Use pattern blocks to make any kinds of pictures within the box. When finished, students will be able to count and write how many of each shape they used. For endless learning, laminate and use whiteboard markers.
This could be used in a variety of ways. I printed and attached two cars to a front train and colored each pair with a different teen number. I then laminated them and I had kindergarteners write the partners (10+___=___) for each train. This is
This is a great way for students to count to 100 on the 100th day of school. My kindergartners are going to use stamps to put 10 of each item on each page, by the last page they will have 100 items in their book.
Students can build numbers 1-29 using unifix cubes or base ten blocks. Students at lower levels can start at single digit numbers and work into teen numbers and excel on to larger numbers with more ten groups.