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•First Grade Write and Wipe Centers are designed to slip into a sheet protector or a wipe off pouch for easy one step, low prep centers!
•The math centers are in both color and black and white ink.
•The students will simply grab the pocket sleeve, a few manipulatives, and a dry erase pen! There is a recording sheet booklet included that can be printed two to a page. If you need the accountability for the center, it is ready and organized for you. Students can keep the little booklet in their math folder or desk to take with them as they use the centers.
•These write and wipe center mats are terrific for a hands-on math center rotation, or a small group teaching activity.
•Provide students with opportunities to build a foundation of mathematical understanding with 10 easy write and wipe centers!
With this bundle your students will review and apply skills in number sense, addition, subtraction, place value, comparing numbers, missing addends, word families, fact families, word problems, story problems, hundreds charts, fractions, telling time, shapes, measurement, data, graphs, and SO much more!
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Number sense- ADDED
Place Value- ADDED
Telling Time- ADDED
Graphs and Data- ADDED
number recognition to 20
composing/decomposing to 20
greater than/less than to 20
skip counting to 20
10 more/10 less to 20
addition to 10
addition to 20
missing (unknown) addends
commutative property of addition
true or false equations
subtraction within 10
subtraction within 20
missing (unknown) minuends
true or false equations
tens and ones
creating models of numbers to 120
separating numbers into tens and ones
classify and sort 2D shapes
identification of 2D shapes
distinguish attributes of 2D shapes
2D shape composite
classify and sort 3D shapes
identification of 3D shapes
distinguish attributes of 3D shapes
identify U.S. coins by value and characteristics
recognize relationships among U.S. coins
use relationships to count values of collections [by twos, fives, and tens]
write coin values with cent symbol
tell time to the hour using an analog clock
tell time to the half-hour using an analog clock
tell time to the hour using a digital clock
tell time to the half-hour using a digital clock
Graphs and Data
reading a graph
using data to create picture and bar-type graphs
drawing conclusions and generating and answering questions using information from picture graphs, t- charts, and bar graphs
collecting, sorting and organizing data using tally marks
order objects by length
express length as a whole number of units
how to measure properly
use measuring tools
measure the same object with different units
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