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The Magic Of Math Unit 1 for FIRST GRADE focuses on: Week 1 Counting and Numbers (0-20) Week 2: Place Value to 50 Week 3: Place Value to 99 Week 2: Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 99 *Please Note: This is an INTRODUCTION to Place Value. We will be focusing on Place Value to 120 i
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Place Value Count the Room Students use this math center to practice counting base ten rods and ones units. Students will record the numbers on the included recording sheet. Students can walk around the room or you can place all the cards in a bucket for the students to utilize.
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Hang the cards (values of 10-20) around the room, and let your students walk around with clipboard/recording sheets to find and record them. A fun addition to your Dr. Seuss unit! I also have a Dr. Seuss (1-20) Count the room, and Dr. Seuss add the room, and a bundle with all 3 in my TPT store!
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We use the Math Modules on www.engageny.org as we live in NY. We often feel there is not enough practice for our students. We created this product to help reinforce the many skills covered in Module 3. You may find this helpful while you are teaching these concepts or you may want to use it as a rev
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Includes 20 worksheets geared to helping kids rock their NWEA MAP 2-5 Math Test! I struggled to find passages to help my own students practice skills that they were being tested on when they took the NWEA. These passages were written in order to give students practice with skills found in the RIT b
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Using this circus theme, students learn to count from one to one-thousand while making different circus animals. It is suggested to start this activity at the beginning of the year. Covers CCSS: 2.NBT.1 2.NBT.1a 2.NBT.1b 2.NBT.2
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Place Value Count Forward and Count Back by 10 and 100 for Visual Learners is an instructional PowerPoint presentation that visually represents how to use place value to find 10 more, 10 less, 100 more or 100 less than a 3-digit number. Great for whole class instruction. Perfect for attention grab
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This "I Have, Who Has?" game focuses on place value with hundred blocks. Each card focuses on counting hundreds, tens, and ones There are 28 cards Have the student who has the "I have the first card." begin by reading his/her card, "I have the first card and I have_____. Who has ____?" (Alternati
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Your students will love these Groundhog themed Count & Move activities that help develop number sense & place value skills, and get them moving. Perfect for seasonal fun! This resource focuses on numbers 1-99 represented in base ten blocks, and features two complete card sets; “Count the Ten
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This Osmo game allows your student to review and practice counting base ten blocks. There are 19 slides for numbers 0-100 and then 4 challenge slides for 100-201. The directions are below for installing on your Osmo. When you edit your slides you will put in a Y for Yes and N for No Have fun pla
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Use these counting strips and work mat to help young children understand the basics of place value.
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These FIVE math sorts are excellent practice for your students on these skills: - Using base ten blocks to represent a number - Expanded form of a number - Word form of a number - Standard form of a number - Comparing numbers using the symbols <, >, and = - Counting by 1s, 5s, 10s, and 100s T
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Place Value: Count Forward and Count Back by 10 and 100 is a PowerPoint presentation teaches Place Value by count forward or backward by 10 or counting forward or backward by 100. Great for whole class instruction or small group intervention. Perfect for visual representation for Special Education
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Students can roll 3 dice. Write down the numbers in the squares to make a 3-digit number. Then, count by 100’s starting at the number in the squares.
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I use this activity in my math workshop. I laminate the game and have students use dry erase markers to circle groups of tens.
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This cute Christmas themed math worksheet pack is a fun engaging way to learn and reinforce many math principles. 5 pages with a different activity on each page. Children will enjoy fun Christmas and winter theme including Christmas trees, gingerbread men, candy canes, presents, stockings and more.
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Incorporate math into your CATCF unit by taping these cards around the room. Students will walk around to find the cards, count, and record on the recording sheet. Numbers 10-20 are represented on the cards. Contact me if you are in need of higher numbers! :)
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This is a primary grade 2 maths exam, which is useful if you have been teaching place value and counting forward and backward in 10s or 100s. Contents include: - Counting objects based on Place Values (hundreds, tens, units.) - Place value tables - More than, less than and equal to (including s
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These three place value counting mats and worksheets will be a great addition to your place value math centers or whole group math instruction! Students will use bags of manipulatives to count out groups of tens and ones to determine the two digit number. Students will practice counting: -Tens -Tens
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Need a fun and interactive way to get your students engaged learning place value? This is a paperless, no prep, self correcting activity to help students practice counting with a fun winter snowman theme. Boom cards are a fun and interactive way to get your students engaged in learning! In this down
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Using our original "stacks of 10" method, this chapter gives detailed teacher directions and a varied menu of pages to ensure that students gain the concept of place value of tens and ones, and learn to count to 100 with understanding. Many pages of activities with play paper money and coins, as we
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Drop the Number is a fun activity to use when practicing place value counting and comparing numbers. You'll need to make ten number sticks for each student using craft sticks and a marker. Draw ten dots on one side of the stick and one dot on the other side. Students will need their ten sticks and
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24 Place Value tasks with Base Ten Block pictures. This product will help students learn place value by counting tens and ones using the pictures of the base ten blocks and writing the numbers.
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Allow students to explore place value blocks by counting, comparing, and building numbers. Students are able to cut and paste blocks to build numbers, no need for everyone to have their own set of blocks!
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