so students aren't going back and forth and you use less paper! These are a fun way to practice number recognition and gain familiarity with 120 charts and number sequence. These also help students who struggle with number reversals, example: 21 as 12.
Ideas for use: These can be done during morning work, center time, or completed as a listening activity while the teacher reads aloud each number and students color the correct number. These are also super quick to leave to for a SUB!
>> Picture A: Boy Jumping in Leaves (or a
>> Picture B: Fall Tree
>> Picture C: Turkey
>> Picture D: Corn
>> Picture E: Pilgrim
>> Picture F: Native American
>> Bonus - Picture G: “Fall Y’all”
*Each mystery picture comes with four differentiated 120 charts to reach students on any level (one filled out, one partially filled in, one empty, and one empty except numbers 101-120 filled in) and a quick visual answer key so you know what the mystery picture should look like.*
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