Dinosaurs Number Book 0-20 (ten frames and number words) ---
This fun dinosaur number book for numbers 0-20 is great for introducing/reviewing numbers and math or literacy centers. Every page includes dinosaurs. There are four pages for every number 0-20 (exception: 3 pages for number 0) and a cover page totaling 84 pages.
The three pages for each number include the following:
1. number in corner, number word at top, ten frame with matching number of dinosaurs, sentence - He saw "number" dinosaurs - and students will trace the number word in the sentence and the number word at the bottom of the page
2. five sentences - each of the five sentences are the same with a different word to trace until the student is tracing the entire sentence in sentence five - He saw "number" dinosaurs, number word to trace at the bottom of page
3. trace number word, trace number, circle focus number in the box
4. Cut and paste the correct number of dinosaurs into the ten frame to match the number on the page.
The preview shows every page included.
This resource is now available in a Dinosaur Bundle (Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade) with four other dinosaur resources saving 40% off of the individual resources.
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