Go Fish! Students start with 3 cards each. They ask a specific partner if they have a number p
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These 30 task cards can be used to practice counting between 1 and 30 using blocks. They can be used for early finishers, tutoring, around the world, enrichment, reinforcement, or math centers. *************************************************************************** Connect with Mrs. Tech Mrs.
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Beginning of the year activity! Students count the chips in the Ten-Frames and place a clothes pin on their answer. They can flip it themselves or have a partner check it for them! Students will begin to see patterns as well as practicing 'counting-on' skills. I recommend printing it in card stock,
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This full activity with Soda Santa image can be found at WWW.YUMMYMATH.COM. Start out the activity by giving kids 30 seconds to look at the picture and have them take a quick guess: How many twelve packs of soda make up the Santa? Guess without calculating. Come up with a reasonable range for the
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