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This packet includes 8 pages of Canadian money practice sheets. It includes: -two charts (one colour, one black and white), showing the six Canadian coins, their names, and their values. -six pages of counting money sheets (one each for penny, nickel, dime, quarter, loonie, and toonie). You ma
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Easy to prep math centre--just print out the pattern cards and add some play Canadian coins. Students can practice their patterning skills by placing the coin that comes next in the repeating pattern on the card. Includes 20 different pattern cards with up to four elements: abb abc ab aab abcd
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I'm always looking for ways to provide cross curricular learning for my students as I feel it engages students more as well as helps me hit multiple outcomes in a single assessment. With this in mind, I created 48 math task cards tied directly to learning about the regions of Canada. Included in th
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These booklets are perfect for teaching the Grade 1 Number Sense and Numeration expectations for identifying, describing, and naming the value of Canadian coins. There are also activity pages to practice skip counting as per the Grade 1 and Grade 2 curricula. Each coin has a page for the student to
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Now BUNDLED!!: O Canada Unit: BUNDLED The little packet of O Canada Math Games is perfect for math tubs or individual activities in your classroom. Each game comes with instructions and covers or reviews important math and social studies curriculum! Enjoy! Included in this packet are: Loon Fish
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This Poppy Doubles Game will help your students practice the math addition strategy of doubling. In this game, players take turns rolling a die. They must then double the number they roll and place a chip on the answer. The first player to cover all their numbers is the winner. If time runs out, wh
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Students can strengthen their number identification and counting skills while finding and coloring numbers to reveal a picture of a red maple leaf! Useful for learning related to Canada or the Canadian flag, as well as maple trees or autumn. Or use it as a fun Canada Day activity! There are two act
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O Canada! Take your students on an exciting journey across Canada with these sixteen informative calculator riddles! In addition to providing students with an opportunity to practice a variety of mathematics skill, the O, Canada! calculator riddles introduce your class to this great country that no
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This Poppy Math Game will help your students practice the math addition strategy of doubles +1 also known as near doubles. Doubles + 1 or Near Doubles is a math strategy that builds upon the students proficiency at doubling and 'near numbers' (+1). Its purpose is to train students to see questions
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Whimsical and fun illustrations of the entire Canadian currency. Download includes individual coins and bills, as well as composites of coins/bills laid in together. All files are .png for ease of use for layering. Will work easily in Word, Powerpoint, Pages, and Keynote (and others!)
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Help create a beautiful space on your classroom walls with these Canadian Indigenous Animals Number Posters. This set includes numbers 0-20 with Canadian animals, digits, and number words. They are great to keep up as a reference all year and to reinforce number recognition. These Canadian Indigeno
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Card games are an engaging, high interest way for students to develop fluency! Incorporating card games into your instruction is a fun way to help students recognize and count coin values. This resource includes 13 select numbers, represented in 4 different ways, for a total of 65 cards. Each n
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This dot to dot Canadian Flag counts by 2s. Follow the pattern or the picture stays hidden. Celebrate Canada's Birthday with this free skip counting puzzle. Feel free to share it with everyone you know. Like my Facebook page and post your finished puzzles to my timeline. These are not your mother's
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