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This bundle includes each of the packets shown on the cover. These packets are designed to provide practice for the Kindergarten Common Core Math Standards. By purchasing this bundle, you are saving 20%! Keep reading for a detailed description of what is included.

"Scoops, Scoops, and More Scoops of Numbers 1 - 20" includes:

"Scooping Up" Students will trace, count, and sort numbers 1-20, shown in a variety of different ways. These pages can be used as printable worksheets or laminated and made into a math center activity.

"How Many?" Students will count objects in the ice cream scoops and print the number in the ice cream cone.

"Greater Than" Students will count objects in the ice cream scoops, write the number in the cones, and color the cone with the greater number of objects.

"Less Than" Students will count objects in the ice cream scoops, write the number in the cones, and color the cone with the lesser number of objects.

"Double Scoops" Students will count the dots in the first scoop, count on and draw dots in the second scoop, to make the number shown on the cone.

"Ordinal Scoops" Students will follow directions to color ice cream scoops, according to ordinal number.

2D Shapes Kindergarten Geometry includes:

2D Shapes Vocabulary Cards/Pictures- included is a set of color and black and white vocab and picture cards for a circle, square, triangle, rectangle, and hexagon.

2D Shapes Posters- included is a set of color and black and white posters for a circle, square, rectangle, triangle, and hexagon. Each poster gives the name of the shape, a picture, and lists the number of sides and vertices. Also included are posters explaining sides and vertices of shapes.

Foldable Shape Books- included is a foldable book for each shape. Students can count the sides and vertices, trace, color, and draw the shapes.

Color the Shapes- included is one practice page for each shape. Students will follow directions to color a given shape among mixed shapes, color the shape by size, and trace and color the shape.

I Can Make Shapes- students will cut, rearrange, and paste shapes to make new or larger shapes.

Sort the Shapes- students will sort pictures of real life objects according to shape.

Color By Shape- Given a picture composed of shapes, students will color the picture using a key.

"Where Can I Find a..." mini books- Using simple sight words and pictures, students will read a book about where to find shapes in everyday life. On the last page, they can draw and label an example of where they see each shape. Each book focuses on one shape. ***Yes bookmaking can be a pain, but I made them so minimal prep is required. Make single sided copies of the book you would like to use. Keeping one of each page for the book in a stack, cut down the middle and staple. This makes two books at a time.

Hopping for Math includes activities for the following domains:

Counting & Cardinality

"How Many?" - Students will count objects and write a number to show how many. (2 pages)

"Hop Across the Pond" - Students will write a sequence of numbers to count on from a given number. (4 pages)

"Hop Across by Tens" - Students will count to 100 by 10's and complete the missing numbers. (2 pages)

"Hop to 20" - Students will trace numbers from 0-20. Students will write numbers from 0-20. (4 pages)

"Lily Pad Number Match" - Students will match numbers and number names.

"Frogs on a Log" - Students will follow directions to color frogs, according to ordinal number.

"Tadpole Ten Frames" - Students will complete ten frames to match a given number. (2 pages)

"Tadpole Teens" - Students will complete ten frames to match a given number. (2 pages)

Operations & Algebraic Thinking

"Frog Pond Bonds" - Students will complete number bonds. (14 pages)

"Lily Pad Tens" - Given a number in a ten frame, students will complete it to make ten, and write a matching equation. (2 pages)

"Froggy Facts" - Students will complete a ten frame to match an addition sentence, count, and write the sum. (12 pages)

"Frogs on a Log" Addition Mini Book - Students will complete a mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading.

"One More in the Pond" Addition Mini Book - Students will practice the concept of adding one more. They will complete this mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading. They will also be able to write their own surprise ending to the story.

"And One Hopped Out" Subtraction Mini Book - Students will practice the concept of counting back one to subtract. They will complete this mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading. They will also be able to write their own surprise ending to the story.

"Leaping Lily Pads!" Subtraction Mini Book - Students will complete a mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading.

