Have your students work in pairs to "shop" for a fruit item. They will work together to find a coin or combination of coins to pay for their fruit. Have them cut and paste the fruit item in the first box, the money they are using in the bottom box.
Cut out and laminate to create a class jobs chart. Picture and label for the following class jobs:
scrap monsters (clean up scraps on the floor)
clip changer (changes clips on behavior chart back to starting
This is a fun math center for your students to practice number recognition 1-50! Have one student use a magnifying glass to read aloud a number, while another student listens and records that number on a white board.
Use the alligator as a visual for helping students understand beginning, middle, and end. This product is designed specficially to teach students how to listen for the ending sounds of multisyllabic words. Use the large visuals to create an anchor
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
This is a great math activity for talking about families. I read The Family Book by Todd Parr and discuss differences in our families. Then have your students draw pictures of all of the people and pets that live in their home. They will write the
Teach your Kindergarteners to balance items on a scale. Have them choose items in the classroom such as erasers, crayons, etc. to see how many teddy bears they are equivalent to. This is a recording sheet for students to use while they measure the