You asked for it!
Due to customer request, I have created an extension to the popular Numbers to 10 product! (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Numbers-to-10-Graphic-Organizer-Numeracy-Mats-for-Number-of-the-Day-651467)
Numbers 10 to 20: Graphic Organizer
Number of the Day Numeracy Mat
- Print on legal size paper and laminate for a reusable dry-erase math activity mat!
- Excellent as a daily worksheet to have ready on desks in the morning
- Print/staple to make workbooks.
- Also great to project onto a whiteboard or SMARTboard and do with large- or small-groups.
Includes Sections for:
-Trace the Number (20)
-Trace the Number Word (twenty)
-Shade the Dots (subitizing)
-Ten Frame Shading (x 2)
-Part-Part-Whole (break the number in two)
-Number sentence for Part-Part-Whole ( _+ _ = 10)
-Part-Part-Part-Whole (break the number in three)
-Number sentence for Part-Part-Part-Whole ( _+ _ + _ = 10)
This activity is easy to differentiate: Some children can be doing part-part-whole with dots (pictoral), while others use numerals (symbolic), or number words, etc. The second set of (10) pages is slightly harder, as the student must enter more information on their own.
I recommend to print single-sided and use glue stick to make back-to-back mats, then laminate, the so you have long-lasting, two-in-one mats. Then, fast-finishers can flip the mat over to keep going. Alternatively, you can have the easier & harder version of the same mat back-to-back as a super-simple way to differentiate.
These are also great for substitute teachers (once you teach students to use them). I use paper copies for subs (instead of the reusable, laminated ones) because it is a treat for kids and they get to take it home, so they are more engaged, which helps the substitute! Giving out the sheets randomly (so that everyone has a different number) can be fun also but do this once children have been successful with them for a while, or some may be frustrated that they “got a hard one”.
I will often post a small bulletin board or have a discussion around the multiple correct answers from different students. Kids love this and learn a lot! Many parents seem to find this fascinating, too, as many were taught there was a ‘correct’ way to get every math answer! Thankfully, flexible thinking is celebrated these days.
ALSO AVAILABLE is a Numbers to 10 version: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Numbers-to-10-Graphic-Organizer-Numeracy-Mats-for-Number-of-the-Day-651467
Numbers 10 to 20: Graphic Organizer by WAKwords is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.