I created this assessment to review all the first grade math skills we have covered this year.
*Numbers from 100-120.
*Identifying number of sides and vertices on plain shapes.
*Identifying 3-D shapes.
*Greater than, less than, equal
Included are 14 CCSS math center practice games. No colored ink rerquired. All you need to add are dice and dry-erase markers. These games can be done independently or with a partner. They could also be used for intervention groups. There are
There are 27 snowmen for students to build and practice making tens and ones.
This pack allows for differentiation on 3 different levels: there are whole numbers 10 - 90 and mixed numbers 11 - 19 and various mixed numbers 21 - 99.
There are 2
This adorable spider web math center has been a classroom favorite for my kiddos! There are 3 different versions: Number Identification from 1-20 for Kdg preschool. or lower first grade groups and Addition and Subtraction problems from 1 -20. There
This is a book where students will create the given number in various ways. They will make the number in tally marks, number word, on a ten frame, drawing it using tens and ones and using an addition tens fact. They will also write "one less" and
Students roll the dice and add the numbers together. Count out that many counters and place the counters in a cup. Next, gently shake then pour the counters on the mat. Students then write the number of red and the number of yellow counters.