Kindergarten Math Place Value

Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
Kindergarten Math Place Value
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  1. These Kindergarten Math Centers and Curriculum will go through an entire year's worth of lessons - 168 lessons in all. Each unit comes with 12 lesson plans, centers, morning work, digital worksheets, games and more! I’ve put together a FAQ to help answer some of your questions. This is the year lon
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Unit 4 of our Kindergarten Math is all about place value and writing. The Math and Me Kindergarten Curriculum will go through an entire year's worth of lessons if you purchase the bundle- 168 lessons in all - our fourth unit is place value and writing. This unit includes 12 lesson plans. Each unit comes with 12 lesson plans, centers, morning work, homework, games and more! I’ve put together a FAQ to help answer some of your questions.
Buy the Year Long Curriculum Here.
Need help organizing your centers? Read more here.
Ideas for Math Centers in this resource.

What does each unit contain?

✅ Lesson plans (photos to follow each item)
✅ Games/Centers
✅ Morning Work and Me
✅ Homework and Me
✅ Foldables
✅ Standards Progression Charts
✅ Pacing Guide

What games are included in this resource?
Count it
Match it
Trace it
Frame it
Move it
Puzzle it
Build it
Game it

What standards does your fourth unit address?

K.NBT.A.1
Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each composition or decomposition by a drawing or equation (such as 18 = 10 + 8); understand that these numbers are composed of ten ones and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.

How do your units progress over the course of a year?
I love standards progression charts and they really help me grasp the entire big picture. I decided to add one to this resource and really go in depth on what my 14 units will cover. You can check it out in the preview.
How do I understand the game and worksheet icons?
I wanted these units to be easily recognizable to students and teachers while streamlining the learning experience. I created fun game and worksheet icons that will help students and teachers identify each game, standard, and skill. You can check out my icon cheat sheet down below.
What does a lesson plan look like?
I wanted to make lessons easy to manage and compact. There is nothing I hate more than tedious lesson plans that are overly wordy and redundant. Check out a sample in the preview file.
Do game pieces come with labels?
Of course! Labels are available in the preview.
I don’t believe in homework. Can I still use your homework sheets?
Absolutely!! These worksheets provide extra practice will still bringing fun and enjoyment to your students. Use them any way you wish - incorporate them with extra practice or as additional morning work.
Read more on my blog.

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Kindergarten Math : Math and Me : Year Long Growing Bundle
Kindergarten Math : Math and Me : Unit 1 Numbers 1-10
Kindergarten Math : Math and Me : Unit 2 Numbers 11-20

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