Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option

Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES optionplay
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
Morning Tubs with Pattern Blocks with GOOGLE SLIDES option
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  1. Start your day in kindergarten and first grade with morning tubs and let your students socialize, play and explore to ease them into the day. Using morning tubs for morning work is a great way to let your students work on important math skills in a playful way.I am adding DIGITAL VERSIONS for sets i
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Start your day in kindergarten, first grade and second grade with morning tubs and let your students socialize, play and explore to ease them into the day. This resource now includes a DIGITAL VERSION with Google Slides activities. Using morning tubs for morning work is a great way to let your students work on important math skills in a playful way.

The digital version gives you more flexibility if you are distance teaching or using tech in the classroom. Some students can use the print activities while other students are engaged in the same activities digitally.

This Morning Tub is also available as part of a money-saving BUNDLE. You can check out all the sets included and save money by purchasing the whole set here: Morning Tub Tasks Growing Bundle.

The goal for my morning tubs is to create activities that use common classroom manipulatives and items. They are low - prep; just print the student pages or instructions and you are ready to go.

PLEASE CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PRINT RESOURCE AND THE VIDEO TO PREVIEW THE DIGITAL RESOURCE.

This set contains 5 different print activities to be used with pattern blocks. Each task contains a printable instruction page for the task.


❤️Pattern Puzzlers: Students will use pattern blocks to create the patterns on the pattern puzzler strips.


❤️Duplicate my Design: Students will build each symmetrical design beside the design card using pattern blocks.


❤️Cover up Challenge: Students will cover the outline picture with pattern blocks.


❤️Cover the Creation: Students will cover the pattern block creation. Please be sure to print these full size so that the pattern blocks fit properly. NOT INCLUDED IN THE DIGITAL VERSION.


❤️Symmetry strips: Students will create the mirror image of the design on the strip to make a symmetrical design.

Are you looking for more Morning Tub options? Check out:

Morning Tubs with Dominoes

Morning Tubs with Counting Bears

Morning Tubs with Base 10 Blocks

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Compose two-dimensional shapes (rectangles, squares, trapezoids, triangles, half-circles, and quarter-circles) or three-dimensional shapes (cubes, right rectangular prisms, right circular cones, and right circular cylinders) to create a composite shape, and compose new shapes from the composite shape.
Compose simple shapes to form larger shapes. For example, “Can you join these two triangles with full sides touching to make a rectangle?”
Identify shapes as two-dimensional (lying in a plane, “flat”) or three-dimensional (“solid”).
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