Have your students show how they feel by selecting a mouth and eyes to build a custom emoji to hang in the classroom.
These templates can be used various times of the year.
Here are some suggestions:
- Back to School
- End of the Year
- After or
A primary level number bond activity that features an adorable woodland creature and a funky, chevron background. This activity would pair great with manipulative's to represent values or use an expo marker to write them in. I recommend printing on
Perfect for centers: Four work mats for the word families -at, -am, -ag, and -ad. The mini popcorn kernels have pictures that belong to the two word families. Students will sort the picture cards onto the mats. Print on card stock and laminate for
In this woodland math set, you will receive three series of roll and cover mat activities for both independent practice (or morning work) and stations. Please review the itemized list per character for details. All print outs are in black in white!
A colorful and sweet gumball theme collection of station activities. They would be great for the first week or two of school to introduce students to station work. Additionally, I've included some elements that would be workable later in the year,
A primary level number bond activity that features an adorable woodland creature and a funky background. This activity would pair great with manipulative's to represent values or use an expo marker to write them in. I recommend printing on
With this apple numbers activity, there are two station activities and two morning worksheets.
In the first station, the student will recognize numbers represented on dice and match the dice with the number written in standard form. Use
Making problem solving fun! I've created this bat problem solving template to pair with the book Stellaluna to use the first week of October. Have students represent the problem using fun googly eyes from the craft section at Walmart or Targets $1
This is a two part activity for math stations using numbers 1-20. There are number representation cards featuring an owl. I would recommend using counters and have students place them according to the number on the card. Additionally, I’ve included
Within this burger math collection you will receive counting activities for #’s to 10: I have them broken down by teaching category. There are around 8 stations that will build over the first couple of months of school. This activity is well suited
These school supply 5 frames support learning numbers 1-5. I plan on using these images at the start of the school year within my concept development, whole group lesson. Additionally, I will use the cards for guided practice. I will show my entire
After attending a math training, I created these vertical 10-frame cards to help students during small group. The vertical direction provides a different way for students to visualize 10-frames. Also, I learned the vertical approach makes counting
Use this resource and allow students to manipulate and build sight 72 different sight words with some ice cream puzzles. Each cone has a sight word with matching color coordinated (letter) scoops. There is one letter per scoop. Once the student
A three part match series of numbers 1-10: word form, 10-frame, and standard form. Additionally, I've created subtraction and addition equation sentences. The dogs are blank because it's intended for expo use.
There is a color version and black
Suggestions for Use:Use these black and white 10-frames as morning work or print out a few color copies and stick in dry-erase sleeves for station work. Either way, this activity will serve as good practice for your primary learners throughout the
This is a Math & ELAR bundle for the first months back to school. For math, I’ve included activities for 7 different stations for numbers 1-10. Those 7 stations include:
1. Number recognition for #’s 1-10. Suggested use: pair the 1-10
This is a number mat that can be an extension of morning calendar, center time, or small group for differentiation. The focus of the mat is to provide the student with practice of number sense, comparison, ordering, and representing. I created this
I created this resource for students to compose and decompose various ways to make numbers 0-10. I plan on using this item during small group instruction to differentiate. Once the skill has been taught, the resource would be great in centers for
I created this spooky comparison (review) activity for a mini lesson on comparing numbers 1-10.
The full sheets are for my main mini lesson at the carpet. My kiddos will use comparing hand signals and counting/labeling to decide on greater than,