Fall Counting & Numbers Practice Pages & Mats (Differentiated,Common Core)

Grade Levels
PreK - K
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40 color, 40 b/w, + answer keys & instructions, 38 JPEG files
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Easily differentiate your fall counting & numbers practice with this resource which includes:

• three sets of differentiated, no prep, printable practice pages for numbers 1-20 that use fall/autumn clip art and are common core aligned (color and black and white). Students can practice the standards at a level suitable to their ability.

• half page and full page play dough / center mats for numbers 1-20 in color and black and white for hands-on practice

• step by step instructions with pictures on how to use the practice pages and number mats in the free apps Pic Collage (Pic Kids) and Seesaw for easy technology integration

• JPEG files of the full-color practice pages and number mats for use in Seesaw and Pic Collage (Pic Kids)

• printable answer keys in color and black/white for easy assessment

The first set of practice pages (2 color pages, 2 b/w pages) requires students to count sets of objects and circle the correct number from 3 given numbers to practice counting, number recognition and core standards K.CC.B.4 and K.CC.B.5.

The second set (2 color pages, 2 b/w pages) requires students to count sets of objects and write the correct number to practice counting, writing numbers,

and core standards K.CC.A.3, K.CC.B.4 and K.CC.B.5.

The third set (6 color pages, 6 b/w pages) requires students to represent a given number by either drawing or cutting and pasting the correct number of apples or pumpkins for practicing counting, one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, and core standards K.CC.B.4 and K.CC.B.5

These pages are perfect for morning work, extra practice, assessment, or regular class work.

The play dough / center number mats have a fun fall theme to spark student interest and come in color and black and white (the black and white can be printed onto colored paper) as well as both full page and half page sizes.

Students can roll play dough into small balls (great fine motor practice) and place the appropriate number of balls in the ten frame. They can also form the play dough in the shape of the number inside the large “bubble numbers”.

These mats may also be used for centers. Students can place counters, bingo chips, acorns, or other manipulatives in the ten frames to represent the number. They may also use fall stickers, bingo dabbers, color the squares with fall colors, or draw their own pictures. The large “bubble numbers” can be traced or rainbow traced (traced with as many colors as possible) and then students can practice writing their own numbers in the white space.

Instructions for easy technology integration are also included. You receive step by step directions with pictures for the following:

• How to use the practice pages in both Pic Collage and Seesaw - save paper and spark student interest by making them digital!

• How to combine hands-on learning with the number mats and digital learning so students (and you) can have a record of their center work

• How to "app smash" and use projects created in Pic Collage with Seesaw

• How to use technology to assess students' counting and one to one correspondence

♥ ♥ ♥ What other teachers are saying about this resource:

"Talk about differentiated instruction! This is perfect! Thank you!" - Katrina S.

"My students loved using this resource! Super cute and excellent for learning how many!" - Gretchen K.

"Great activity for reinforcing counting and number recognition for the teen numbers. Colorful and seasonal. My kids have loved using these." - Meg B.

"My kids really enjoyed these mats and practice pages. Cute yet practical." - Jamecia H.

"Thanks for doing the work for me! It is exceptional quality and love how to use it with Seesaw and Pic Collage" - Trina H.

"This was a perfect save when I needed Morning Work and I'll be using it often at Centers. :-)" - Pop Gardens

"These are great for my students struggling with teen numbers." - Lyanne C.

"Great for Math warm ups and journals. Also work well within the lesson" - Kaylee J.

"These were great for morning work and homework" - Elizabeth C.

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Counting & Numbers Practice Pages Bundle (Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall)

Spring Counting, Numbers Practice Pages 1-20: Differentiated,Common Core Aligned

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Winter Counting & Numbers Practice Pages 1-20 (Differentiated, Common Core)

Pumpkin Practice Center & Reproducible Pages for Counting, Numbers, & Skip Counting


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40 color, 40 b/w, + answer keys & instructions, 38 JPEG files
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.


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