Students work alone or in partners - roll a die and cover the corresponding coin.
Help students identify and describe various coins AND practice subitizing 1 to 6.
Hands on learning fun for math centres!
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This is a letter I use to explain Learning Skills to parents. It uses parent (and child) friendly language to explain each learning skill. I have also included the Student Self Assessment which I ask the children to fill out
Inferring can be tricky to teach! I start out with showing interesting pictures that I find on the internet (e.g., a tipped over garbage can spilling its contents on the sidewalk).
On this activity page, students can record their clues, prior
A great back to school activity to help your students get to know each other. Students draw a picture of "themselfie" (just face). On the right hand side students print their name on the top line, fill in their age and then fill in the blanks.
This activity is a great way for your students to practice their skill at drawing coin amounts. Print both pages and double side them for lots of practice drawing coins and representing different amounts