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
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