Brain break activities for anytime of the day. Twenty-five number puzzles in color and black and white for students to practice tricky teens and counting by tens,five and twos. Copy colored page on tag board/card stock and laminate. I put one puzzle on each table in my room as a cooperative learning activity/math game. When I yell, “Go”, students work as a team putting the pieces in order while standing around their table. I have the pieces upside down and mixed up on the tables to make it more challenging. The first team to finish sits in chairs and everyone does a cheer for them.
I like to put a different puzzle on each table so students rotate to a new table for each round.
The black and white page can be copied on copy paper and put at a corner or sent home for homework for students to color, cut and practice putting numbers in order independently. Class motto: The More You Practice, The Better You Get!
Common core standard: K.CC.1. Count to 100 by ones and by tens
For more teen number activities check out these:
Teen number place value mats
Teen numbers and shapes center mats