Interactive Counting Binder
Practice counting 1:1 correspondence
Practice recognizing numerals
Practice matching numerals to sets of objects
You will need: 1” binder (with plastic cover, cheapest at Sam’s), plastic baggie, 3 hole punch, cardstock, and Velcro.
Print out all slides on cardstock.
Place title slide in front cover of binder.
Laminate and three hole punch the counting slides.
Put a Velcro dot on the gray circle on each slide.
Cut out the cards with numbers on them and place the opposite Velcro dots on the back side.
Place in binder in random order.
Punch three holes in bottom of baggie in order to hold the number cards inside the binder. You could also use pencil bags for binders. I have seen on pinterest that you can put duck tape on bottom of baggie before you punch holes.
Slip the title strip in the spine of the binder.
This set counts l-.15
Use with small groups, as a math center or with students needing extra practice with counting, one to one correspondence, number recognition, etc…
You’re all set! Enjoy your Counting Binder!!
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