These are math activities I made for my Kindergarten classroom to use in March around St. Patrick's Day.
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These activities are meant for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students. I made addition cards with small leprechaun children counters so that my students can count using one-to-one correspondence for their addition problems. Number sense is crucial for the little ones to properly understand their math. Also, the cards I made for the answers can also be used in a separate math center by themselves. I have my students line up the numbers 0-100 in one of our math centers as a small group...this is harder than you think! The first few times, my students usually are unable to do it within the allotted time, so they leave what they have for the next group to finish. After a few times of practicing, they get very excited when their group can get it finished within the 15-20 minutes that they have. It's a great way for them to really get a true number sense of how much is in 100 as well as ordering the numbers correctly. They use my 100 chart from my calendar as their guide. Lastly, I doubled the numbers 0-100 using the leprechaun boy/girl so that my students can play a St. Patrick's Day memory match with numbers from 0-100. Once you print out the cards, cut and laminate, you can change out different card numbers for them to practice throughout the month. Just choose any 20 numbers with their matching pair to have your students play/practice with during math center time. I hope that you enjoy using these St. Patrick's Day math activities with your students.
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