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# Nicole Sweigart

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Students can play two versions of this grab and graph game. The students will grab a handful of either item and graph how many of each type they grabbed. They will then count and record the total of each.
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Students roll a die, count out that many counters, and then color the corresponding number on the recording sheet. This game will help students recognize written numerals to six, and connect these numerals to visual representations of each number.
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Have your students work on number identification by playing Ten Frame Bingo! This game will help your students develop number sense by promoting them to create mental images for numerals 0-10. This download includes 25 unique bingo cards.
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This assessment covers the second grade common core money standards. Students demonstrate that they can identify coins, add groups of coins, and solve money word problems.
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These materials can be used to practice number recognition and will help students develop a wide array of mental images for numerals 1-10. Directions: Cut out the ten frames and place face up. Place dot cards face down. Players take turns flipping
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This game is great for math stations! The students roll two dice to create a two digit number. They then draw a model of that number using tens and ones, and finally they write the number in expanded form.
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This assessment can be used as a pre-test or post-test for your unit on place value. It touches on number sequencing, comparing numbers, expanded form, standard form, and counting base ten blocks.
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Students roll two dice and count the amount of dots they have in all. They then find that number on the gameboard and draw the corresponding part on their turkey. The game is complete when the turkey has all of its parts.
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Handwriting worksheets A-Z for Kindergarten and the early elementary grades. Students can trace each letter starting at the dark gray start dot. They can then try writing the letter on their own. The letters rest on a single line, making it easier
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These three board games allow children to use their favorite stackable toy to practice basic math skills. Students roll a die and move clockwise around the game board. When they land on a brick they must solve an equation or practice number
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Your students will learn how to use a scale and find the weight of objects in cubes and paper clips.
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Students count the number of bats in each box and write how many on the line.
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Students can use these cards to practice segmenting the sounds in CVC words. They can push a chip or tile into each box as they pronounce the letter sounds. Then they can then quickly place their finger on the dot and slide it across the arrow as
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Students roll 3-4 dice to create two numbers. They then add the numbers together on a place value grid and check their work with a calculator. An easy way to add more excitement to addition practice. Fonts By:
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Students roll a die.Next they draw the corresponding facial feature on their pumpkin. The first player to have a complete Jack-O'-Lantern is the winner.
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In this game children work on solving addition and subtraction problems through 12. Players solve an equation and then use a Bingo dabber or watercolor paints to "tie dye" the correct answer, one dot of paint at a time. The goal of the game is to
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This is a great math station activity that students can use to practice basic addition facts independently. The students roll a die and then solve a math equation in the corresponding column. The can keep rolling until all of the equations are
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This set contains cute Valentine's Day images that you can add to your digital projects or classroom printables. This pack includes 35, high-resolution png files which are set on a transparent background. A black and white version of each image is
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Students cut out the equations and then sort them by rather the written answer is true or false.
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A great independent practice activity! Students roll a die and then solve a multiplication fact located above the corresponding number. They can keep rolling until all the facts are solved or until their time is up.
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