Morning Tubs, Math and Literacy Snap Cubes Activity Bins - Kindergarten, 1st

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Deanna Jump
Grade Levels
K - 1st
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Great activities- my students enjoy linking/snap cubes. This was an engaging activity to use with a resource they already enjoy.
My students love having a guide to help them make pictures with snap cubes. These are wonderful and easy to follow. Even got my class to try making their own pictures.
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Are you looking for hands-on math and literacy activities that can be used independently at any time during the day? Check out these morning tubs (or anytime of the day) activity mats. These snap cubes activity cards are perfect for reinforcing early math and literacy skills such as counting to 30, sorting and rhyming. This resource includes over 150 activity mats and printable response pages, perfect for informally assessing skills and concepts.

When should I use them?

Anytime Tubs can be used anytime during the day. They can be used for Morning Work, Center Stations, or Fast Finishers. Differentiated so that students can use them to practice counting and one to one correspondence, addition with two addends, addition with three addends and subtraction. Optional exit tickets include skills such as tally marks, comparing numerals, recording equations, graphing. Work mats also include a poem that goes with the picture on the mat to help build reading skills or alphabet recognition. Optional writing templates are also included. SO MANY CHOICES and open ended ways to use this resource.

What's Included in this Anytime Tubs Snap Cubes Resource?

There are work mats included for all year long!

  • 66 Work mats each mat is differentiated for 3 levels of play easy, medium, and challenging (see preview). So there are a total of 198 work mats.
  • Smaller versions of the work mats to be used with the medium and challenging mats.
  • Poem for each picture on the work mat.
  • 7 different spinners that can be used for counting, addition, and subtraction
  • 17 different Math Exit tickets so that kids can record their learning
  • 7 Writing templates

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What work mats are included?

  • apple
  • pumpkin
  • scarecrow
  • leaf
  • acorn
  • fall tree
  • Jack O'lantern
  • Frankenstein
  • ghost
  • haunted house
  • witches brew
  • turkey
  • Mayflower
  • hat
  • corn
  • stocking
  • bell
  • Santa
  • wreath
  • reindeer
  • candy cane
  • snowman
  • snowflake
  • polar bear
  • ice skate
  • winter tree
  • hot chocolate
  • American flag
  • White House
  • Liberty Bell
  • bald eagle
  • heart
  • ring
  • strawberry
  • cupcake
  • rose
  • chocolate candy
  • leprechaun
  • rainbow
  • umbrella
  • pot of gold
  • leprechaun punch
  • leprechaun hat
  • chick
  • bunny
  • basket
  • butterfly
  • lamb
  • egg
  • Earth
  • tree
  • flower
  • light bulb
  • recycling bin
  • milk jug
  • bee
  • birdhouse
  • kite
  • ladybug
  • sunshine
  • crab
  • ice cream cone
  • palm tree
  • watermelon
  • sand bucket and shovel
  • beach ball

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235 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.


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