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# Holistic Education

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You get two sets of teacher (or older student buddy), led task cards. Great for hands on, concrete practice in counting by 10. This activity is also great for reinforcing concepts of place value, and the base ten system. Can be played whole class,
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Help students understand place value, while learning what it means to count by 10 with this hands on, concrete game! You get a game mat and cards in black and white and color. Game cards go far beyond Kindergarten standards by including game cards
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Help students understand place value, while learning what it means to count by 10 with this hands on, concrete center! You get a center mat and cards in black and white and color. Kindergarten students can use this mat after they have learned to
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Inspired by Non Violent Communication technuques, this conflict resolution form can be used in the classroom to both help students understand why they are upset, and work towards finding solutions!
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You get one: Lesson, Center, Game, Worksheet, and end of unit Task Cards! Save \$2.10 compared to when purchased separately.
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FREE Kinder math lesson: Numbers in the base 10 system (ones through thousands), goes beyond the standards! This will be part of our Kindergarten MATH Unit 2. This hands on, Montessori inspired lesson prepares students for counting to 100 by tens,
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NO PREP Printable! Use after teaching 1, 10, 100, and 1000 place using hands on materials. Reinforces place value to 100. Part of Kindergarten MATH Unit 2: Counting by 10.
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Prepares students for counting to 100 by 10! Teaches the names: one, ten, hundred, and thousand. You get 8 cards showing each of the following base 10 blocks: ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. These can be used in a variety of ways to reinforce
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Unit 2: Help Kindergarten students understand the base 10 system in a hands on, concrete way using base 10 blocks! This center can be used after students have learned how to count to 10. This builds a foundation of knowledge that will help students
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You get 40 task cards to practice: counting by 10's up to 100, composting groups of 10's with hands on manipulatives, writing numbers, and answering the question: how many? All task cards come in black and white, or color! May also be used to
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You get two games in one! Students practice place value and counting by 10's in a hands on, fun way! Includes a game mat, and game cards with either base 10 bars in quantities of: 1-9, 10-90, and 100, and game cards with color coded numbers on them
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You get: 11 hands on lessons, centers, games, and NO PREP worksheets, plus 2 bonus games! Also included are 97 task cards! Students will learn to count to 10, write numbers to 10, and match objects with number symbols up to 10. This unit can be
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Unit 1: You get 97 low prep task cards that can be used to reinforce the concept of counting to 10 in a hands on way! The task cards focus on: building, counting, and writing numbers, as well as making numbers using ten frames. Task cards can be
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Unit 1: You get 12 low prep game boards that can be used to reinforce the concept of counting to 10 in a fun way! The games focus on: recognizing quantities and numerals to 10, and matching quantities with the corresponding numeral. Games can be
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Unit 1: You get 11 low prep centers that can be used to practice the concept of counting to 10. They focus on: counting objects, writing numerals (number symbols), and matching objects to numerals. Printable counters are included in black and white
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Unit 1: You get 11 NO PREP worksheets to reinforce the concept of counting to 10. They focus on: counting quantities of objects, recognizing and writing the numerals (number symbols), and matching quantities of objects with the corresponding
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You get large and small banners with: upper case and lower case letters, numbers 0-9, punctuation including: ? ! and and apostrophe. Blank banners also included. Spell out anything such as: Welcome to Room 12! Use to decorate your classroom in a
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Students practice matching number symbols (numerals) with 6 different games. Different fonts are used to help students identify variations they might see in the real world. The first 5 games focus on two numerals at a time, and the last game
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Students match cards with different amounts of objects up to 10. This game can be played alone, or with several students. Works great as a center, or for extra practice when students finish early!
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You get 5 hands on lessons, 5 center cards, and 5 worksheets to teach writing numbers to 10. Students learn the number symbol through hands on, kinesthetic activities. Use as a complete lesson set, or pick and choose what you need. Each part works
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have worked in education for over 20 years, and have been a classroom teacher for 10 years. My experience includes Outdoor Education, Public School, Waldorf, Montessori, and Classical.

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My style is eclectic. I incorporate a variety of philosophies and approaches.

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