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NO PREP MATH PRINTABLES PERFECT FOR DIFFERENTIATION!

This is a GROWING BUNDLE so the price will increase with each addition.

Still to come:

PLACE VALUE (added 3/16/18)

SUBTRACTION

FRACTIONS

NUMBER SENSE

TIME:

30 READY TO USE printables ready to help your students practice telling time. Your students will see clocks that show time to the hour, half hour, quarter til, and quarter past. They won't even know they're working because they'll love these cute sheets so much. These are perfect for MORNING WORK, BELL WORK, MATH CENTER WORK, or INDEPENDENT WORK when they need a review.

Your students will:

tell time to the hour

tell time to the half hour

tell time with quarter til and quarter past

tell time with 5 minute increments

tell time with elapsed time

ADDITION:

30 READY TO USE printables just waiting to help your students practice adding without regrouping. These sheets will be a great addition to use as morning work, bell ringers, or as independent work in your math center.

Your students will:

add 10

use number bonds

use number lines

use pictures to write equations

use ten frames

decide even and odd

adding three numbers

adding two digit numbers

addition with and without regrouping

MONEY:

30 sheets perfect for your students to use to review counting money. Your students will count various amounts up to 99 cents using up to 3 coin combinations. This will be great for morning work, bell ringers, or independent work at centers.

Here is what your students will do:

Count coins "in a piggy bank" using one coin combinations

Count coins "in a piggy bank" using two coin combinations

Count coins "in a piggy bank" using three coin combinations

Determine which combination of coins is less than or greater than a set amount using one coin combinations.

Determine which combination of coins is less than or greater than a set amount using two coin combinations.

Determine which combination of coins is less than or greater than a set amount using three coin combinations.

Determine if a group of coins has been counted correctly using thumbs up/thumbs down/ with one coin combinations.

Determine if a group of coins has been counted correctly using thumbs up/thumbs down/ with two coin combinations.

Determine if a group of coins has been counted correctly using thumbs up/thumbs down/ with three coin combinations.

Determine which group of coins is greater than using one coin combinations.

Determine which group of coins is greater than using two coin combinations.

Determine which group of coins is greater than using three coin combinations.

Count money combinations and write the amount using one coin combinations.

Count money combinations and write the amount using two coin combinations.

Count money combinations and write the amount using three coin combinations.

Determine which item can be purchased with the given amount using one coin combinations.

Determine which item can be purchased with the given amount using two coin combinations.

Determine which item can be purchased with the given amount using three coin combinations.

Color the coins needed to purchase a shown item/amount using one coin.

Color the coins needed to purchase a shown item/amount using two coins.

Color the coins needed to purchase a shown item/amount using three coins.

Look at an amount (one coin combinations) and determine which group of coins correctly equals the amount. This is a cut and paste.

Look at an amount (two coin combinations) and determine which group of coins correctly equals the amount. This is a cut and paste.

Look at an amount (three coin combinations) and determine which group of coins correctly equals the amount. This is a cut and paste.

Determine change left over using one coin combinations.

Determine change left over using two coin combinations.

Determine change left over using three coin combinations.

PLACE VALUE:

30 READY TO USE printables that will be great in any math center, as morning work, independent work or homework.

Here is what your students will do:

determine the correct number when given a place value

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes

determine the place value of a given number

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine less than 50

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine greater than 50

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine less than 100

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine greater than 100

look at a number and color the correct rods and cubes

look at a number and color the correct flats, rods, and cubes

match a number to rods and cubes (cut and paste)

match a number to flats, rods, and cubes (cut and paste)

match a number with the correct words

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using two digit numbers

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using three digit numbers

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using rods and cubes

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using flats, rods, and cubes

read words to create a three digit number

read words to create a three digit number and add a specified number of ones

add a group of rods and cubes to another group of rods and cubes

add a group of flats, rods, and cubes to another group of flats, rods, and cubes

use a given group of tens and ones to create a number

use a given group of hundreds, tens, and ones to create a number

write the number of tens, ones, and expanded form from a given number

write the number of hundreds, tens, ones, and expanded form from a given number

use three digits to make the smallest possible number

use three digits to make the largest possible number

use four digits to make the smallest possible number

use four digits to make the largest possible number

look at various grouping of base ten blocks (thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones) and choose the correct number

I am a National Board Certified Teacher and have 14 years of experience teaching in the first grade. I had one year of experience in middle school social studies. Saving educators TIME and MONEY is my passion.

Thank you for your interest in my product!

© Mama Pearson All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser and is a one classroom license. It may not be posted on a public website where others have access to download it and it may not be translated into another language and then posted for free or for sale.

