In this outer space themed activity, students work together putting ten frame number posters in numerical order. Once finished, instruct them to turn each poster over to reveal an outer space themed banner. There are two puzzles to make it possible to do as a large group activity, using numbers 0-10 and 11-20 (enough for 21 students).
Sometimes during arrival time or transition to the rug, for large group activities we complete a large floor puzzle based off that week’s theme. It can be crowded, children have a hard time working in a small area so I created these puzzles to help alleviate this problem. This resource contains two banner-like puzzles. As an added bonus, I’ve included a smaller version for independent use at a math center.
How you can use this resource:
- Use as a large group activity, dividing the students into 2 groups: one with 11 students and one with 10 students.
- Print the smaller version, and place in the math center for independent use
- Print just the image sides and make a classroom banner for space week!
You may also like…
I designed this game to align to the Preschool Foundational and Kindergarten Readiness Standards used in my state, which are:
Counting and Cardinality(CC)
1. Begin to count to 20 by ones.
2. In the sequence of 1-10 understand that numbers come “before” or “after” one another.
3. Count a number of objects 0-10 and associate with a written number
I love followers!
Get the inside scoop on all store discounts, free products and product launches.
Just click the green “Follow Me” star, next to my logo.
Teresa from Dream Big Little One