Practice a variety of math standards
with this quick, easy and fun
"Print & Go" worksheet
Teachers can choose a number, give children a choice or have them roll dice to figure out what number they will use to fill out their worksheet.
Interest remains high
, even though you can use the worksheet for an entire week or even all of March, because the number changes daily
Students look forward to working on their Cat Hat Math Mat, because they know what to do, which empowers
They can get right down to business, without waiting for directions., which is a real time saver
Use the large template to explain and demonstrate what you want your kiddos to do.
I’ve also included a completed sample. Laminate & hang up as an anchor chart poster
, which will help remind children of the directions
To conserve paper, I created a 2-on-a-page worksheet
The beauty of this worksheet, is that you can use it for any number
Younger students can work on numbers less than 10
, kinders can work on those toughie teens
, while older kiddos tackle bigger numbers.
The worksheet is also an easy way to whole-group assess
Great for early finishers, homework
or a sub folder
Laminate several large worksheets and keep in your math center
Children fill them out with a dry erase marker.
The packet also includes a helpful cat’s hat bookmark
with math symbols
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy practicing their math skills with the cat’s hat.
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