Number Chart Robots are a fun way to learn numbers 1 - 100, counting, number sense, and more. Kids will use 1 – 100 number charts to create robots, then talk and write about them. They may decorate their number chart robots for a beautiful display. Perfect for learning centers, morning work, distance learning, or homeschooling.
Make a Holiday-Themed Robot! Halloween, Santa, Valentine's Day, Easter Bunny, Earth Day, St. Patrick's Day, Patriotic, and more--with plenty of examples.
Holiday Fun that's sugar-free. (...and re-useable next holiday!)
GREAT FOR PRINTABLES, OR VIEWING ON A COMPUTER.
NOT FORMATTED FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM.
Number Chart Robots Are Packed with these Must-Have Treasures:
- 45 number charts, each with a robot, uniquely shaped, for kids to copy or to use as inspiration for their own creations
- 14 Examples of completed number chart robots, with creative decorations and suggested writing
- Holiday Fun that's sugar-free. (…and re-useable next holiday!)
- The Literature Connection: High-level discussion and writing prompts
- How to Make a Robot – Poster Tutorial
- How to Count the Boxes In Your Robot – Poster Tutorial
- Sentence Starters for Smartboard or Writing Center (36 in all)
- Literary Connection: List of picture books about robots
- Giant Robot Wall Art, Instructions Included
- Additional writing paper with plain lines and fun, barbed border
- Book Cover for Robot Collections, or poster for display
- Number chart 1 – 100 with numbers
- Number chart 1 – 100 without numbers, for children to write in their own
- Number charts 1 – 100 with and without 2 lines at the bottom for writing
- BONUS: 1 – 30 Number Charts for differentiation, to create simpler robots
• Count and point to the number chart
• Count while singing a counting song
• Count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s
• Locate a number on the number chart
• Compare and contrast different numbers
• Compare and contrast different robots
• Copy a robot from this pack by coloring the same number of squares
• Create your own robot by coloring the squares you wish
• Compare symmetrical and asymmetrical robots. Tell which one you prefer and why.
• Kids can use the number chart robots to name the colored squares, locate the same squares on their own number chart, and color them to create a matching robot
• Use holiday color schemes (e.g.: red, white, and blue for Flag Day; red, fuchsia and pink for Valentine’s Day)
• Work with a partner, small group, or whole class. Perfect for learning centers or morning work.
TECH TIP: For a large, colorful view of these pages, simply open the PDF on your Smartboard. You may write on these PDF files using the Smartboard pens.
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