A worksheet to help practice making and reading a graph. You will need to give each child a random amount of m&ms. Then they will sort them by color and place them on the graph. After coloring the graph to show the amounts, there are some
A booklet to help introduce making summaries and reading chapter books for the first time. Goes along with the book Mouse Tales by Arnold Lobel.
They are made to be copied front to back (which is why they look out of order), then cut in half, and
A two day lesson on character traits, comparing characters, and using evidence from the text using the book Hedgie's Surprise by Jan Brett.
Day one: The students write character traits in the bubble maps for both Hedgie and the Tomten.
A booklet to help introduce making summaries and reading chapter books for the first time. Goes along with the book Frog and Toad are Friends by Arnold Lobel.
They are made to be copied front to back (which is why they look out of order), then cut
A worksheet to help practice representing numbers in different ways:
- number word
- ten frame
- tally marks
Not intended to introduce these concepts. I created this for extra practice for those students who are still struggling
A worksheet I created for some extra practice on comparing numbers. It combines practice on multiple skills:
- finding the greater/less amount
- writing a number that is greater/less
- drawing a greater/less/same amount
- finding the greater/less
A worksheet to practice drawing amounts in a ten frame. Not intended to introduce the concept. I created this for extra practice for those students who are still struggling after we have completed the unit.
A worksheet to help practice common core standard: CCSS.Math.Content.K.OA.A.4
For any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record the answer with a drawing or
I modeled this after our end of unit performance task that a lot of my students struggled with.
Have your students color the pictures the correct color. Then, have them sort them and glue on the venn diagram. If it doesn't fit in the any category,
Some graphing practice with apples and oranges. I use real fruit for this lesson. We lay out the fruit as a concrete graph on the carpet, and then fill in our paper graphs to match. There are some questions on the bottom to answer.
A simple graph to practice making and reading a graph. I pass out a random handful of counting bears to each student (only red and blue). The students color their graph to match their bears and answer the questions on the bottom of the graph.