*** DEVELOPING NUMBER SENSE ***
What skills does this volume of the Making Math Fun Growing Bundle cover?
In this first volume of Making Math Fun, we will be working to develop the FUNdamental skill of number sense.
Is this resource part of a curriculum series?
The number sense activities and games included in this resource were designed to fit any
existing math curriculum and can be used as a supplement to the resources you already have on hand.
How will these activities help my students?
Not only will these number sense games and activities give your students opportunities for repeated, spiral practice in these fundamental skills, but they are also designed to provide our reluctant learners with intervention and our high flyers with enrichment. The number sense activities and games included are easy to differentiate and include suggested ideas for doing so in your classroom.
NUMBER SENSE SKILLS AND CONCEPTS COVERED IN THIS VOLUME:
* Numbers 0-20
* Numeral Identification & Recognition
* Number Writing
* Number Amounts
* 1-to-1 Correspondence
* Concrete & Pictorial Number Sets
Which grade levels will benefit from this resource?
This resource is geared for both the K-1 classrooms. While many of the concepts and skills presented in this resource are perfect for the beginning of the year in Kindergarten, they would be great for a review or intervention piece for first graders as well.
Do you carry any other math resources like this one?
YES!! This resource is part of a GROWING BUNDLE
called MAKING MATH FUN.
There will be twelve volumes in total included in the bundle. For now, here are the other resources available:
Making Math Fun - Volume 2: Comparing Numbers & Counting On
Making Math Fun - Volume 3: One More/One Less
Making Math Fun - Volume 4: Comparing Sets & Making 10
Making Math Fun - Volume 5: Addition
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