I created these 12 stations to use the Target mini-erasers for small groups, stations, and morning work. If you do not have the mini-erasers, these activities also work well with play dough or other manipulatives. My kids love using these activities. They work great for morning work and early finisher activities, as well as math centers.
Here is the table of contents:
1. Spring Sort, Graph, and Add p. 3-21
2. Eraser or playdough counting mats 1-20 Color: p.22-42 Blackline: p. 43-62
3. Counting Worksheets: p. 52-53
4. Ten frame cards (1-10) p. 63-65
5. Ten frame cards (11-20) p. 66-70
6. Making 5 Addition Task Cards p. 72-77
7. Making 10 Addition Task Cards p. 78-83
8. Making Teen Numbers p. 84-102
9. Spin, Graph, and Add p. 103-111
10. Number Card Games p. 112-115
11. Race to 100 Game p. 116-118
12. Springtime Subtraction p. 119-137
Eraser Substitutes p. 138-141
I understand that many of us have to conserve paper and buy our own ink. Many activities have black and white options as well as recording sheets that print 2 or 4 to a sheet!