Math Skills Practice Packet - No Prep - Distance Learning

Gigi Smith
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PreK - 1st
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  1. This comprehensive Math and Literacy Skills Practice Bundle contains the Math Skills Practice Packet and the Literacy Skills Practice Packet.These 139 engaging pages will allow students to review and reinforce basic math and literacy skills. You can use these worksheets while working with a small gr
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This Math Skills Practice Packet contains 68 engaging pages that will allow students to review and reinforce basic math skills. You can use these worksheets while working with a small group or your learners can use them independently. Perfect for fall and spring assessments and/or summer review. No prep required; just print and go!

This product focuses on the following concepts:

* Number formation

* Number word formation

* One-to-one correspondence

* Counting

* Number recognition

* Number quantity

* Number order

* Set recognition

* Measurement (weight and length/height)

* Classification by 1 and 2 attributes

* Patterning

* Graphing

* Ordinal numbers

* Addition

* Subtraction

* More and less

* Following directions

* Fine motor

This product is also offered as part of a discounted bundle: Math and Literacy Skills Practice BUNDLE - No Prep - Distance Learning


- Handwriting Practice Number Sheets ( b&w 1-20)

- Number Fun - Counting and Recognition (b&w 1-20)

- In the Kingdom - Measuring Weight (b&w 1)

- Schooltime - Length and Height (b&w 1)

- Sweet Treat - Size Skills (b&w 1)

- On the Job - Addition (b&w 1)

- Roll of the Dice - Addition (b&w 1)

- Monster Mash – Seriation (b&w 1)

- Where Do I Live – Classification – 1 Attribute (b&w 1)

- Button Jars – Classification – 2 Attributes (b&w 1)

- Geppetto’s Toys – Patterning (b&w 1)

- Going Camping – Pattern Identification (b&w 1)

- Having a Ball - Graphing (b&w 1)

- The Pet Vet - Graphing (b&w 1)

- First – 1st – Ordinal Numbers (b&w 1)

- Second – 2nd – Ordinal Numbers (b&w 1)

- Third – 3rd – Ordinal Numbers (b&w 1)

- Fourth – 4th – Ordinal Numbers (b&w 1)

- Fifth – 5th – Ordinal Numbers (b&w 1)

- Get in Line – Ordinal Numbers (b&w 1)

- To the Park – Number Order 1 -10 (b&w 1)

- Apple of My Eye – Number Order 11-20 (b&w 1)

- Colorful Shapes 2D Shape Recognition (b&w 1)

- Silly Shape Sort 2D Shape Recognition (b&w 1)

- On the Job – Addition (b&w 1)

- Roll of the Dice - Addition (b&w 1)

- Sweet as Honey - Subtraction (b&w 1)

- Bug Inspectors – Subtraction (b&w 1)

- Shop Around – Comparing Sets – More (b&w 1)

- Let’s Cook! – Comparing Sets - Less (b&w 1)

- Color by Number - Ranger Robot (b&w 1)

- Color by Number – Molly Mermaid (b&w 1)

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Note: If you enjoyed this packet, you might also like some of my other products:

Literacy Skills Practice Packet - No Prep - Distance Learning

Number Sense 1-10 Math Center Activities

Mathematics - Functions · Measurement · Geometry · Reasoning Center Activities




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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals.
Fluently add and subtract within 5.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count.


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