This is a great activity pack to support Kindergarteners, 1st graders, special needs, homeschoolers, and children who have not mastered number sense.
Activities include: counting and printing numbers by 1’s 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s to 120 and backward from 30 or less, identifying one more or one less than a
number, counting items in groups of 10 and writing the identifying number of tens and one, identifying the missing number in a series of numbers,
identifying value using base tens and ones, comparing objects up to 10, counting to answer “how many?” using up to 20 objects, comparing greater than,
less than, or equal to between to groups of objects, using a given two-digit number to find 10 more or 10 less than the number without having to count.
Print out colorful bracelets in increments of 10 up to 120 to help your students’ master their counting skills. The bracelets come in a individual set or group
set with 5 bracelets per page. As young learners master counting, they can be rewarded with a bracelet to celebrate. Turn this learning
experience into a great opportunity for young learners to count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having
to begin at 1.) Include staff members, friends. parents, and family in on the fun to extend their learning time outside of the classroom.
Need something for a literacy center to help with counting? The little people Fun Size flash cards are fantastic for young minds to sequence. These
brightly colored cards come in increments of 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s to 120. Use it as a quick formative assessment tool or record mastery on the individual
mastery charts 1’s, 5’s, 2’s, 10’s and counting backwards. Fun Size Base Ten self-checking cards from 1 – 120 are an entertaining,
independent activity for students to master by either building with base hundreds, tens, & ones blocks or as an independent roll the dice cut-n-paste
Included in this packet are (Table of Contents, Answer Key) 197 pages:
0 – 20 handwriting practice worksheet (1 page), Draw objects and number (5 pages)
Count and circle objects (5 pages), Count objects into groups of 10 and circle (5 pages) & Count object into groups of 10 name total value (14 pages)
Count object and color on Ten Frame (5 pages)
Hundreds Chart (blank), Counting chart (blank) to 120, Trace Numbers 1 – 120, 1 – 100, & 0 – 99 (3 pages), Hundreds chart missing numbers (11 pages)
Count by 5’s bracelets (3 pages) individual and group pages
Count by 10’s bracelets (group) five bracelets to a page
Count by 1’s bracelets (individual set) 0 – 49, 50 – 99, and 100 – 125 (3 pages)
Count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, & 10’s Pocket Chart Fun size (individual) sequencing cards (14 pages)
Mastery recording sheets: 1 - 120, 1 – 100, counting backwards from 30, counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s (4 pages)
Count by 2’s trace (1 page) and Count by 2’s trace & missing numbers (3 pages)
Trace, count backwards by 2’s from 40 (2 pages), Trace, count backwards by 2’s (1 page) and Trace count backwards by 2’s missing numbers (4 pages)
Missing numbers in a series of numbers (5 pages), Name next number in a series & value (10 pages)
Trace, cut. and paste numbers 1 - 40 (7 pages) Trace, cut, and paste random number start (3 pages)
Count 10 and circle (5 pages), Count 10 objects into groups of 10 and write total value (14 pages)
Count 10 More or 10 Less mentally (10 pages), Place Value Find (3 pages)
Counting Base Tens and Ones blocks and identifying the value (10 pages), Base Ones, Tens, & Hundreds self-checking Fun Size cards (31 pages)
Cut-n-paste Base Ones, Tens, and Hundreds (3 pages), Ones and Tens workmat & Ones, Tens, and Hundreds workmat
Complete the number in a series & identify its value (10 pages), Count, write how many and compare cut-n-paste (5 pages)
Roll, Build & Expand workmat
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**This product is the work of Jacqueline Wilson. It is intended to support the implementation of the CCSS. No approval by, nor association with, the creators of the CCSS is intended or implied. "The Common Core Standards were written and developed by The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. Â© Copyright 2010. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. All rights reserved."
Little People Make Sense of Numbers
by Jacqueline Wilson
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