Numbers & Operations in Base Ten

"How Many More?" - Given a number and ten in a double ten frame, students will be able to draw more to represent a number from 11-19, and write a matching equation. (2 pages)

Printing instructions:

-mini books are meant to be printed as single sided

-most practice page sections with multiple pages are designed to be printed as double sided, but can be printed as singles.

Count on to Add Dice Edition includes:

Count on to Add - 2's

Count on to Add - 3's

Count on to Add - 4's

Count on to Add - 5's

Count on to Add - 6's

Count on to Add - 7's

Count on to Add - 8's

Count on to Add - 9's

Count on to Add - 10's

Count on to Add - 11's

Count on to Add - 12's

Count on to Add - 13's

Count on to Add - 14's

Count on to Add - Mixed Practice

Ten in the Pen includes:

How Many Ducks?- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve addition sentences.

Chicks and More Chicks- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve addition sentences.

How Many Eggs in the Nest?- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve subtraction sentences.

Pigs in the Mud- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve subtraction sentences.

Ten in the Pen- make ten in a ten frame and write a matching addition sentence

How Many in the Pen?- complete the ten frame to match the addition sentence , add and write the sum (3 pages)

One More in the Pen- complete the ten frame to match the addition sentence , add and write the sum

How Many Are Left in the Pen?- cross out cows in a ten frame to match each subtraction sentence, count, and write the difference (2 pages)

Make 4, 5, and 6- color and show ways to compose 4, 5, and 6. This is a double sided printable.

Make 7, 8, and 9- color and show ways to compose 7, 8, and 9. This is a double sided printable.

Take Apart 4, 5, and 6- show ways to decompose 4, 5, and 6. This is a double sided printable.

Take Apart 7, 8, and 9- show ways to decompose 7, 8, and 9. This is a double sided printable.

Hatching Numbers- complete number bonds. This is a double sided printable.

How Many Spots?- complete ten frames to match numbers. This is a double sided printable.

Who Left the Gate Open? File Folder Math Game- subtract from 10. This game includes a double sided recording sheet.

"Scoops, Scoops, and More Scoops of Numbers 1 - 20" includes:

"Scooping Up" Students will trace, count, and sort numbers 1-20, shown in a variety of different ways. These pages can be used as printable worksheets or laminated and made into a math center activity.

"How Many?" Students will count objects in the ice cream scoops and print the number in the ice cream cone.

"Greater Than" Students will count objects in the ice cream scoops, write the number in the cones, and color the cone with the greater number of objects.

"Less Than" Students will count objects in the ice cream scoops, write the number in the cones, and color the cone with the lesser number of objects.

"Double Scoops" Students will count the dots in the first scoop, count on and draw dots in the second scoop, to make the number shown on the cone.

"Ordinal Scoops" Students will follow directions to color ice cream scoops, according to ordinal number.

2D Shapes Kindergarten Geometry includes:

2D Shapes Vocabulary Cards/Pictures- included is a set of color and black and white vocab and picture cards for a circle, square, triangle, rectangle, and hexagon.

2D Shapes Posters- included is a set of color and black and white posters for a circle, square, rectangle, triangle, and hexagon. Each poster gives the name of the shape, a picture, and lists the number of sides and vertices. Also included are posters explaining sides and vertices of shapes.

Foldable Shape Books- included is a foldable book for each shape. Students can count the sides and vertices, trace, color, and draw the shapes.

Color the Shapes- included is one practice page for each shape. Students will follow directions to color a given shape among mixed shapes, color the shape by size, and trace and color the shape.

I Can Make Shapes- students will cut, rearrange, and paste shapes to make new or larger shapes.

Sort the Shapes- students will sort pictures of real life objects according to shape.

Color By Shape- Given a picture composed of shapes, students will color the picture using a key.

"Where Can I Find a..." mini books- Using simple sight words and pictures, students will read a book about where to find shapes in everyday life. On the last page, they can draw and label an example of where they see each shape. Each book focuses on one shape. ***Yes bookmaking can be a pain, but I made them so minimal prep is required. Make single sided copies of the book you would like to use. Keeping one of each page for the book in a stack, cut down the middle and staple. This makes two books at a time.