This is a GROWING BUNDLE so the price will increase with each addition.

Still to come:

PLACE VALUE (added 3/16/18)

SUBTRACTION

FRACTIONS

NUMBER SENSE

TIME:

30 READY TO USE printables ready to help your students practice telling time. Your students will see clocks that show time to the hour, half hour, quarter til, and quarter past. They won't even know they're working because they'll love these cute sheets so much. These are perfect for MORNING WORK, BELL WORK, MATH CENTER WORK, or INDEPENDENT WORK when they need a review.

Your students will:

tell time to the hour

tell time to the half hour

tell time with quarter til and quarter past

tell time with 5 minute increments

tell time with elapsed time

ADDITION:

30 READY TO USE printables just waiting to help your students practice adding without regrouping. These sheets will be a great addition to use as morning work, bell ringers, or as independent work in your math center.

Your students will:

add 10

use number bonds

use number lines

use pictures to write equations

use ten frames

decide even and odd

adding three numbers

adding two digit numbers

addition with and without regrouping

MONEY:

30 sheets perfect for your students to use to review counting money. Your students will count various amounts up to 99 cents using up to 3 coin combinations. This will be great for morning work, bell ringers, or independent work at centers.

Here is what your students will do:

Count coins "in a piggy bank" using one coin combinations

Count coins "in a piggy bank" using two coin combinations

Count coins "in a piggy bank" using three coin combinations

Determine which combination of coins is less than or greater than a set amount using one coin combinations.

Determine which combination of coins is less than or greater than a set amount using two coin combinations.

Determine which combination of coins is less than or greater than a set amount using three coin combinations.

Determine if a group of coins has been counted correctly using thumbs up/thumbs down/ with one coin combinations.

Determine if a group of coins has been counted correctly using thumbs up/thumbs down/ with two coin combinations.

Determine if a group of coins has been counted correctly using thumbs up/thumbs down/ with three coin combinations.

Determine which group of coins is greater than using one coin combinations.

Determine which group of coins is greater than using two coin combinations.

Determine which group of coins is greater than using three coin combinations.

Count money combinations and write the amount using one coin combinations.

Count money combinations and write the amount using two coin combinations.

Count money combinations and write the amount using three coin combinations.

Determine which item can be purchased with the given amount using one coin combinations.

Determine which item can be purchased with the given amount using two coin combinations.

Determine which item can be purchased with the given amount using three coin combinations.

Color the coins needed to purchase a shown item/amount using one coin.

Color the coins needed to purchase a shown item/amount using two coins.

Color the coins needed to purchase a shown item/amount using three coins.

Look at an amount (one coin combinations) and determine which group of coins correctly equals the amount. This is a cut and paste.

Look at an amount (two coin combinations) and determine which group of coins correctly equals the amount. This is a cut and paste.

Look at an amount (three coin combinations) and determine which group of coins correctly equals the amount. This is a cut and paste.

Determine change left over using one coin combinations.

Determine change left over using two coin combinations.

Determine change left over using three coin combinations.

PLACE VALUE:

30 READY TO USE printables that will be great in any math center, as morning work, independent work or homework.

Here is what your students will do:

determine the correct number when given a place value

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes

determine the place value of a given number

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine less than 50

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine greater than 50

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine less than 100

determine the number from flats, rods, and cubes and determine greater than 100

look at a number and color the correct rods and cubes

look at a number and color the correct flats, rods, and cubes

match a number to rods and cubes (cut and paste)

match a number to flats, rods, and cubes (cut and paste)

match a number with the correct words

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using two digit numbers

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using three digit numbers

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using rods and cubes

determine greater than, less than, and equal to using flats, rods, and cubes

read words to create a three digit number

read words to create a three digit number and add a specified number of ones

add a group of rods and cubes to another group of rods and cubes

add a group of flats, rods, and cubes to another group of flats, rods, and cubes

use a given group of tens and ones to create a number

use a given group of hundreds, tens, and ones to create a number

write the number of tens, ones, and expanded form from a given number

write the number of hundreds, tens, ones, and expanded form from a given number

use three digits to make the smallest possible number

use three digits to make the largest possible number

use four digits to make the smallest possible number

use four digits to make the largest possible number

look at various grouping of base ten blocks (thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones) and choose the correct number

I am a National Board Certified Teacher and have 14 years of experience teaching in the first grade. I had one year of experience in middle school social studies. Saving educators TIME and MONEY is my passion.

Thank you for your interest in my product!

© Mama Pearson All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser and is a one classroom license. It may not be posted on a public website where others have access to download it and it may not be translated into another language and then posted for free or for sale.

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