Hopping for Math includes activities for the following domains:

Counting & Cardinality

"How Many?" - Students will count objects and write a number to show how many. (2 pages)

"Hop Across the Pond" - Students will write a sequence of numbers to count on from a given number. (4 pages)

"Hop Across by Tens" - Students will count to 100 by 10's and complete the missing numbers. (2 pages)

"Hop to 20" - Students will trace numbers from 0-20. Students will write numbers from 0-20. (4 pages)

"Lily Pad Number Match" - Students will match numbers and number names.

"Frogs on a Log" - Students will follow directions to color frogs, according to ordinal number.

"Tadpole Ten Frames" - Students will complete ten frames to match a given number. (2 pages)

"Tadpole Teens" - Students will complete ten frames to match a given number. (2 pages)

Operations & Algebraic Thinking

"Frog Pond Bonds" - Students will complete number bonds. (14 pages)

"Lily Pad Tens" - Given a number in a ten frame, students will complete it to make ten, and write a matching equation. (2 pages)

"Froggy Facts" - Students will complete a ten frame to match an addition sentence, count, and write the sum. (12 pages)

"Frogs on a Log" Addition Mini Book - Students will complete a mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading.

"One More in the Pond" Addition Mini Book - Students will practice the concept of adding one more. They will complete this mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading. They will also be able to write their own surprise ending to the story.

"And One Hopped Out" Subtraction Mini Book - Students will practice the concept of counting back one to subtract. They will complete this mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading. They will also be able to write their own surprise ending to the story.

"Leaping Lily Pads!" Subtraction Mini Book - Students will complete a mini book by drawing pictures and writing equations to solve word problems. This book includes simple, repetitive text, for easy reading.

Numbers & Operations in Base Ten

"How Many More?" - Given a number and ten in a double ten frame, students will be able to draw more to represent a number from 11-19, and write a matching equation. (2 pages)

Printing instructions:

-mini books are meant to be printed as single sided

-most practice page sections with multiple pages are designed to be printed as double sided, but can be printed as singles.

Count on to Add Dice Edition includes:

Count on to Add - 2's

Count on to Add - 3's

Count on to Add - 4's

Count on to Add - 5's

Count on to Add - 6's

Count on to Add - 7's

Count on to Add - 8's

Count on to Add - 9's

Count on to Add - 10's

Count on to Add - 11's

Count on to Add - 12's

Count on to Add - 13's

Count on to Add - 14's

Count on to Add - Mixed Practice

Ten in the Pen includes:

How Many Ducks?- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve addition sentences.

Chicks and More Chicks- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve addition sentences.

How Many Eggs in the Nest?- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve subtraction sentences.

Pigs in the Mud- Students will cut out manipulatives and use them to solve subtraction sentences.

Ten in the Pen- make ten in a ten frame and write a matching addition sentence

How Many in the Pen?- complete the ten frame to match the addition sentence , add and write the sum (3 pages)

One More in the Pen- complete the ten frame to match the addition sentence , add and write the sum

How Many Are Left in the Pen?- cross out cows in a ten frame to match each subtraction sentence, count, and write the difference (2 pages)

Make 4, 5, and 6- color and show ways to compose 4, 5, and 6. This is a double sided printable.

Make 7, 8, and 9- color and show ways to compose 7, 8, and 9. This is a double sided printable.

Take Apart 4, 5, and 6- show ways to decompose 4, 5, and 6. This is a double sided printable.

Take Apart 7, 8, and 9- show ways to decompose 7, 8, and 9. This is a double sided printable.

Hatching Numbers- complete number bonds. This is a double sided printable.

How Many Spots?- complete ten frames to match numbers. This is a double sided printable.

Who Left the Gate Open? File Folder Math Game- subtract from 10. This game includes a double sided recording sheet.

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